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  • Corus Entertainment, Google, Shaw Media Support Canadian Film Centre to Spur Development of Product Innovation in Digital Entertainment Sector
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    TORONTO, NOV. 6, 2012 – The Canadian digital production industry got a big boost today from three of Canada’s most influential media corporations with the announcement that Corus Entertainment, Google and Shaw Media are lending their support to ideaBOOST, a new accelerator program initiated by the Canadian Film Centre Media[…]

  • Budweiser rips studio over use of its images in film Flight
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    Brewing company Anheuser-Busch has asked movie studio Paramount Pictures to obscure all images of Budweiser beer in the film Flight, which is about an airline pilot who is accused of drinking and includes scenes showing him consuming alcohol. In a letter to production company Image Movers and Paramount, Robert McCarthy, the vice-president of Budweiser, said Anheuser-Busch had “no knowledge of the use or portrayal of Budweiser” before or during the film’s production and were not contacted by the studio.

  • Commemorate Remembrance Week with War Story
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    Toronto, ON – This year Canadians commemorate Remembrance Week with a remarkable new television documentary series, WAR STORY, premiering on HISTORY Thursday, November 8 at 8 pm. WAR STORY is a landmark series, featuring the personal stories of Canadians in combat, told entirely by the men and women involved. In[…]

  • Toronto ad agency pokes fun at viral video craze
    Wednesday November 07th 2012

    Toronto ad agency John St. has made a name for itself by making fun of its own industry. “Pink Ponies” mocked the overly dramatic tone of case study videos, which advocate for agencies’ campaigns at award shows. It used the same soaring music, high production values and statistical measures of success to describe its campaign for a child’s birthday party. “Catvertising” poked fun at advertising agencies’ ridiculous claims that they know where the future is headed and are positioned for the next big thing in marketing – by creating a fictional promotion for its transformation into an agency focused solely on producing online cat videos.

  • Bell Media lets 27 go from MTV Canada
    Tuesday November 06th 2012

    The last Bell Media channel to make the move from the old Masonic Temple to the company’s 299 Queen Street West base is MTV and in the process, the company announced it will eliminate 27 jobs. A total of 11 full-time and 16 contract jobs, all duplicate production positions, were eliminated with the channel’s move into its new high definition studio on QSW (which houses MuchMusic, Bravo, Space, CP24, The Marilyn Dennis Show, eTalk and other brands).

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  • Corus Entertainment, Google, Shaw Media Support Canadian Film Centre to Spur Development of Product Innovation in Digital Entertainment Sector
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    TORONTO, NOV. 6, 2012 – The Canadian digital production industry got a big boost today from three of Canada’s most influential media corporations with the announcement that Corus Entertainment, Google and Shaw Media are lending their support to ideaBOOST, a new accelerator program initiated by the Canadian Film Centre Media[…]

  • Budweiser rips studio over use of its images in film Flight
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    Brewing company Anheuser-Busch has asked movie studio Paramount Pictures to obscure all images of Budweiser beer in the film Flight, which is about an airline pilot who is accused of drinking and includes scenes showing him consuming alcohol. In a letter to production company Image Movers and Paramount, Robert McCarthy, the vice-president of Budweiser, said Anheuser-Busch had “no knowledge of the use or portrayal of Budweiser” before or during the film’s production and were not contacted by the studio.

  • Commemorate Remembrance Week with War Story
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    Toronto, ON – This year Canadians commemorate Remembrance Week with a remarkable new television documentary series, WAR STORY, premiering on HISTORY Thursday, November 8 at 8 pm. WAR STORY is a landmark series, featuring the personal stories of Canadians in combat, told entirely by the men and women involved. In[…]

  • Toronto ad agency pokes fun at viral video craze
    Wednesday November 07th 2012

    Toronto ad agency John St. has made a name for itself by making fun of its own industry. “Pink Ponies” mocked the overly dramatic tone of case study videos, which advocate for agencies’ campaigns at award shows. It used the same soaring music, high production values and statistical measures of success to describe its campaign for a child’s birthday party. “Catvertising” poked fun at advertising agencies’ ridiculous claims that they know where the future is headed and are positioned for the next big thing in marketing – by creating a fictional promotion for its transformation into an agency focused solely on producing online cat videos.

  • Bell Media lets 27 go from MTV Canada
    Tuesday November 06th 2012

    The last Bell Media channel to make the move from the old Masonic Temple to the company’s 299 Queen Street West base is MTV and in the process, the company announced it will eliminate 27 jobs. A total of 11 full-time and 16 contract jobs, all duplicate production positions, were eliminated with the channel’s move into its new high definition studio on QSW (which houses MuchMusic, Bravo, Space, CP24, The Marilyn Dennis Show, eTalk and other brands).

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Archives for: November 20125
  • Corus Entertainment, Google, Shaw Media Support Canadian Film Centre to Spur Development of Product Innovation in Digital Entertainment Sector
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    TORONTO, NOV. 6, 2012 – The Canadian digital production industry got a big boost today from three of Canada’s most influential media corporations with the announcement that Corus Entertainment, Google and Shaw Media are lending their support to ideaBOOST, a new accelerator program initiated by the Canadian Film Centre Media[…]

  • Budweiser rips studio over use of its images in film Flight
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    Brewing company Anheuser-Busch has asked movie studio Paramount Pictures to obscure all images of Budweiser beer in the film Flight, which is about an airline pilot who is accused of drinking and includes scenes showing him consuming alcohol. In a letter to production company Image Movers and Paramount, Robert McCarthy, the vice-president of Budweiser, said Anheuser-Busch had “no knowledge of the use or portrayal of Budweiser” before or during the film’s production and were not contacted by the studio.

  • Commemorate Remembrance Week with War Story
    Thursday November 08th 2012

    Toronto, ON – This year Canadians commemorate Remembrance Week with a remarkable new television documentary series, WAR STORY, premiering on HISTORY Thursday, November 8 at 8 pm. WAR STORY is a landmark series, featuring the personal stories of Canadians in combat, told entirely by the men and women involved. In[…]

  • Toronto ad agency pokes fun at viral video craze
    Wednesday November 07th 2012

    Toronto ad agency John St. has made a name for itself by making fun of its own industry. “Pink Ponies” mocked the overly dramatic tone of case study videos, which advocate for agencies’ campaigns at award shows. It used the same soaring music, high production values and statistical measures of success to describe its campaign for a child’s birthday party. “Catvertising” poked fun at advertising agencies’ ridiculous claims that they know where the future is headed and are positioned for the next big thing in marketing – by creating a fictional promotion for its transformation into an agency focused solely on producing online cat videos.

  • Bell Media lets 27 go from MTV Canada
    Tuesday November 06th 2012

    The last Bell Media channel to make the move from the old Masonic Temple to the company’s 299 Queen Street West base is MTV and in the process, the company announced it will eliminate 27 jobs. A total of 11 full-time and 16 contract jobs, all duplicate production positions, were eliminated with the channel’s move into its new high definition studio on QSW (which houses MuchMusic, Bravo, Space, CP24, The Marilyn Dennis Show, eTalk and other brands).

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