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  • Insight Productions Introduces Groundbreaking Original Comedy Project America, Eh!
    Monday April 29th 2013

    TORONTO, April 29, 2013 /CNW/ – Toronto-based Insight Productions is launching an all new multi-screen enterprise that aims to assemble Canada’s best comedic talent for the sole purpose of making fun of that never-ceasing amusement park to the south: America. America, Eh! is a 360 degree media concept that will[…]

  • TV providers tell CRTC to reject bids for mandatory carriage
    Monday April 29th 2013

    Some of the country’s largest cable and satellite TV providers are urging the federal telecommunications regulator to reject a number of channels that are vying for guaranteed spots on the dial.
    Shaw Communications and Rogers Communications oppose what is known as mandatory carriage, which would force them to include the channels on their basic cable and satellite packages.

  • Kirstine Stewart leaves CBC to head up Twitter Canada
    Monday April 29th 2013

    Kirstine Stewart’s first job was delivering newspapers. Her last job was vice president of CBC’s English language services. Her new job is heading up Twitter Canada. From print, to broadcast, to social media, Stewart has been at the forefront of change. As the first Twitter Canada employee of the California-based[…]

  • Heartland and Hell on Wheels lead nominations for Alberta Film and Television Awards
    Thursday April 25th 2013

    CBC’s long-running family drama Heartland, AMC’s violent western Hell on Wheels and an indie coming-of-age film about a teenage vampire garnered the most nominations for the 2013 Alberta Film and Television Awards. The nominees were announced at twin press conferences in Calgary and Edmonton Wednesday morning, but it is Calgary-based[…]

  • Actor Zach Braff launches online Kickstarter campaign to fund film
    Thursday April 25th 2013

    Since directing Garden State, Zach Braff has continually prepared music in an iTunes playlist titled, “For Next Movie.” Nine years and hundreds of saved songs later, Braff hopes he’s finally making his follow-up to Garden State – if his fans can help. On Wednesday, in the wake of the enormously successful Veronica Mars Kickstarter campaign, the Scrubs star launched a crowd-funding campaign to make his next movie.

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Archives for: April 20135
  • Insight Productions Introduces Groundbreaking Original Comedy Project America, Eh!
    Monday April 29th 2013

    TORONTO, April 29, 2013 /CNW/ – Toronto-based Insight Productions is launching an all new multi-screen enterprise that aims to assemble Canada’s best comedic talent for the sole purpose of making fun of that never-ceasing amusement park to the south: America. America, Eh! is a 360 degree media concept that will[…]

  • TV providers tell CRTC to reject bids for mandatory carriage
    Monday April 29th 2013

    Some of the country’s largest cable and satellite TV providers are urging the federal telecommunications regulator to reject a number of channels that are vying for guaranteed spots on the dial.
    Shaw Communications and Rogers Communications oppose what is known as mandatory carriage, which would force them to include the channels on their basic cable and satellite packages.

  • Kirstine Stewart leaves CBC to head up Twitter Canada
    Monday April 29th 2013

    Kirstine Stewart’s first job was delivering newspapers. Her last job was vice president of CBC’s English language services. Her new job is heading up Twitter Canada. From print, to broadcast, to social media, Stewart has been at the forefront of change. As the first Twitter Canada employee of the California-based[…]

  • Heartland and Hell on Wheels lead nominations for Alberta Film and Television Awards
    Thursday April 25th 2013

    CBC’s long-running family drama Heartland, AMC’s violent western Hell on Wheels and an indie coming-of-age film about a teenage vampire garnered the most nominations for the 2013 Alberta Film and Television Awards. The nominees were announced at twin press conferences in Calgary and Edmonton Wednesday morning, but it is Calgary-based[…]

  • Actor Zach Braff launches online Kickstarter campaign to fund film
    Thursday April 25th 2013

    Since directing Garden State, Zach Braff has continually prepared music in an iTunes playlist titled, “For Next Movie.” Nine years and hundreds of saved songs later, Braff hopes he’s finally making his follow-up to Garden State – if his fans can help. On Wednesday, in the wake of the enormously successful Veronica Mars Kickstarter campaign, the Scrubs star launched a crowd-funding campaign to make his next movie.

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Archives for: April 20135
  • Insight Productions Introduces Groundbreaking Original Comedy Project America, Eh!
    Monday April 29th 2013

    TORONTO, April 29, 2013 /CNW/ – Toronto-based Insight Productions is launching an all new multi-screen enterprise that aims to assemble Canada’s best comedic talent for the sole purpose of making fun of that never-ceasing amusement park to the south: America. America, Eh! is a 360 degree media concept that will[…]

  • TV providers tell CRTC to reject bids for mandatory carriage
    Monday April 29th 2013

    Some of the country’s largest cable and satellite TV providers are urging the federal telecommunications regulator to reject a number of channels that are vying for guaranteed spots on the dial.
    Shaw Communications and Rogers Communications oppose what is known as mandatory carriage, which would force them to include the channels on their basic cable and satellite packages.

  • Kirstine Stewart leaves CBC to head up Twitter Canada
    Monday April 29th 2013

    Kirstine Stewart’s first job was delivering newspapers. Her last job was vice president of CBC’s English language services. Her new job is heading up Twitter Canada. From print, to broadcast, to social media, Stewart has been at the forefront of change. As the first Twitter Canada employee of the California-based[…]

  • Heartland and Hell on Wheels lead nominations for Alberta Film and Television Awards
    Thursday April 25th 2013

    CBC’s long-running family drama Heartland, AMC’s violent western Hell on Wheels and an indie coming-of-age film about a teenage vampire garnered the most nominations for the 2013 Alberta Film and Television Awards. The nominees were announced at twin press conferences in Calgary and Edmonton Wednesday morning, but it is Calgary-based[…]

  • Actor Zach Braff launches online Kickstarter campaign to fund film
    Thursday April 25th 2013

    Since directing Garden State, Zach Braff has continually prepared music in an iTunes playlist titled, “For Next Movie.” Nine years and hundreds of saved songs later, Braff hopes he’s finally making his follow-up to Garden State – if his fans can help. On Wednesday, in the wake of the enormously successful Veronica Mars Kickstarter campaign, the Scrubs star launched a crowd-funding campaign to make his next movie.

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