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  • Seth MacFarlane considers repeat Oscars performance
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Seth MacFarlane, the comic actor and director whose Oscars hosting stint was dubbed the “meanest in history” is mulling considering a repeat performance in 2014, according to Deadline. MacFarlane, whose jokes about female nudity, domestic violence and Jews in Hollywood led to condemnation from many commentators, had previously said he[…]

  • Two Canadian entries make list of top 50 influential TV shows
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Two Canadian shows – The Kids of DeGrassi and Murdoch Mysteries – have made the top 50 The Wit’s list of influential television programming. But the list compiled by the Swiss-based company, which specializes in research and information on television, has a gaping hole. Because the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)[…]

  • Toronto’s film industry spending up 5.9% to $1.2B in 2012
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Spending on Toronto’s film industry topped the billion-dollar mark for the second straight year and is “poised for future growth,” according to a new report by the city’s general manager of Economic Development and Culture. The 2012 Year in Review was submitted to the city’s Economic Development Committee and highlighted the industry’s continued success and resiliency. “This important sector…employs 25,000 full-time workers. It is linked to the education sector through training and incubation at the colleges and universities,” the report said.

  • Quebec filmmaker headed to Cannes Film Festival
    Thursday April 18th 2013

    Quebec filmmaker Chloe Robichaud says she’s thrilled and grateful to learn her first feature is headed to the Cannes Film Festival. Robichaud’s dramedy “Sarah Prefers to Run” (“Sarah Prefere La Course”) will compete in the prestigious “Un Certain Regard” program. At 25, the young filmmaker is already a veteran of the Croisette.

  • More Cracks Undermine the Citadel of TV Profits
    Tuesday April 16th 2013

    For the longest time in the media business, the concept of the bundle has been foundational. Ads go with editorial content in print, commercials go with programming on television and the channels you desire are paired with ones you did not in your cable package.

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Archives for: April 20135
  • Seth MacFarlane considers repeat Oscars performance
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Seth MacFarlane, the comic actor and director whose Oscars hosting stint was dubbed the “meanest in history” is mulling considering a repeat performance in 2014, according to Deadline. MacFarlane, whose jokes about female nudity, domestic violence and Jews in Hollywood led to condemnation from many commentators, had previously said he[…]

  • Two Canadian entries make list of top 50 influential TV shows
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Two Canadian shows – The Kids of DeGrassi and Murdoch Mysteries – have made the top 50 The Wit’s list of influential television programming. But the list compiled by the Swiss-based company, which specializes in research and information on television, has a gaping hole. Because the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)[…]

  • Toronto’s film industry spending up 5.9% to $1.2B in 2012
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Spending on Toronto’s film industry topped the billion-dollar mark for the second straight year and is “poised for future growth,” according to a new report by the city’s general manager of Economic Development and Culture. The 2012 Year in Review was submitted to the city’s Economic Development Committee and highlighted the industry’s continued success and resiliency. “This important sector…employs 25,000 full-time workers. It is linked to the education sector through training and incubation at the colleges and universities,” the report said.

  • Quebec filmmaker headed to Cannes Film Festival
    Thursday April 18th 2013

    Quebec filmmaker Chloe Robichaud says she’s thrilled and grateful to learn her first feature is headed to the Cannes Film Festival. Robichaud’s dramedy “Sarah Prefers to Run” (“Sarah Prefere La Course”) will compete in the prestigious “Un Certain Regard” program. At 25, the young filmmaker is already a veteran of the Croisette.

  • More Cracks Undermine the Citadel of TV Profits
    Tuesday April 16th 2013

    For the longest time in the media business, the concept of the bundle has been foundational. Ads go with editorial content in print, commercials go with programming on television and the channels you desire are paired with ones you did not in your cable package.

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Archives for: April 20135
  • Seth MacFarlane considers repeat Oscars performance
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Seth MacFarlane, the comic actor and director whose Oscars hosting stint was dubbed the “meanest in history” is mulling considering a repeat performance in 2014, according to Deadline. MacFarlane, whose jokes about female nudity, domestic violence and Jews in Hollywood led to condemnation from many commentators, had previously said he[…]

  • Two Canadian entries make list of top 50 influential TV shows
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Two Canadian shows – The Kids of DeGrassi and Murdoch Mysteries – have made the top 50 The Wit’s list of influential television programming. But the list compiled by the Swiss-based company, which specializes in research and information on television, has a gaping hole. Because the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)[…]

  • Toronto’s film industry spending up 5.9% to $1.2B in 2012
    Tuesday April 23rd 2013

    Spending on Toronto’s film industry topped the billion-dollar mark for the second straight year and is “poised for future growth,” according to a new report by the city’s general manager of Economic Development and Culture. The 2012 Year in Review was submitted to the city’s Economic Development Committee and highlighted the industry’s continued success and resiliency. “This important sector…employs 25,000 full-time workers. It is linked to the education sector through training and incubation at the colleges and universities,” the report said.

  • Quebec filmmaker headed to Cannes Film Festival
    Thursday April 18th 2013

    Quebec filmmaker Chloe Robichaud says she’s thrilled and grateful to learn her first feature is headed to the Cannes Film Festival. Robichaud’s dramedy “Sarah Prefers to Run” (“Sarah Prefere La Course”) will compete in the prestigious “Un Certain Regard” program. At 25, the young filmmaker is already a veteran of the Croisette.

  • More Cracks Undermine the Citadel of TV Profits
    Tuesday April 16th 2013

    For the longest time in the media business, the concept of the bundle has been foundational. Ads go with editorial content in print, commercials go with programming on television and the channels you desire are paired with ones you did not in your cable package.

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