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  • For his final film, Steven Soderbergh returns to the beginning
    Tuesday May 21st 2013

    In 1989, 26-year-old Steven Soderbergh came to Cannes with his first film, about a man (James Spader) who liked to videotape women talking about their sex lives. Sex, Lies and Videotape won the Palme d’Or, launching not only his immensely productive and varied career (Traffic, Out of Sight, the Oceans movies), but also an entire American independent movie movement that flourished through the nineties.

  • Livestream Studio HD50, HD900 now shipping
    Friday May 17th 2013

    V 1.2 is available for free evaluation download and Livestream is providing free automatic updates for all existing customers. Livestream is now shipping Livestream Studio HD50 and HD900.

  • William F. White Int’l Inc. to Purchase Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd.
    Thursday May 16th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (WFW) announced that the Company has signed a letter of intent to purchase Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd. (www.technocranecanada.com) houses the largest fleet of Technocranes in the country, which is also one of the largest in the world.

  • Google’s YouTube announces paid subscription channels including Canadian kids’ TV
    Tuesday May 14th 2013

    YouTube is changing the way it does business with the launch of paid channels, and a handful of Canadians are getting in on the ground floor. Google Inc.’s site, known for its free and viral videos, has teamed up with 30 companies to pilot on-demand channels requiring a monthly subscription[…]

  • Television as we know it is fading
    Tuesday May 14th 2013

    Walt Disney’s ABC network is releasing an app that will let people live-stream its programs on devices such as tablets and smartphones, according to The New York Times. It’s the latest sign of TV’s changing face. The app, dubbed Watch ABC, will be available first to viewers in New York and Philadelphia. The company expects to bring it to the six other markets where ABC owns TV stations later this summer and is in talks to widen that to 200 more, the newspaper says.

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Archives for: May 20135
  • For his final film, Steven Soderbergh returns to the beginning
    Tuesday May 21st 2013

    In 1989, 26-year-old Steven Soderbergh came to Cannes with his first film, about a man (James Spader) who liked to videotape women talking about their sex lives. Sex, Lies and Videotape won the Palme d’Or, launching not only his immensely productive and varied career (Traffic, Out of Sight, the Oceans movies), but also an entire American independent movie movement that flourished through the nineties.

  • Livestream Studio HD50, HD900 now shipping
    Friday May 17th 2013

    V 1.2 is available for free evaluation download and Livestream is providing free automatic updates for all existing customers. Livestream is now shipping Livestream Studio HD50 and HD900.

  • William F. White Int’l Inc. to Purchase Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd.
    Thursday May 16th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (WFW) announced that the Company has signed a letter of intent to purchase Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd. (www.technocranecanada.com) houses the largest fleet of Technocranes in the country, which is also one of the largest in the world.

  • Google’s YouTube announces paid subscription channels including Canadian kids’ TV
    Tuesday May 14th 2013

    YouTube is changing the way it does business with the launch of paid channels, and a handful of Canadians are getting in on the ground floor. Google Inc.’s site, known for its free and viral videos, has teamed up with 30 companies to pilot on-demand channels requiring a monthly subscription[…]

  • Television as we know it is fading
    Tuesday May 14th 2013

    Walt Disney’s ABC network is releasing an app that will let people live-stream its programs on devices such as tablets and smartphones, according to The New York Times. It’s the latest sign of TV’s changing face. The app, dubbed Watch ABC, will be available first to viewers in New York and Philadelphia. The company expects to bring it to the six other markets where ABC owns TV stations later this summer and is in talks to widen that to 200 more, the newspaper says.

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Archives for: May 20135
  • For his final film, Steven Soderbergh returns to the beginning
    Tuesday May 21st 2013

    In 1989, 26-year-old Steven Soderbergh came to Cannes with his first film, about a man (James Spader) who liked to videotape women talking about their sex lives. Sex, Lies and Videotape won the Palme d’Or, launching not only his immensely productive and varied career (Traffic, Out of Sight, the Oceans movies), but also an entire American independent movie movement that flourished through the nineties.

  • Livestream Studio HD50, HD900 now shipping
    Friday May 17th 2013

    V 1.2 is available for free evaluation download and Livestream is providing free automatic updates for all existing customers. Livestream is now shipping Livestream Studio HD50 and HD900.

  • William F. White Int’l Inc. to Purchase Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd.
    Thursday May 16th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (WFW) announced that the Company has signed a letter of intent to purchase Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd. (www.technocranecanada.com) houses the largest fleet of Technocranes in the country, which is also one of the largest in the world.

  • Google’s YouTube announces paid subscription channels including Canadian kids’ TV
    Tuesday May 14th 2013

    YouTube is changing the way it does business with the launch of paid channels, and a handful of Canadians are getting in on the ground floor. Google Inc.’s site, known for its free and viral videos, has teamed up with 30 companies to pilot on-demand channels requiring a monthly subscription[…]

  • Television as we know it is fading
    Tuesday May 14th 2013

    Walt Disney’s ABC network is releasing an app that will let people live-stream its programs on devices such as tablets and smartphones, according to The New York Times. It’s the latest sign of TV’s changing face. The app, dubbed Watch ABC, will be available first to viewers in New York and Philadelphia. The company expects to bring it to the six other markets where ABC owns TV stations later this summer and is in talks to widen that to 200 more, the newspaper says.

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