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  • Big deals getting done at Banff fest
    Monday June 10th 2013

    The money seems staggering, even by show business standards. A report by the Canada Sports Tourism Commission on the economic impact of the Banff World Media Festival in 2012 suggests deals struck during the five-day gathering totalled more than $800 million. “It was a nice big healthy number,” says festival[…]

  • Netflix among online services putting squeeze on cable TV
    Monday June 03rd 2013

    Like many Canadians, Curtis Khan leads a busy life and is not always home to watch his favourite TV shows and movies. Nor is the Richmond Hill marketing executive fond of waiting for new episodes of those shows each week and sitting through commercials. Instead, Khan, 42, is one of[…]

  • Rogers shuts down CityNews channel, parts of OMNI TV
    Monday June 03rd 2013

    Rogers Communications axed its short-lived 24-hour CityNews Channel and slashed production in some areas of its OMNI Television operations Thursday in an abrupt announcement which took viewers by surprise. A Rogers spokeswoman said the changes “impacted” 62 full-time employees in total — 23 at CityNews Channel and 39 at OMNI Television. “The impacted positions included all facets of the television industry — production, operations, writing, reporting,” said Andrea Goldstein.

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Archives for: June 20135
  • Big deals getting done at Banff fest
    Monday June 10th 2013

    The money seems staggering, even by show business standards. A report by the Canada Sports Tourism Commission on the economic impact of the Banff World Media Festival in 2012 suggests deals struck during the five-day gathering totalled more than $800 million. “It was a nice big healthy number,” says festival[…]

  • Netflix among online services putting squeeze on cable TV
    Monday June 03rd 2013

    Like many Canadians, Curtis Khan leads a busy life and is not always home to watch his favourite TV shows and movies. Nor is the Richmond Hill marketing executive fond of waiting for new episodes of those shows each week and sitting through commercials. Instead, Khan, 42, is one of[…]

  • Rogers shuts down CityNews channel, parts of OMNI TV
    Monday June 03rd 2013

    Rogers Communications axed its short-lived 24-hour CityNews Channel and slashed production in some areas of its OMNI Television operations Thursday in an abrupt announcement which took viewers by surprise. A Rogers spokeswoman said the changes “impacted” 62 full-time employees in total — 23 at CityNews Channel and 39 at OMNI Television. “The impacted positions included all facets of the television industry — production, operations, writing, reporting,” said Andrea Goldstein.

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Archives for: June 20135
  • Big deals getting done at Banff fest
    Monday June 10th 2013

    The money seems staggering, even by show business standards. A report by the Canada Sports Tourism Commission on the economic impact of the Banff World Media Festival in 2012 suggests deals struck during the five-day gathering totalled more than $800 million. “It was a nice big healthy number,” says festival[…]

  • Netflix among online services putting squeeze on cable TV
    Monday June 03rd 2013

    Like many Canadians, Curtis Khan leads a busy life and is not always home to watch his favourite TV shows and movies. Nor is the Richmond Hill marketing executive fond of waiting for new episodes of those shows each week and sitting through commercials. Instead, Khan, 42, is one of[…]

  • Rogers shuts down CityNews channel, parts of OMNI TV
    Monday June 03rd 2013

    Rogers Communications axed its short-lived 24-hour CityNews Channel and slashed production in some areas of its OMNI Television operations Thursday in an abrupt announcement which took viewers by surprise. A Rogers spokeswoman said the changes “impacted” 62 full-time employees in total — 23 at CityNews Channel and 39 at OMNI Television. “The impacted positions included all facets of the television industry — production, operations, writing, reporting,” said Andrea Goldstein.

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