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  • UBC professor launches frightful film app
    Tuesday October 29th 2013

    This Halloween, a UBC professor has an electronic answer to fulfill your deepest horror film desires. Ernest Mathijs, a film professor at the University of British Columbia and head of UBC’s Centre for Cinema Studies, developed an app as a companion to the book he co-authored with UK-based film scholar[…]

  • Regulator wants viewers to talk about the future of Canadian television
    Tuesday October 29th 2013

    The country’s broadcast regulator wants Canadians to help it predict the future of the ever-evolving television industry. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has opened what it hopes will be a month-long dialogue among Canadians about how they watch TV. In particular, the regulator urges participants to imagine how they’d like to watch television in the future.

  • Austin Film industry expected to grow
    Monday October 28th 2013

    Sunday marks the halfway point of the 20th annual Austin Film Festival and some big names are in town. It’s no accident — state lawmakers have laid out the red carpet, hoping to lure more movie-makers here and it’s working. The line at The State Theater downtown was wrapped around[…]

  • CRTC wants viewers to weigh in on future of Canadian television
    Thursday October 24th 2013

    The country’s broadcast regulator wants Canadians to help it predict the future of the ever-evolving television industry. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has launched what it hopes will be a month-long dialogue among Canadians about how they watch TV. The CRTC is grappling with whether to regulate traditional broadcasters when they offer programming online.

  • Apple TV plays hooky again at iPad event, all eyes turn to 2014
    Tuesday October 22nd 2013

    With most eyes trained on 2014 as the year of Apple HDTV news, another Apple presentation has come and gone without word about the Cupertino, Calif. computer maker’s ambitions for the living room. As expected, Apple unveiled updated MacBook Pro laptops and next generation of its tablet, the iPad Air[…]

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Archives for: October 20135
  • UBC professor launches frightful film app
    Tuesday October 29th 2013

    This Halloween, a UBC professor has an electronic answer to fulfill your deepest horror film desires. Ernest Mathijs, a film professor at the University of British Columbia and head of UBC’s Centre for Cinema Studies, developed an app as a companion to the book he co-authored with UK-based film scholar[…]

  • Regulator wants viewers to talk about the future of Canadian television
    Tuesday October 29th 2013

    The country’s broadcast regulator wants Canadians to help it predict the future of the ever-evolving television industry. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has opened what it hopes will be a month-long dialogue among Canadians about how they watch TV. In particular, the regulator urges participants to imagine how they’d like to watch television in the future.

  • Austin Film industry expected to grow
    Monday October 28th 2013

    Sunday marks the halfway point of the 20th annual Austin Film Festival and some big names are in town. It’s no accident — state lawmakers have laid out the red carpet, hoping to lure more movie-makers here and it’s working. The line at The State Theater downtown was wrapped around[…]

  • CRTC wants viewers to weigh in on future of Canadian television
    Thursday October 24th 2013

    The country’s broadcast regulator wants Canadians to help it predict the future of the ever-evolving television industry. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has launched what it hopes will be a month-long dialogue among Canadians about how they watch TV. The CRTC is grappling with whether to regulate traditional broadcasters when they offer programming online.

  • Apple TV plays hooky again at iPad event, all eyes turn to 2014
    Tuesday October 22nd 2013

    With most eyes trained on 2014 as the year of Apple HDTV news, another Apple presentation has come and gone without word about the Cupertino, Calif. computer maker’s ambitions for the living room. As expected, Apple unveiled updated MacBook Pro laptops and next generation of its tablet, the iPad Air[…]

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Archives for: October 20135
  • UBC professor launches frightful film app
    Tuesday October 29th 2013

    This Halloween, a UBC professor has an electronic answer to fulfill your deepest horror film desires. Ernest Mathijs, a film professor at the University of British Columbia and head of UBC’s Centre for Cinema Studies, developed an app as a companion to the book he co-authored with UK-based film scholar[…]

  • Regulator wants viewers to talk about the future of Canadian television
    Tuesday October 29th 2013

    The country’s broadcast regulator wants Canadians to help it predict the future of the ever-evolving television industry. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has opened what it hopes will be a month-long dialogue among Canadians about how they watch TV. In particular, the regulator urges participants to imagine how they’d like to watch television in the future.

  • Austin Film industry expected to grow
    Monday October 28th 2013

    Sunday marks the halfway point of the 20th annual Austin Film Festival and some big names are in town. It’s no accident — state lawmakers have laid out the red carpet, hoping to lure more movie-makers here and it’s working. The line at The State Theater downtown was wrapped around[…]

  • CRTC wants viewers to weigh in on future of Canadian television
    Thursday October 24th 2013

    The country’s broadcast regulator wants Canadians to help it predict the future of the ever-evolving television industry. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has launched what it hopes will be a month-long dialogue among Canadians about how they watch TV. The CRTC is grappling with whether to regulate traditional broadcasters when they offer programming online.

  • Apple TV plays hooky again at iPad event, all eyes turn to 2014
    Tuesday October 22nd 2013

    With most eyes trained on 2014 as the year of Apple HDTV news, another Apple presentation has come and gone without word about the Cupertino, Calif. computer maker’s ambitions for the living room. As expected, Apple unveiled updated MacBook Pro laptops and next generation of its tablet, the iPad Air[…]

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