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  • Weinstein Company May Boost Film Distribution From $50 Million Fund
    Thursday November 21st 2013

    Harvey Weinstein may be distributing more films, thanks to a distribution deal with newly formed Catalina Capital and its $50 million film finance fund. The Weinstein Company will have a first look option on domestic distribution and international sales on Catalina funded projects.. The fund has already selected its first project,[…]

  • Ford Nation TV show cancelled after one episode
    Wednesday November 20th 2013

    Less than 24 hours after Ford Nation’s record-breaking premiere, Sun News has cancelled the show, hosted by embattled Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug. Sun News Network vice-president Kory Teneycke confirmed Tuesday that the show was cancelled, after only one episode. Ford Nation was the “biggest night ever for[…]

  • Cable Television Still Popular With Canadians, Say Analysts
    Tuesday November 19th 2013

    Watching television on the Internet is cheap and convenient, but so far only a small number of Canadians have cut the cord on traditional viewing as TV providers offer discount prices and spend more on programs to keep customers who pay bigger monthly bills. The death of traditional TV watching has been exaggerated so far, say analysts who track viewing habits. “The truth of the matter is the revolution hasn’t come,” said Brahm Eiley of the Convergence Consulting Group in Toronto.

  • How video games are transforming the film industry
    Monday November 18th 2013

    Amid the debate about television stealing the film industry’s thunder, another entertainment form has crept up unnoticed, further threatening Hollywood’s creative hegemony: video games. With a new, much more powerful generation of games consoles poised to arrive – Microsoft’s Xbox One goes on sale on Friday, with Sony’s PlayStation 4 due a week later – the games companies reckon they finally have the ammunition to shake off the perception that their digital epics are inferior to movies.

  • Sun News Network just gave Rob and Doug Ford their own television show
    Friday November 15th 2013

    When the media closes a door, sometimes it opens a window. NewsTalk 1010 ended the Rob and Doug Ford’s weekly radio show last week, sensibly realizing that the risks of giving the increasingly unpredictable brothers unfettered access to the airwaves outweighed the rewards. Apparently, the Sun News Network has no such qualms – despite the mayor’s recent history of shudder-inducing soundbites.

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Archives for: November 20135
  • Weinstein Company May Boost Film Distribution From $50 Million Fund
    Thursday November 21st 2013

    Harvey Weinstein may be distributing more films, thanks to a distribution deal with newly formed Catalina Capital and its $50 million film finance fund. The Weinstein Company will have a first look option on domestic distribution and international sales on Catalina funded projects.. The fund has already selected its first project,[…]

  • Ford Nation TV show cancelled after one episode
    Wednesday November 20th 2013

    Less than 24 hours after Ford Nation’s record-breaking premiere, Sun News has cancelled the show, hosted by embattled Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug. Sun News Network vice-president Kory Teneycke confirmed Tuesday that the show was cancelled, after only one episode. Ford Nation was the “biggest night ever for[…]

  • Cable Television Still Popular With Canadians, Say Analysts
    Tuesday November 19th 2013

    Watching television on the Internet is cheap and convenient, but so far only a small number of Canadians have cut the cord on traditional viewing as TV providers offer discount prices and spend more on programs to keep customers who pay bigger monthly bills. The death of traditional TV watching has been exaggerated so far, say analysts who track viewing habits. “The truth of the matter is the revolution hasn’t come,” said Brahm Eiley of the Convergence Consulting Group in Toronto.

  • How video games are transforming the film industry
    Monday November 18th 2013

    Amid the debate about television stealing the film industry’s thunder, another entertainment form has crept up unnoticed, further threatening Hollywood’s creative hegemony: video games. With a new, much more powerful generation of games consoles poised to arrive – Microsoft’s Xbox One goes on sale on Friday, with Sony’s PlayStation 4 due a week later – the games companies reckon they finally have the ammunition to shake off the perception that their digital epics are inferior to movies.

  • Sun News Network just gave Rob and Doug Ford their own television show
    Friday November 15th 2013

    When the media closes a door, sometimes it opens a window. NewsTalk 1010 ended the Rob and Doug Ford’s weekly radio show last week, sensibly realizing that the risks of giving the increasingly unpredictable brothers unfettered access to the airwaves outweighed the rewards. Apparently, the Sun News Network has no such qualms – despite the mayor’s recent history of shudder-inducing soundbites.

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Archives for: November 20135
  • Weinstein Company May Boost Film Distribution From $50 Million Fund
    Thursday November 21st 2013

    Harvey Weinstein may be distributing more films, thanks to a distribution deal with newly formed Catalina Capital and its $50 million film finance fund. The Weinstein Company will have a first look option on domestic distribution and international sales on Catalina funded projects.. The fund has already selected its first project,[…]

  • Ford Nation TV show cancelled after one episode
    Wednesday November 20th 2013

    Less than 24 hours after Ford Nation’s record-breaking premiere, Sun News has cancelled the show, hosted by embattled Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug. Sun News Network vice-president Kory Teneycke confirmed Tuesday that the show was cancelled, after only one episode. Ford Nation was the “biggest night ever for[…]

  • Cable Television Still Popular With Canadians, Say Analysts
    Tuesday November 19th 2013

    Watching television on the Internet is cheap and convenient, but so far only a small number of Canadians have cut the cord on traditional viewing as TV providers offer discount prices and spend more on programs to keep customers who pay bigger monthly bills. The death of traditional TV watching has been exaggerated so far, say analysts who track viewing habits. “The truth of the matter is the revolution hasn’t come,” said Brahm Eiley of the Convergence Consulting Group in Toronto.

  • How video games are transforming the film industry
    Monday November 18th 2013

    Amid the debate about television stealing the film industry’s thunder, another entertainment form has crept up unnoticed, further threatening Hollywood’s creative hegemony: video games. With a new, much more powerful generation of games consoles poised to arrive – Microsoft’s Xbox One goes on sale on Friday, with Sony’s PlayStation 4 due a week later – the games companies reckon they finally have the ammunition to shake off the perception that their digital epics are inferior to movies.

  • Sun News Network just gave Rob and Doug Ford their own television show
    Friday November 15th 2013

    When the media closes a door, sometimes it opens a window. NewsTalk 1010 ended the Rob and Doug Ford’s weekly radio show last week, sensibly realizing that the risks of giving the increasingly unpredictable brothers unfettered access to the airwaves outweighed the rewards. Apparently, the Sun News Network has no such qualms – despite the mayor’s recent history of shudder-inducing soundbites.

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