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  • CRTC to report on pick-and-pay television
    Wednesday November 13th 2013

    Canadian Heritage Minister Shelly Glover says she has asked the federal broadcast regulator to prepare a report on so-called pick-and-pay television services as a preliminary step toward putting an end to bundling channels into all-or-nothing packages. Glover said the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has until April 30 to deliver[…]

  • Pay-TV Industry Loses More Subscribers
    Tuesday November 12th 2013

    The latest subscriber numbers are likely to intensify the debate in the TV industry about the competitive impact of cheap online video services on pay television. Also likely to play into that debate are statements from some pay TV providers on Tuesday and last week that they’re seeing a growing[…]

  • Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ Creates Major Buzz at Rome Film Fest
    Monday November 11th 2013

    This was Her weekend at the Rome Film Festival. The European premiere of Spike Jonze’s Her, an unusual romantic drama about a love affair between a lonely man and a computer operating system, was the talk of the eight-year-old festival over its opening weekend, playing to full screenings and causing[…]

  • Brad Pitt war movie refuses to shut down for Remembrance Sunday
    Monday November 11th 2013

    Brad Pitt’s second world war action film Fury, currently shooting in the Oxfordshire countryside, has sparked complaints after refusing to cancel filming on Remembrance Day. According to the Daily Mirror, the parish council of nearby Watlington requested filming be suspended for the weekend, but it went ahead.

  • Stratford Festival to film productions for worldwide theatre distribution
    Thursday November 07th 2013

    Artistic director Antoni Cimolino’s long-term goal is even more ambitious: To create a DVD library of Canadian productions of all of William Shakespeare’s plays that can be used in schools across the country. “We will over the course of the next 10 to 12 years go through the entire canon,” says Cimolino, whose first season as artistic director closed last month, over the phone from London.

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Archives for: November 20135
  • CRTC to report on pick-and-pay television
    Wednesday November 13th 2013

    Canadian Heritage Minister Shelly Glover says she has asked the federal broadcast regulator to prepare a report on so-called pick-and-pay television services as a preliminary step toward putting an end to bundling channels into all-or-nothing packages. Glover said the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has until April 30 to deliver[…]

  • Pay-TV Industry Loses More Subscribers
    Tuesday November 12th 2013

    The latest subscriber numbers are likely to intensify the debate in the TV industry about the competitive impact of cheap online video services on pay television. Also likely to play into that debate are statements from some pay TV providers on Tuesday and last week that they’re seeing a growing[…]

  • Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ Creates Major Buzz at Rome Film Fest
    Monday November 11th 2013

    This was Her weekend at the Rome Film Festival. The European premiere of Spike Jonze’s Her, an unusual romantic drama about a love affair between a lonely man and a computer operating system, was the talk of the eight-year-old festival over its opening weekend, playing to full screenings and causing[…]

  • Brad Pitt war movie refuses to shut down for Remembrance Sunday
    Monday November 11th 2013

    Brad Pitt’s second world war action film Fury, currently shooting in the Oxfordshire countryside, has sparked complaints after refusing to cancel filming on Remembrance Day. According to the Daily Mirror, the parish council of nearby Watlington requested filming be suspended for the weekend, but it went ahead.

  • Stratford Festival to film productions for worldwide theatre distribution
    Thursday November 07th 2013

    Artistic director Antoni Cimolino’s long-term goal is even more ambitious: To create a DVD library of Canadian productions of all of William Shakespeare’s plays that can be used in schools across the country. “We will over the course of the next 10 to 12 years go through the entire canon,” says Cimolino, whose first season as artistic director closed last month, over the phone from London.

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Archives for: November 20135
  • CRTC to report on pick-and-pay television
    Wednesday November 13th 2013

    Canadian Heritage Minister Shelly Glover says she has asked the federal broadcast regulator to prepare a report on so-called pick-and-pay television services as a preliminary step toward putting an end to bundling channels into all-or-nothing packages. Glover said the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has until April 30 to deliver[…]

  • Pay-TV Industry Loses More Subscribers
    Tuesday November 12th 2013

    The latest subscriber numbers are likely to intensify the debate in the TV industry about the competitive impact of cheap online video services on pay television. Also likely to play into that debate are statements from some pay TV providers on Tuesday and last week that they’re seeing a growing[…]

  • Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ Creates Major Buzz at Rome Film Fest
    Monday November 11th 2013

    This was Her weekend at the Rome Film Festival. The European premiere of Spike Jonze’s Her, an unusual romantic drama about a love affair between a lonely man and a computer operating system, was the talk of the eight-year-old festival over its opening weekend, playing to full screenings and causing[…]

  • Brad Pitt war movie refuses to shut down for Remembrance Sunday
    Monday November 11th 2013

    Brad Pitt’s second world war action film Fury, currently shooting in the Oxfordshire countryside, has sparked complaints after refusing to cancel filming on Remembrance Day. According to the Daily Mirror, the parish council of nearby Watlington requested filming be suspended for the weekend, but it went ahead.

  • Stratford Festival to film productions for worldwide theatre distribution
    Thursday November 07th 2013

    Artistic director Antoni Cimolino’s long-term goal is even more ambitious: To create a DVD library of Canadian productions of all of William Shakespeare’s plays that can be used in schools across the country. “We will over the course of the next 10 to 12 years go through the entire canon,” says Cimolino, whose first season as artistic director closed last month, over the phone from London.

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