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  • Cinema owners call for shorter movie trailers to avoid spoilers
    Thursday January 30th 2014

    Trailers could be getting shorter, as cinema owners have demanded that they give fewer plot details away and air nearer to release dates. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the executive board of the National Association of Theater Owners (Nato), the body set up to represent US cinemas’ interests, has issued[…]

  • Whites Digital Hosts 13th Annual February Freeze
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    Now in its 13th year, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together production professionals with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s newest and largest world-class production support complex, William F. White Centre, on February 4th 2014.

  • Codes Pro Media announces online store launch with over 100,000 products
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    Codes Pro Media has supported the Film and Television industry in Toronto since 1994 and have announced the next step in their evolution: a massive online store. Click “Shop Now” at the address linked above to find over 100,000 products – from hard drives, networking supplies, displays, to computer accessories, ink,[…]

  • SIM Technology showcase
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    SIM is putting a Vegas spin on their 9th annual SIM Technology Showcase. They’ve got a full house of experts to presents some of today’s most advanced production equipment and workflow systems. You’ll find everything from the latest in capture, lighting, post and specialty gear on display plus cast in on new solutions to help you get the most out of these tools on your next production.

  • Google video quality test debuts for Canadian market
    Tuesday January 28th 2014

    Google Inc. has launched a video performance-grading system, describing the feature as a tool to give users a clearer picture of how their internet service providers (ISPs) are serving them based on YouTube playback. The new Video Quality Report service is first available to Canadians, but will eventually expand to[…]

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Archives for: January 20145
  • Cinema owners call for shorter movie trailers to avoid spoilers
    Thursday January 30th 2014

    Trailers could be getting shorter, as cinema owners have demanded that they give fewer plot details away and air nearer to release dates. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the executive board of the National Association of Theater Owners (Nato), the body set up to represent US cinemas’ interests, has issued[…]

  • Whites Digital Hosts 13th Annual February Freeze
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    Now in its 13th year, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together production professionals with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s newest and largest world-class production support complex, William F. White Centre, on February 4th 2014.

  • Codes Pro Media announces online store launch with over 100,000 products
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    Codes Pro Media has supported the Film and Television industry in Toronto since 1994 and have announced the next step in their evolution: a massive online store. Click “Shop Now” at the address linked above to find over 100,000 products – from hard drives, networking supplies, displays, to computer accessories, ink,[…]

  • SIM Technology showcase
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    SIM is putting a Vegas spin on their 9th annual SIM Technology Showcase. They’ve got a full house of experts to presents some of today’s most advanced production equipment and workflow systems. You’ll find everything from the latest in capture, lighting, post and specialty gear on display plus cast in on new solutions to help you get the most out of these tools on your next production.

  • Google video quality test debuts for Canadian market
    Tuesday January 28th 2014

    Google Inc. has launched a video performance-grading system, describing the feature as a tool to give users a clearer picture of how their internet service providers (ISPs) are serving them based on YouTube playback. The new Video Quality Report service is first available to Canadians, but will eventually expand to[…]

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Archives for: January 20145
  • Cinema owners call for shorter movie trailers to avoid spoilers
    Thursday January 30th 2014

    Trailers could be getting shorter, as cinema owners have demanded that they give fewer plot details away and air nearer to release dates. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the executive board of the National Association of Theater Owners (Nato), the body set up to represent US cinemas’ interests, has issued[…]

  • Whites Digital Hosts 13th Annual February Freeze
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    Now in its 13th year, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together production professionals with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s newest and largest world-class production support complex, William F. White Centre, on February 4th 2014.

  • Codes Pro Media announces online store launch with over 100,000 products
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    Codes Pro Media has supported the Film and Television industry in Toronto since 1994 and have announced the next step in their evolution: a massive online store. Click “Shop Now” at the address linked above to find over 100,000 products – from hard drives, networking supplies, displays, to computer accessories, ink,[…]

  • SIM Technology showcase
    Wednesday January 29th 2014

    SIM is putting a Vegas spin on their 9th annual SIM Technology Showcase. They’ve got a full house of experts to presents some of today’s most advanced production equipment and workflow systems. You’ll find everything from the latest in capture, lighting, post and specialty gear on display plus cast in on new solutions to help you get the most out of these tools on your next production.

  • Google video quality test debuts for Canadian market
    Tuesday January 28th 2014

    Google Inc. has launched a video performance-grading system, describing the feature as a tool to give users a clearer picture of how their internet service providers (ISPs) are serving them based on YouTube playback. The new Video Quality Report service is first available to Canadians, but will eventually expand to[…]

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