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  • Netflix to spend $3bn on TV and film content in 2014
    Thursday February 06th 2014

    Netflix is committed to spending almost $3bn on TV and film content in 2014 and more than $6bn over the next three years, as the cost of securing international rights and commissioning new shows continues to mount on the streaming giant’s balance sheet. The US company also announced this week[…]

  • Long-awaited Calgary film studio to open in 2015
    Thursday February 06th 2014

    After years of discussions, false starts and studies, Calgary’s film industry will finally be getting a state-of-the-art studio of its own. Calgary Economic Development will oversee at $22.8-million film studio that is set to open in 2015, the provincial government announced Tuesday at a news conference at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Culture Minister Heather Klimchuk confirmed that Calgary Economic Development’s proposal beat out six others and will receive $5 million in one-time funding from the Government of Alberta to push the project ahead.

  • Why TIFF had to get tough over film premieres
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    Regular citizens who see films rather than wrestle for them may well be puzzled by the Toronto International Film Festival’s new body-slam approach to movie premieres. TIFF announced Tuesday that, beginning with this year’s Sept. 4-14 festival, the first four days – Thursday through Sunday – will be reserved for[…]

  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dead at 46: Tributes pour in for actor who died after apparent heroin overdose
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    Philip Seymour Hoffman, who won the Oscar for his portrayal of writer Truman Capote and created a gallery of slackers, charlatans and other characters so vivid that he was regarded as one of the world’s finest actors, was found dead in his apartment Sunday with what officials said was a[…]

  • Super Bowl XLVIII is highest-rated television program of all time
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    The most lopsided Super Bowl in 21 years registered the highest rating in U.S. television history Sunday night. The game was seen in an average of 46.4 percent of U.S. television households, according to Fox, via Nielsen. The ratings were boosted by a strong audience for halftime performers Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who registered 115.3 million viewers – higher totals than the 110.8 million to watch Beyonce last year or the prior record of 114.0 million set by Madonna in 2012.

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  • Netflix to spend $3bn on TV and film content in 2014
    Thursday February 06th 2014

    Netflix is committed to spending almost $3bn on TV and film content in 2014 and more than $6bn over the next three years, as the cost of securing international rights and commissioning new shows continues to mount on the streaming giant’s balance sheet. The US company also announced this week[…]

  • Long-awaited Calgary film studio to open in 2015
    Thursday February 06th 2014

    After years of discussions, false starts and studies, Calgary’s film industry will finally be getting a state-of-the-art studio of its own. Calgary Economic Development will oversee at $22.8-million film studio that is set to open in 2015, the provincial government announced Tuesday at a news conference at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Culture Minister Heather Klimchuk confirmed that Calgary Economic Development’s proposal beat out six others and will receive $5 million in one-time funding from the Government of Alberta to push the project ahead.

  • Why TIFF had to get tough over film premieres
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    Regular citizens who see films rather than wrestle for them may well be puzzled by the Toronto International Film Festival’s new body-slam approach to movie premieres. TIFF announced Tuesday that, beginning with this year’s Sept. 4-14 festival, the first four days – Thursday through Sunday – will be reserved for[…]

  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dead at 46: Tributes pour in for actor who died after apparent heroin overdose
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    Philip Seymour Hoffman, who won the Oscar for his portrayal of writer Truman Capote and created a gallery of slackers, charlatans and other characters so vivid that he was regarded as one of the world’s finest actors, was found dead in his apartment Sunday with what officials said was a[…]

  • Super Bowl XLVIII is highest-rated television program of all time
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    The most lopsided Super Bowl in 21 years registered the highest rating in U.S. television history Sunday night. The game was seen in an average of 46.4 percent of U.S. television households, according to Fox, via Nielsen. The ratings were boosted by a strong audience for halftime performers Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who registered 115.3 million viewers – higher totals than the 110.8 million to watch Beyonce last year or the prior record of 114.0 million set by Madonna in 2012.

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Archives for: February 20145
  • Netflix to spend $3bn on TV and film content in 2014
    Thursday February 06th 2014

    Netflix is committed to spending almost $3bn on TV and film content in 2014 and more than $6bn over the next three years, as the cost of securing international rights and commissioning new shows continues to mount on the streaming giant’s balance sheet. The US company also announced this week[…]

  • Long-awaited Calgary film studio to open in 2015
    Thursday February 06th 2014

    After years of discussions, false starts and studies, Calgary’s film industry will finally be getting a state-of-the-art studio of its own. Calgary Economic Development will oversee at $22.8-million film studio that is set to open in 2015, the provincial government announced Tuesday at a news conference at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Culture Minister Heather Klimchuk confirmed that Calgary Economic Development’s proposal beat out six others and will receive $5 million in one-time funding from the Government of Alberta to push the project ahead.

  • Why TIFF had to get tough over film premieres
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    Regular citizens who see films rather than wrestle for them may well be puzzled by the Toronto International Film Festival’s new body-slam approach to movie premieres. TIFF announced Tuesday that, beginning with this year’s Sept. 4-14 festival, the first four days – Thursday through Sunday – will be reserved for[…]

  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dead at 46: Tributes pour in for actor who died after apparent heroin overdose
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    Philip Seymour Hoffman, who won the Oscar for his portrayal of writer Truman Capote and created a gallery of slackers, charlatans and other characters so vivid that he was regarded as one of the world’s finest actors, was found dead in his apartment Sunday with what officials said was a[…]

  • Super Bowl XLVIII is highest-rated television program of all time
    Tuesday February 04th 2014

    The most lopsided Super Bowl in 21 years registered the highest rating in U.S. television history Sunday night. The game was seen in an average of 46.4 percent of U.S. television households, according to Fox, via Nielsen. The ratings were boosted by a strong audience for halftime performers Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who registered 115.3 million viewers – higher totals than the 110.8 million to watch Beyonce last year or the prior record of 114.0 million set by Madonna in 2012.

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