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  • Tablet Television aims to be broadcasters’ go-to weapon against Aereo
    Wednesday April 09th 2014

    Seemingly just in time to save the day, the relatively low-key Tablet Television is poising itself to be the hero that broadcast networks need to deflate the ever-expanding Aereo. The project is a joint venture between Granite Broadcasting and the U.K.-based Motive Television that aims to let people watch locally broadcast television on their mobile devices. Tablet Television is slated for a summertime beta test in the San Francisco market and a tentative autumn roll-out, according to a press release.

  • MIPTV: Michael Hirsh Unveils Canadian Film and TV Finance Company
    Tuesday April 08th 2014

    Canada and film tax credits have been synonymous since the 1990s, offering a seemingly effortless way for producers to secure cost savings by making movies and TV series in the United States. But the U.S. tax credit swagger goes hand in hand with a web of lawyers, accountants and consultants working behind the scenes to help film and TV producers tap federal and provincial tax credits that aim to attract location shoots. Now Canadian cartoon veteran Michael Hirsh is shaking up the country’s interim, specialized film-lending sector by joining with corporate finance veterans Jacqueline Kelly and John Vandervelde to launch TEAM Finance Group.

  • Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney dies aged 93
    Monday April 07th 2014

    Mickey Rooney, the child actor who became the world’s top box office star, has died aged 93. Born in Brooklyn, he began his career aged 18 months in his parents’ vaudeville act, Yule and Carter, and continued filming right to the end. In a film and musical career spanning nine decades, Rooney was nominated for four Academy Awards and received two special Oscars for his body of work.

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Archives for: April 20145
  • Tablet Television aims to be broadcasters’ go-to weapon against Aereo
    Wednesday April 09th 2014

    Seemingly just in time to save the day, the relatively low-key Tablet Television is poising itself to be the hero that broadcast networks need to deflate the ever-expanding Aereo. The project is a joint venture between Granite Broadcasting and the U.K.-based Motive Television that aims to let people watch locally broadcast television on their mobile devices. Tablet Television is slated for a summertime beta test in the San Francisco market and a tentative autumn roll-out, according to a press release.

  • MIPTV: Michael Hirsh Unveils Canadian Film and TV Finance Company
    Tuesday April 08th 2014

    Canada and film tax credits have been synonymous since the 1990s, offering a seemingly effortless way for producers to secure cost savings by making movies and TV series in the United States. But the U.S. tax credit swagger goes hand in hand with a web of lawyers, accountants and consultants working behind the scenes to help film and TV producers tap federal and provincial tax credits that aim to attract location shoots. Now Canadian cartoon veteran Michael Hirsh is shaking up the country’s interim, specialized film-lending sector by joining with corporate finance veterans Jacqueline Kelly and John Vandervelde to launch TEAM Finance Group.

  • Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney dies aged 93
    Monday April 07th 2014

    Mickey Rooney, the child actor who became the world’s top box office star, has died aged 93. Born in Brooklyn, he began his career aged 18 months in his parents’ vaudeville act, Yule and Carter, and continued filming right to the end. In a film and musical career spanning nine decades, Rooney was nominated for four Academy Awards and received two special Oscars for his body of work.

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Archives for: April 20145
  • Tablet Television aims to be broadcasters’ go-to weapon against Aereo
    Wednesday April 09th 2014

    Seemingly just in time to save the day, the relatively low-key Tablet Television is poising itself to be the hero that broadcast networks need to deflate the ever-expanding Aereo. The project is a joint venture between Granite Broadcasting and the U.K.-based Motive Television that aims to let people watch locally broadcast television on their mobile devices. Tablet Television is slated for a summertime beta test in the San Francisco market and a tentative autumn roll-out, according to a press release.

  • MIPTV: Michael Hirsh Unveils Canadian Film and TV Finance Company
    Tuesday April 08th 2014

    Canada and film tax credits have been synonymous since the 1990s, offering a seemingly effortless way for producers to secure cost savings by making movies and TV series in the United States. But the U.S. tax credit swagger goes hand in hand with a web of lawyers, accountants and consultants working behind the scenes to help film and TV producers tap federal and provincial tax credits that aim to attract location shoots. Now Canadian cartoon veteran Michael Hirsh is shaking up the country’s interim, specialized film-lending sector by joining with corporate finance veterans Jacqueline Kelly and John Vandervelde to launch TEAM Finance Group.

  • Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney dies aged 93
    Monday April 07th 2014

    Mickey Rooney, the child actor who became the world’s top box office star, has died aged 93. Born in Brooklyn, he began his career aged 18 months in his parents’ vaudeville act, Yule and Carter, and continued filming right to the end. In a film and musical career spanning nine decades, Rooney was nominated for four Academy Awards and received two special Oscars for his body of work.

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