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  • Clairmont Camera Toronto Open House
    Monday May 26th 2014

    Please join Clairmont Camera and strategic partners William F. White Intl. & Deluxe for a spring open house. Enjoy cocktails, food, and merriment and see the latest in lighting gear as well as the post tools Mobilabs and Colorstream. Thursday May 29 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 16 Overlea Blvd.[…]

  • What Television Will Look Like in 2025, According to Netflix
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    In the future, Netflix will know exactly what you want to watch, even before you do. You won’t have to spend all that time browsing through endless lists of shows on your television. That’s according to Neil Hunt, Netflix’s chief product officer. It’s just one of many predictions for the future of TV that the forward-thinking executive laid out on stage today at New York City’s Internet Week conference, and no one would be surprised if all that came to fruition. If there’s one company that knows about changing the way we watch TV shows and movies, it’s Netflix. From its humble origins as a DVD-by-mail outfit back in 1997 to its current status as a video streaming powerhouse and original content creator, Netflix has already overturned the status quo more than once.

  • Bell Media and Telefilm Canada Announce Corner Gas: The Movie
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    Bell Media, Telefilm Canada and Executive Producers Brent Butt, Virginia Thompson and David Storey announced today Corner Gas: The Movie, a 90-minute feature film to be distributed on multiple screens across Canada this holiday season. The landmark film opens with an exclusive Cineplex Front Row Centre Events theatrical debut, followed[…]

  • Boos, bad reviews at Cannes for Atom Egoyan’s new film
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    Ryan Reynolds’ new movie The Captive premiered last week at the Cannes film festival to a chorus of boos and scathing reviews. The Captive, directed by Toronto’s Atom Egoyan and filmed last year in Ontario, is about parents (Reynolds and Mireille Enos) searching for their daughter kidnapped by a pedophile[…]

  • AT&T and DirecTV: a new force in the US television industry
    Tuesday May 20th 2014

    AT&T just confirmed it has agreed to buy satellite TV business DirecTV for $48.5 billion (or $67.1 billion when you include the debt it will assume as part of the deal). Assuming regulators approve the deal, that will make America’s oldest telecommunications company, founded in 1885, a serious force in[…]

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Archives for: May 20145
  • Clairmont Camera Toronto Open House
    Monday May 26th 2014

    Please join Clairmont Camera and strategic partners William F. White Intl. & Deluxe for a spring open house. Enjoy cocktails, food, and merriment and see the latest in lighting gear as well as the post tools Mobilabs and Colorstream. Thursday May 29 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 16 Overlea Blvd.[…]

  • What Television Will Look Like in 2025, According to Netflix
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    In the future, Netflix will know exactly what you want to watch, even before you do. You won’t have to spend all that time browsing through endless lists of shows on your television. That’s according to Neil Hunt, Netflix’s chief product officer. It’s just one of many predictions for the future of TV that the forward-thinking executive laid out on stage today at New York City’s Internet Week conference, and no one would be surprised if all that came to fruition. If there’s one company that knows about changing the way we watch TV shows and movies, it’s Netflix. From its humble origins as a DVD-by-mail outfit back in 1997 to its current status as a video streaming powerhouse and original content creator, Netflix has already overturned the status quo more than once.

  • Bell Media and Telefilm Canada Announce Corner Gas: The Movie
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    Bell Media, Telefilm Canada and Executive Producers Brent Butt, Virginia Thompson and David Storey announced today Corner Gas: The Movie, a 90-minute feature film to be distributed on multiple screens across Canada this holiday season. The landmark film opens with an exclusive Cineplex Front Row Centre Events theatrical debut, followed[…]

  • Boos, bad reviews at Cannes for Atom Egoyan’s new film
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    Ryan Reynolds’ new movie The Captive premiered last week at the Cannes film festival to a chorus of boos and scathing reviews. The Captive, directed by Toronto’s Atom Egoyan and filmed last year in Ontario, is about parents (Reynolds and Mireille Enos) searching for their daughter kidnapped by a pedophile[…]

  • AT&T and DirecTV: a new force in the US television industry
    Tuesday May 20th 2014

    AT&T just confirmed it has agreed to buy satellite TV business DirecTV for $48.5 billion (or $67.1 billion when you include the debt it will assume as part of the deal). Assuming regulators approve the deal, that will make America’s oldest telecommunications company, founded in 1885, a serious force in[…]

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Archives for: May 20145
  • Clairmont Camera Toronto Open House
    Monday May 26th 2014

    Please join Clairmont Camera and strategic partners William F. White Intl. & Deluxe for a spring open house. Enjoy cocktails, food, and merriment and see the latest in lighting gear as well as the post tools Mobilabs and Colorstream. Thursday May 29 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 16 Overlea Blvd.[…]

  • What Television Will Look Like in 2025, According to Netflix
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    In the future, Netflix will know exactly what you want to watch, even before you do. You won’t have to spend all that time browsing through endless lists of shows on your television. That’s according to Neil Hunt, Netflix’s chief product officer. It’s just one of many predictions for the future of TV that the forward-thinking executive laid out on stage today at New York City’s Internet Week conference, and no one would be surprised if all that came to fruition. If there’s one company that knows about changing the way we watch TV shows and movies, it’s Netflix. From its humble origins as a DVD-by-mail outfit back in 1997 to its current status as a video streaming powerhouse and original content creator, Netflix has already overturned the status quo more than once.

  • Bell Media and Telefilm Canada Announce Corner Gas: The Movie
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    Bell Media, Telefilm Canada and Executive Producers Brent Butt, Virginia Thompson and David Storey announced today Corner Gas: The Movie, a 90-minute feature film to be distributed on multiple screens across Canada this holiday season. The landmark film opens with an exclusive Cineplex Front Row Centre Events theatrical debut, followed[…]

  • Boos, bad reviews at Cannes for Atom Egoyan’s new film
    Wednesday May 21st 2014

    Ryan Reynolds’ new movie The Captive premiered last week at the Cannes film festival to a chorus of boos and scathing reviews. The Captive, directed by Toronto’s Atom Egoyan and filmed last year in Ontario, is about parents (Reynolds and Mireille Enos) searching for their daughter kidnapped by a pedophile[…]

  • AT&T and DirecTV: a new force in the US television industry
    Tuesday May 20th 2014

    AT&T just confirmed it has agreed to buy satellite TV business DirecTV for $48.5 billion (or $67.1 billion when you include the debt it will assume as part of the deal). Assuming regulators approve the deal, that will make America’s oldest telecommunications company, founded in 1885, a serious force in[…]

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