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  • Canadians get set to invade Cannes film fest
    Monday May 05th 2014

    Canada is going to the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival with pride, with swagger and with its flag held high at the world’s most prestigious film festival. Cannes launched in 1946 but never before has the Great White North been so prominent on the French Riviera. In addition to a clutch of shorts and features in various showcases, three major Canadian films are screening in the official competition. This is a first.

  • Why specialty TV’s profitable days may be numbered in Canada
    Friday May 02nd 2014

    Canadian specialty channels had a good year in 2013, but the days of climbing revenues from subscription fees could be numbered as the country’s television business prepares for a shift to a la carte packaging. Revenues for specialty and pay TV services surpassed $4-billion for the first time last year,[…]

  • Canadian Film Day rallies audiences behind domestic movies
    Thursday May 01st 2014

    When’s the last time you saw a Canadian film? That’s a key question and the main impetus behind National Canadian Film Day, a cross-Canada event designed to celebrate and shine a light on the country’s struggling movie industry. There are myriad reasons why Canadians, for the most part, aren’t watching[…]

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  • Canadians get set to invade Cannes film fest
    Monday May 05th 2014

    Canada is going to the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival with pride, with swagger and with its flag held high at the world’s most prestigious film festival. Cannes launched in 1946 but never before has the Great White North been so prominent on the French Riviera. In addition to a clutch of shorts and features in various showcases, three major Canadian films are screening in the official competition. This is a first.

  • Why specialty TV’s profitable days may be numbered in Canada
    Friday May 02nd 2014

    Canadian specialty channels had a good year in 2013, but the days of climbing revenues from subscription fees could be numbered as the country’s television business prepares for a shift to a la carte packaging. Revenues for specialty and pay TV services surpassed $4-billion for the first time last year,[…]

  • Canadian Film Day rallies audiences behind domestic movies
    Thursday May 01st 2014

    When’s the last time you saw a Canadian film? That’s a key question and the main impetus behind National Canadian Film Day, a cross-Canada event designed to celebrate and shine a light on the country’s struggling movie industry. There are myriad reasons why Canadians, for the most part, aren’t watching[…]

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Archives for: May 20145
  • Canadians get set to invade Cannes film fest
    Monday May 05th 2014

    Canada is going to the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival with pride, with swagger and with its flag held high at the world’s most prestigious film festival. Cannes launched in 1946 but never before has the Great White North been so prominent on the French Riviera. In addition to a clutch of shorts and features in various showcases, three major Canadian films are screening in the official competition. This is a first.

  • Why specialty TV’s profitable days may be numbered in Canada
    Friday May 02nd 2014

    Canadian specialty channels had a good year in 2013, but the days of climbing revenues from subscription fees could be numbered as the country’s television business prepares for a shift to a la carte packaging. Revenues for specialty and pay TV services surpassed $4-billion for the first time last year,[…]

  • Canadian Film Day rallies audiences behind domestic movies
    Thursday May 01st 2014

    When’s the last time you saw a Canadian film? That’s a key question and the main impetus behind National Canadian Film Day, a cross-Canada event designed to celebrate and shine a light on the country’s struggling movie industry. There are myriad reasons why Canadians, for the most part, aren’t watching[…]

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