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  • SIM Group Merges with Hollywood’s Chainsaw
    Friday June 27th 2014

    SIM Group has announced that we have recently finalized an agreement to join forces with Chainsaw, one of Hollywood’s most successful independent post-production facilities. The company, which was founded in 1996 by Bill DeRonde (who was later joined by Mike Polito), is best known for working with renowned productions including The Academy Awards, American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance.

  • Bell Media cutting 120 television jobs in Toronto
    Tuesday June 24th 2014

    Tough times continue in Toronto’s broadcasting industry, with Bell Media announcing plans to cut up to 120 jobs in its Toronto television operations. That’s about 5 per cent of its Toronto area workforce and nearly 2 per cent of its national team. Bell Media, a unit of telecom and media giant BCE Inc., informed the Federal Ministry of Labour of the coming job cuts and posted a workplace notice on Monday.

  • Canadians still watch commercial TV most of all video: study
    Tuesday June 17th 2014

    A study released by the Television Bureau of Canada shows that commercial television is still the dominant video-viewing choice amongst adult Canadians (18+). According to the study, which was conducted online by Ipsos Reid MediaCT, 83 per cent of Canadian adults spend their video-viewing time watching commercial television, while only five per cent spend time watching non-commercial TV content, such as Netflix. The study also found that 12 per cent of Canadian adults watch content in what is called the ‘Grey Zone.’ This is content on YouTube, DVD, social media and from peer-to-peer services.

  • St. Catharines director launches new film fest
    Tuesday June 17th 2014

    Mike Enns never set out to be a filmmaker. He only goes to the movie theatre once or twice a year. Film school? Don’t make him laugh. He’s much more interested in music, playing bass in Niagara band Generation Train. So he finds himself in a state of disbelief this[…]

  • New Indo-Canada treaty will boost local film industry
    Monday June 16th 2014

    Local professionals associated with art, production and film industry hoped the new ‘Audiovisual Corporation Treaty’ between Canada and India will open up the Bollywood market to Canadian filmmakers on a larger scale. The federal government announced that the Audiovisual Corporation Treaty between Canada and India will enter into force on[…]

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  • SIM Group Merges with Hollywood’s Chainsaw
    Friday June 27th 2014

    SIM Group has announced that we have recently finalized an agreement to join forces with Chainsaw, one of Hollywood’s most successful independent post-production facilities. The company, which was founded in 1996 by Bill DeRonde (who was later joined by Mike Polito), is best known for working with renowned productions including The Academy Awards, American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance.

  • Bell Media cutting 120 television jobs in Toronto
    Tuesday June 24th 2014

    Tough times continue in Toronto’s broadcasting industry, with Bell Media announcing plans to cut up to 120 jobs in its Toronto television operations. That’s about 5 per cent of its Toronto area workforce and nearly 2 per cent of its national team. Bell Media, a unit of telecom and media giant BCE Inc., informed the Federal Ministry of Labour of the coming job cuts and posted a workplace notice on Monday.

  • Canadians still watch commercial TV most of all video: study
    Tuesday June 17th 2014

    A study released by the Television Bureau of Canada shows that commercial television is still the dominant video-viewing choice amongst adult Canadians (18+). According to the study, which was conducted online by Ipsos Reid MediaCT, 83 per cent of Canadian adults spend their video-viewing time watching commercial television, while only five per cent spend time watching non-commercial TV content, such as Netflix. The study also found that 12 per cent of Canadian adults watch content in what is called the ‘Grey Zone.’ This is content on YouTube, DVD, social media and from peer-to-peer services.

  • St. Catharines director launches new film fest
    Tuesday June 17th 2014

    Mike Enns never set out to be a filmmaker. He only goes to the movie theatre once or twice a year. Film school? Don’t make him laugh. He’s much more interested in music, playing bass in Niagara band Generation Train. So he finds himself in a state of disbelief this[…]

  • New Indo-Canada treaty will boost local film industry
    Monday June 16th 2014

    Local professionals associated with art, production and film industry hoped the new ‘Audiovisual Corporation Treaty’ between Canada and India will open up the Bollywood market to Canadian filmmakers on a larger scale. The federal government announced that the Audiovisual Corporation Treaty between Canada and India will enter into force on[…]

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Archives for: June 20145
  • SIM Group Merges with Hollywood’s Chainsaw
    Friday June 27th 2014

    SIM Group has announced that we have recently finalized an agreement to join forces with Chainsaw, one of Hollywood’s most successful independent post-production facilities. The company, which was founded in 1996 by Bill DeRonde (who was later joined by Mike Polito), is best known for working with renowned productions including The Academy Awards, American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance.

  • Bell Media cutting 120 television jobs in Toronto
    Tuesday June 24th 2014

    Tough times continue in Toronto’s broadcasting industry, with Bell Media announcing plans to cut up to 120 jobs in its Toronto television operations. That’s about 5 per cent of its Toronto area workforce and nearly 2 per cent of its national team. Bell Media, a unit of telecom and media giant BCE Inc., informed the Federal Ministry of Labour of the coming job cuts and posted a workplace notice on Monday.

  • Canadians still watch commercial TV most of all video: study
    Tuesday June 17th 2014

    A study released by the Television Bureau of Canada shows that commercial television is still the dominant video-viewing choice amongst adult Canadians (18+). According to the study, which was conducted online by Ipsos Reid MediaCT, 83 per cent of Canadian adults spend their video-viewing time watching commercial television, while only five per cent spend time watching non-commercial TV content, such as Netflix. The study also found that 12 per cent of Canadian adults watch content in what is called the ‘Grey Zone.’ This is content on YouTube, DVD, social media and from peer-to-peer services.

  • St. Catharines director launches new film fest
    Tuesday June 17th 2014

    Mike Enns never set out to be a filmmaker. He only goes to the movie theatre once or twice a year. Film school? Don’t make him laugh. He’s much more interested in music, playing bass in Niagara band Generation Train. So he finds himself in a state of disbelief this[…]

  • New Indo-Canada treaty will boost local film industry
    Monday June 16th 2014

    Local professionals associated with art, production and film industry hoped the new ‘Audiovisual Corporation Treaty’ between Canada and India will open up the Bollywood market to Canadian filmmakers on a larger scale. The federal government announced that the Audiovisual Corporation Treaty between Canada and India will enter into force on[…]

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