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  • Drone crash prompts Vancouver to review film industry use
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    A drone crash in downtown Vancouver last month has triggered a review by the city on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the film industry. The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was being used to shoot a commercial near the intersection of Hastings and Hornby streets when it hit a[…]

  • TIFF launches $300-a-ticket ‘Buzz List’ package
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    How much is it worth to see the most talked-about movies at TIFF? The 39th Toronto International Film Festival is premiering a new $1,500 Buzz List Pack ticket package this fall, with priority access to five premium screenings. Just 50 of these high-end specialty ticket bundles will be available for TIFF, which runs Sept. 4 to 14. “We created the Buzz List Pack in response to demand for more premium packages for audiences looking for a fully tailored premium experience of big-ticket films,” said TIFF director of communications Pamela Mollica.

  • The internet is changing the definition of television
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    The television business has changed from provider-driven to consumer-driven. For broadcasters and operators – who used to decide whether content lived or died — the internet has proven to be a most disruptive development, looming menacingly over their profit stream. The internet is changing the TV business forever.

  • Online ad revenue tops TV in Canada: PwC
    Wednesday June 11th 2014

    For the first time, advertising revenue on the internet has surpassed advertising revenue on television in Canada, according to the latest Global and Entertainment Media Outlook report. The annual report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) says that in 2013, internet advertising brought in $3.8 billion, topping the television industry’s $3.6 billion. And predictions suggest that trend is going to continue. Even though its 16% growth rate was the lowest seen in post-recession years, internet advertising revenue grew more than in any other segment of the Canadian media industry.

  • Technicolor to acquire Mr. X Inc., Toronto’s Leading VFX studio
    Tuesday June 10th 2014

    Technicolor announced it has reached an agreement to acquire Mr. X, a leading North American provider of visual effects (VFX) to premier television and international film clients. Mr. X joins Technicolor’s Production Services division, which includes Academy Award-winning MPC (The Moving Picture Company). The acquisition expands Technicolor’s VFX services globally[…]

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  • Drone crash prompts Vancouver to review film industry use
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    A drone crash in downtown Vancouver last month has triggered a review by the city on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the film industry. The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was being used to shoot a commercial near the intersection of Hastings and Hornby streets when it hit a[…]

  • TIFF launches $300-a-ticket ‘Buzz List’ package
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    How much is it worth to see the most talked-about movies at TIFF? The 39th Toronto International Film Festival is premiering a new $1,500 Buzz List Pack ticket package this fall, with priority access to five premium screenings. Just 50 of these high-end specialty ticket bundles will be available for TIFF, which runs Sept. 4 to 14. “We created the Buzz List Pack in response to demand for more premium packages for audiences looking for a fully tailored premium experience of big-ticket films,” said TIFF director of communications Pamela Mollica.

  • The internet is changing the definition of television
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    The television business has changed from provider-driven to consumer-driven. For broadcasters and operators – who used to decide whether content lived or died — the internet has proven to be a most disruptive development, looming menacingly over their profit stream. The internet is changing the TV business forever.

  • Online ad revenue tops TV in Canada: PwC
    Wednesday June 11th 2014

    For the first time, advertising revenue on the internet has surpassed advertising revenue on television in Canada, according to the latest Global and Entertainment Media Outlook report. The annual report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) says that in 2013, internet advertising brought in $3.8 billion, topping the television industry’s $3.6 billion. And predictions suggest that trend is going to continue. Even though its 16% growth rate was the lowest seen in post-recession years, internet advertising revenue grew more than in any other segment of the Canadian media industry.

  • Technicolor to acquire Mr. X Inc., Toronto’s Leading VFX studio
    Tuesday June 10th 2014

    Technicolor announced it has reached an agreement to acquire Mr. X, a leading North American provider of visual effects (VFX) to premier television and international film clients. Mr. X joins Technicolor’s Production Services division, which includes Academy Award-winning MPC (The Moving Picture Company). The acquisition expands Technicolor’s VFX services globally[…]

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Archives for: June 20145
  • Drone crash prompts Vancouver to review film industry use
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    A drone crash in downtown Vancouver last month has triggered a review by the city on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the film industry. The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was being used to shoot a commercial near the intersection of Hastings and Hornby streets when it hit a[…]

  • TIFF launches $300-a-ticket ‘Buzz List’ package
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    How much is it worth to see the most talked-about movies at TIFF? The 39th Toronto International Film Festival is premiering a new $1,500 Buzz List Pack ticket package this fall, with priority access to five premium screenings. Just 50 of these high-end specialty ticket bundles will be available for TIFF, which runs Sept. 4 to 14. “We created the Buzz List Pack in response to demand for more premium packages for audiences looking for a fully tailored premium experience of big-ticket films,” said TIFF director of communications Pamela Mollica.

  • The internet is changing the definition of television
    Thursday June 12th 2014

    The television business has changed from provider-driven to consumer-driven. For broadcasters and operators – who used to decide whether content lived or died — the internet has proven to be a most disruptive development, looming menacingly over their profit stream. The internet is changing the TV business forever.

  • Online ad revenue tops TV in Canada: PwC
    Wednesday June 11th 2014

    For the first time, advertising revenue on the internet has surpassed advertising revenue on television in Canada, according to the latest Global and Entertainment Media Outlook report. The annual report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) says that in 2013, internet advertising brought in $3.8 billion, topping the television industry’s $3.6 billion. And predictions suggest that trend is going to continue. Even though its 16% growth rate was the lowest seen in post-recession years, internet advertising revenue grew more than in any other segment of the Canadian media industry.

  • Technicolor to acquire Mr. X Inc., Toronto’s Leading VFX studio
    Tuesday June 10th 2014

    Technicolor announced it has reached an agreement to acquire Mr. X, a leading North American provider of visual effects (VFX) to premier television and international film clients. Mr. X joins Technicolor’s Production Services division, which includes Academy Award-winning MPC (The Moving Picture Company). The acquisition expands Technicolor’s VFX services globally[…]

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