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  • Lionsgate and Tribeca film studios are launching a new streaming service
    Thursday October 23rd 2014

    Now Hollywood is joining the Internet streaming craze. Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises said Monday they will jointly launch an online video service during the first half of next year for movies made by them and outside studios. Called “Tribeca Short List,” the online streaming service comes just days after HBO[…]

  • Netflix Orders First Canadian Original Series
    Tuesday October 21st 2014

    Netflix has ordered its first original Canadian production. The U.S. video streaming giant revealed it is backing the Canadian survival thriller Between, which stars Jennette McCurdy (iCarly, Sam & Cat) and is directed by series creator Michael McGowan and Jon Cassar (24, The Kennedys). The homegrown drama will debut simultaneously on City, the Canadian TV network that developed the one-hour drama, and in all Netflix territories outside Canada. Also north of the border, Between will initially stream on Shomi, a local market response by City parent company Rogers Communications and rival cable giant Shaw Communications to the domination of online video here by Netflix Canada.

  • Ossington Ave. turned into New York strip for TV shoot
    Tuesday October 21st 2014

    Two subway stations and a non-government-owned liquor store popped up along Ossington Ave. overnight and it wasn’t because of any mayoral candidate election promises. Instead, the additions were the work of the Showcase and CW television seriesBeauty and the Beast, a modern adaptation of the story featuring a romantic sci-fi twist. Location manager John Musikka said Kreuk, Ryan and guest star Natasha Henstridge were being filmed Monday along the busy street, which crews had transformed into “a little slice of New York City” for the day.

  • Five films to see at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival
    Friday October 17th 2014

    As the chill of October kills off leaves and rattles bones, the time has come to enjoy the things that go bump in the night. Halloween is almost upon us, which means more than just annual sales records in the bite-size candy industry. It’s also the one time of year when it is socially acceptable for everyone to enjoy horror movies. To celebrate, the annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival is showcasing the best in genre cinema. This year’s program is highlighted by riches like the zombie/Nazi sequel Dead Snow 2 and the acclaimed New Zealand haunted house yarn Housebound.

  • HBO to Launch Standalone Over-the-Top Service in U.S. Next Year
    Thursday October 16th 2014

    In a bold surprise, HBO plans to launch a stand-alone over-the-top service in the U.S. next year, CEO Richard Plepler confirmed Wednesday. “This will be transformative for our company,” Plepler said during his presentation at Time Warner’s Investor Day confab. Noting that there are now about 10 million households in the U.S. that are broadband-only, he declared: “It is time to remove all barriers to those who want HBO.

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  • Lionsgate and Tribeca film studios are launching a new streaming service
    Thursday October 23rd 2014

    Now Hollywood is joining the Internet streaming craze. Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises said Monday they will jointly launch an online video service during the first half of next year for movies made by them and outside studios. Called “Tribeca Short List,” the online streaming service comes just days after HBO[…]

  • Netflix Orders First Canadian Original Series
    Tuesday October 21st 2014

    Netflix has ordered its first original Canadian production. The U.S. video streaming giant revealed it is backing the Canadian survival thriller Between, which stars Jennette McCurdy (iCarly, Sam & Cat) and is directed by series creator Michael McGowan and Jon Cassar (24, The Kennedys). The homegrown drama will debut simultaneously on City, the Canadian TV network that developed the one-hour drama, and in all Netflix territories outside Canada. Also north of the border, Between will initially stream on Shomi, a local market response by City parent company Rogers Communications and rival cable giant Shaw Communications to the domination of online video here by Netflix Canada.

  • Ossington Ave. turned into New York strip for TV shoot
    Tuesday October 21st 2014

    Two subway stations and a non-government-owned liquor store popped up along Ossington Ave. overnight and it wasn’t because of any mayoral candidate election promises. Instead, the additions were the work of the Showcase and CW television seriesBeauty and the Beast, a modern adaptation of the story featuring a romantic sci-fi twist. Location manager John Musikka said Kreuk, Ryan and guest star Natasha Henstridge were being filmed Monday along the busy street, which crews had transformed into “a little slice of New York City” for the day.

  • Five films to see at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival
    Friday October 17th 2014

    As the chill of October kills off leaves and rattles bones, the time has come to enjoy the things that go bump in the night. Halloween is almost upon us, which means more than just annual sales records in the bite-size candy industry. It’s also the one time of year when it is socially acceptable for everyone to enjoy horror movies. To celebrate, the annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival is showcasing the best in genre cinema. This year’s program is highlighted by riches like the zombie/Nazi sequel Dead Snow 2 and the acclaimed New Zealand haunted house yarn Housebound.

  • HBO to Launch Standalone Over-the-Top Service in U.S. Next Year
    Thursday October 16th 2014

    In a bold surprise, HBO plans to launch a stand-alone over-the-top service in the U.S. next year, CEO Richard Plepler confirmed Wednesday. “This will be transformative for our company,” Plepler said during his presentation at Time Warner’s Investor Day confab. Noting that there are now about 10 million households in the U.S. that are broadband-only, he declared: “It is time to remove all barriers to those who want HBO.

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Archives for: October 20145
  • Lionsgate and Tribeca film studios are launching a new streaming service
    Thursday October 23rd 2014

    Now Hollywood is joining the Internet streaming craze. Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises said Monday they will jointly launch an online video service during the first half of next year for movies made by them and outside studios. Called “Tribeca Short List,” the online streaming service comes just days after HBO[…]

  • Netflix Orders First Canadian Original Series
    Tuesday October 21st 2014

    Netflix has ordered its first original Canadian production. The U.S. video streaming giant revealed it is backing the Canadian survival thriller Between, which stars Jennette McCurdy (iCarly, Sam & Cat) and is directed by series creator Michael McGowan and Jon Cassar (24, The Kennedys). The homegrown drama will debut simultaneously on City, the Canadian TV network that developed the one-hour drama, and in all Netflix territories outside Canada. Also north of the border, Between will initially stream on Shomi, a local market response by City parent company Rogers Communications and rival cable giant Shaw Communications to the domination of online video here by Netflix Canada.

  • Ossington Ave. turned into New York strip for TV shoot
    Tuesday October 21st 2014

    Two subway stations and a non-government-owned liquor store popped up along Ossington Ave. overnight and it wasn’t because of any mayoral candidate election promises. Instead, the additions were the work of the Showcase and CW television seriesBeauty and the Beast, a modern adaptation of the story featuring a romantic sci-fi twist. Location manager John Musikka said Kreuk, Ryan and guest star Natasha Henstridge were being filmed Monday along the busy street, which crews had transformed into “a little slice of New York City” for the day.

  • Five films to see at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival
    Friday October 17th 2014

    As the chill of October kills off leaves and rattles bones, the time has come to enjoy the things that go bump in the night. Halloween is almost upon us, which means more than just annual sales records in the bite-size candy industry. It’s also the one time of year when it is socially acceptable for everyone to enjoy horror movies. To celebrate, the annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival is showcasing the best in genre cinema. This year’s program is highlighted by riches like the zombie/Nazi sequel Dead Snow 2 and the acclaimed New Zealand haunted house yarn Housebound.

  • HBO to Launch Standalone Over-the-Top Service in U.S. Next Year
    Thursday October 16th 2014

    In a bold surprise, HBO plans to launch a stand-alone over-the-top service in the U.S. next year, CEO Richard Plepler confirmed Wednesday. “This will be transformative for our company,” Plepler said during his presentation at Time Warner’s Investor Day confab. Noting that there are now about 10 million households in the U.S. that are broadband-only, he declared: “It is time to remove all barriers to those who want HBO.

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