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  • FITC wraps future of wearable technology event
    Thursday November 20th 2014

    A thank you note from FITC for all who attended: What an event! Thank you to everyone who joined us for a full day at the beautiful Glenn Gould Studio examining wearable technology, its current state, and where this tech is headed. Our very talented and LED-infused co-hosts Tom Emrich[…]

  • Entertainment One targets doubling its size over next five years
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    Canadian producer and distributor Entertainment One said Tuesday that it plans to double the size of its business over the next five years and boost its production presence in key markets, including the U.S., U.K. and Australia.‎ A representative explained that with “the size of business” the company meant the value investors ascribe to the company rather than revenue or any other reported financial metric. “In the seven years since Entertainment One joined the London Stock Exchange, the management team has consistently delivered on-strategy, building one of the world’s largest and most prolific independent film and television businesses,” said CEO Darren Throop. “With our four strategic pillars of film, television, family and digital and our focused strategy…we believe that we can double the size of Entertainment One in the next five years.”‎

  • ‘Today’ exec Jamie Horowitz fired by NBC News after 3 months on job
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    The newest “Today” show boss is yesterday’s news. NBC News has axed Jamie Horowitz, the morning show’s senior vice president and general manager, after a mere three months on the job. Sources said that Horowitz, who joined NBC News in September, had big plans to try and turn around “Today,”[…]

  • Film industry groups advise theatres to ban smart watches, glasses
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    A pair of influential U.S. film industry organizations on Wednesday put out word that movie theaters should ban smart watches or eyewear that could be used to record movies. The Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners updated a film-theft prevention policy to recommend zero-tolerance when it comes to movie goers wearing “intelligent” devices with video-recording capabilities. Best practices guidelines, which theater operators are free to embrace or ignore, were modified to say that “wearable devices” as well as smartphones must be “turned off and put away at show time.”

  • Canadians no longer have to give 30 days’ notice to cancel TV, Internet or phone service: CRTC
    Wednesday November 12th 2014

    Canadians will no longer have to give 30 days notice to cancel their television, Internet or telephone services, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission announced Thursday. Speaking in Vancouver, commission chair Jean-Pierre Blais said that is only the regulatory agency’s first decision stemming from its Let’s Talk TV, a public[…]

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  • FITC wraps future of wearable technology event
    Thursday November 20th 2014

    A thank you note from FITC for all who attended: What an event! Thank you to everyone who joined us for a full day at the beautiful Glenn Gould Studio examining wearable technology, its current state, and where this tech is headed. Our very talented and LED-infused co-hosts Tom Emrich[…]

  • Entertainment One targets doubling its size over next five years
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    Canadian producer and distributor Entertainment One said Tuesday that it plans to double the size of its business over the next five years and boost its production presence in key markets, including the U.S., U.K. and Australia.‎ A representative explained that with “the size of business” the company meant the value investors ascribe to the company rather than revenue or any other reported financial metric. “In the seven years since Entertainment One joined the London Stock Exchange, the management team has consistently delivered on-strategy, building one of the world’s largest and most prolific independent film and television businesses,” said CEO Darren Throop. “With our four strategic pillars of film, television, family and digital and our focused strategy…we believe that we can double the size of Entertainment One in the next five years.”‎

  • ‘Today’ exec Jamie Horowitz fired by NBC News after 3 months on job
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    The newest “Today” show boss is yesterday’s news. NBC News has axed Jamie Horowitz, the morning show’s senior vice president and general manager, after a mere three months on the job. Sources said that Horowitz, who joined NBC News in September, had big plans to try and turn around “Today,”[…]

  • Film industry groups advise theatres to ban smart watches, glasses
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    A pair of influential U.S. film industry organizations on Wednesday put out word that movie theaters should ban smart watches or eyewear that could be used to record movies. The Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners updated a film-theft prevention policy to recommend zero-tolerance when it comes to movie goers wearing “intelligent” devices with video-recording capabilities. Best practices guidelines, which theater operators are free to embrace or ignore, were modified to say that “wearable devices” as well as smartphones must be “turned off and put away at show time.”

  • Canadians no longer have to give 30 days’ notice to cancel TV, Internet or phone service: CRTC
    Wednesday November 12th 2014

    Canadians will no longer have to give 30 days notice to cancel their television, Internet or telephone services, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission announced Thursday. Speaking in Vancouver, commission chair Jean-Pierre Blais said that is only the regulatory agency’s first decision stemming from its Let’s Talk TV, a public[…]

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Archives for: November 20145
  • FITC wraps future of wearable technology event
    Thursday November 20th 2014

    A thank you note from FITC for all who attended: What an event! Thank you to everyone who joined us for a full day at the beautiful Glenn Gould Studio examining wearable technology, its current state, and where this tech is headed. Our very talented and LED-infused co-hosts Tom Emrich[…]

  • Entertainment One targets doubling its size over next five years
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    Canadian producer and distributor Entertainment One said Tuesday that it plans to double the size of its business over the next five years and boost its production presence in key markets, including the U.S., U.K. and Australia.‎ A representative explained that with “the size of business” the company meant the value investors ascribe to the company rather than revenue or any other reported financial metric. “In the seven years since Entertainment One joined the London Stock Exchange, the management team has consistently delivered on-strategy, building one of the world’s largest and most prolific independent film and television businesses,” said CEO Darren Throop. “With our four strategic pillars of film, television, family and digital and our focused strategy…we believe that we can double the size of Entertainment One in the next five years.”‎

  • ‘Today’ exec Jamie Horowitz fired by NBC News after 3 months on job
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    The newest “Today” show boss is yesterday’s news. NBC News has axed Jamie Horowitz, the morning show’s senior vice president and general manager, after a mere three months on the job. Sources said that Horowitz, who joined NBC News in September, had big plans to try and turn around “Today,”[…]

  • Film industry groups advise theatres to ban smart watches, glasses
    Tuesday November 18th 2014

    A pair of influential U.S. film industry organizations on Wednesday put out word that movie theaters should ban smart watches or eyewear that could be used to record movies. The Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners updated a film-theft prevention policy to recommend zero-tolerance when it comes to movie goers wearing “intelligent” devices with video-recording capabilities. Best practices guidelines, which theater operators are free to embrace or ignore, were modified to say that “wearable devices” as well as smartphones must be “turned off and put away at show time.”

  • Canadians no longer have to give 30 days’ notice to cancel TV, Internet or phone service: CRTC
    Wednesday November 12th 2014

    Canadians will no longer have to give 30 days notice to cancel their television, Internet or telephone services, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission announced Thursday. Speaking in Vancouver, commission chair Jean-Pierre Blais said that is only the regulatory agency’s first decision stemming from its Let’s Talk TV, a public[…]

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