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  • CTV Becomes First Canadian Broadcaster to Support Google Chromecast
    Thursday February 12th 2015

    CTV on Thursday became the first Canadian broadcaster to add its TV everywhere app, CTV Go, to Google Chromecast’s streaming stick. That support means CTV’s top-rated U.S. shows like The Big Bang Theory, Canada’s most-watched TV show, Gotham, Marvels Agent Carter and Person of Interest are now available for streaming by plugging the $39 Google dongle into the back of a TV set. “We’re excited to have CTV as the first Canadian broadcaster available on Chromecast,” said Suveer Kothari, director of Chromecast partnerships at Google.

  • ‘Boyhood’ scoops best film and director prizes at BAFTAs
    Monday February 09th 2015

    Coming-of-age drama “Boyhood” scooped three prizes including best film and director at Britain’s biggest film awards on Sunday, while “The Grand Budapest Hotel” took five gongs but missed out on the most prestigious awards. “The Theory of Everything” garnered three awards including leading actor at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards hosted by comedian Stephen Fry, but “The Imitation Game” failed to convert any of its nine nominations. Richard Linklater won the director award for “Boyhood”, which he filmed over a 12-year period using the same cast.

  • Videolink announces partnership with PESA
    Monday February 09th 2015

    Videolink, a major digital media solutions provider with exceptional support and service for end-to-end turnkey systems, has announced a new partnership with PESA, a leading designer and manufacturer of streaming solutions, The integrator will incorporate PESA Xstream streaming appliances into its solutions for clients in a variety of vertical markets.

  • Academy Announces First-ever Golden Screen Awards, Recognizing Canada’s Most-Watched TV Series
    Thursday February 05th 2015

    The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announces the creation of two new television awards: the Golden Screen Award for the most-watched Canadian Drama/Comedy Series and one for the country’s highest-rated Reality Series. The Golden Screen Award for TV Drama / Comedy and the Golden Screen Award for TV Reality Show are Academy Special Awards which will be presented alongside the Golden Screen Award for Feature Film during the LIVE broadcast of the Canadian Screen Awards on CBC, March 1, 8pm nationwide (8:30 NT).

  • Toronto Film Festival puts spotlight on filmmakers from London, England
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival is putting the spotlight on London, England. Festival organizers say this year’s “City to City” program will feature filmmakers living and working in the UK capital. Festival CEO Piers Handling says England has “a remarkable tradition of filmmaking” from Alfred Hitchcock to Steve McQueen. Artistic[…]

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  • CTV Becomes First Canadian Broadcaster to Support Google Chromecast
    Thursday February 12th 2015

    CTV on Thursday became the first Canadian broadcaster to add its TV everywhere app, CTV Go, to Google Chromecast’s streaming stick. That support means CTV’s top-rated U.S. shows like The Big Bang Theory, Canada’s most-watched TV show, Gotham, Marvels Agent Carter and Person of Interest are now available for streaming by plugging the $39 Google dongle into the back of a TV set. “We’re excited to have CTV as the first Canadian broadcaster available on Chromecast,” said Suveer Kothari, director of Chromecast partnerships at Google.

  • ‘Boyhood’ scoops best film and director prizes at BAFTAs
    Monday February 09th 2015

    Coming-of-age drama “Boyhood” scooped three prizes including best film and director at Britain’s biggest film awards on Sunday, while “The Grand Budapest Hotel” took five gongs but missed out on the most prestigious awards. “The Theory of Everything” garnered three awards including leading actor at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards hosted by comedian Stephen Fry, but “The Imitation Game” failed to convert any of its nine nominations. Richard Linklater won the director award for “Boyhood”, which he filmed over a 12-year period using the same cast.

  • Videolink announces partnership with PESA
    Monday February 09th 2015

    Videolink, a major digital media solutions provider with exceptional support and service for end-to-end turnkey systems, has announced a new partnership with PESA, a leading designer and manufacturer of streaming solutions, The integrator will incorporate PESA Xstream streaming appliances into its solutions for clients in a variety of vertical markets.

  • Academy Announces First-ever Golden Screen Awards, Recognizing Canada’s Most-Watched TV Series
    Thursday February 05th 2015

    The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announces the creation of two new television awards: the Golden Screen Award for the most-watched Canadian Drama/Comedy Series and one for the country’s highest-rated Reality Series. The Golden Screen Award for TV Drama / Comedy and the Golden Screen Award for TV Reality Show are Academy Special Awards which will be presented alongside the Golden Screen Award for Feature Film during the LIVE broadcast of the Canadian Screen Awards on CBC, March 1, 8pm nationwide (8:30 NT).

  • Toronto Film Festival puts spotlight on filmmakers from London, England
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival is putting the spotlight on London, England. Festival organizers say this year’s “City to City” program will feature filmmakers living and working in the UK capital. Festival CEO Piers Handling says England has “a remarkable tradition of filmmaking” from Alfred Hitchcock to Steve McQueen. Artistic[…]

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Archives for: February 20155
  • CTV Becomes First Canadian Broadcaster to Support Google Chromecast
    Thursday February 12th 2015

    CTV on Thursday became the first Canadian broadcaster to add its TV everywhere app, CTV Go, to Google Chromecast’s streaming stick. That support means CTV’s top-rated U.S. shows like The Big Bang Theory, Canada’s most-watched TV show, Gotham, Marvels Agent Carter and Person of Interest are now available for streaming by plugging the $39 Google dongle into the back of a TV set. “We’re excited to have CTV as the first Canadian broadcaster available on Chromecast,” said Suveer Kothari, director of Chromecast partnerships at Google.

  • ‘Boyhood’ scoops best film and director prizes at BAFTAs
    Monday February 09th 2015

    Coming-of-age drama “Boyhood” scooped three prizes including best film and director at Britain’s biggest film awards on Sunday, while “The Grand Budapest Hotel” took five gongs but missed out on the most prestigious awards. “The Theory of Everything” garnered three awards including leading actor at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards hosted by comedian Stephen Fry, but “The Imitation Game” failed to convert any of its nine nominations. Richard Linklater won the director award for “Boyhood”, which he filmed over a 12-year period using the same cast.

  • Videolink announces partnership with PESA
    Monday February 09th 2015

    Videolink, a major digital media solutions provider with exceptional support and service for end-to-end turnkey systems, has announced a new partnership with PESA, a leading designer and manufacturer of streaming solutions, The integrator will incorporate PESA Xstream streaming appliances into its solutions for clients in a variety of vertical markets.

  • Academy Announces First-ever Golden Screen Awards, Recognizing Canada’s Most-Watched TV Series
    Thursday February 05th 2015

    The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announces the creation of two new television awards: the Golden Screen Award for the most-watched Canadian Drama/Comedy Series and one for the country’s highest-rated Reality Series. The Golden Screen Award for TV Drama / Comedy and the Golden Screen Award for TV Reality Show are Academy Special Awards which will be presented alongside the Golden Screen Award for Feature Film during the LIVE broadcast of the Canadian Screen Awards on CBC, March 1, 8pm nationwide (8:30 NT).

  • Toronto Film Festival puts spotlight on filmmakers from London, England
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival is putting the spotlight on London, England. Festival organizers say this year’s “City to City” program will feature filmmakers living and working in the UK capital. Festival CEO Piers Handling says England has “a remarkable tradition of filmmaking” from Alfred Hitchcock to Steve McQueen. Artistic[…]

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