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  • 4 Canadian films to screen at Miami International Film Festival
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    Four Canadian films will be screened at the Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) in March. The full line-up for the 32nd edition of the festival was unveiled earlier this week by MIFF executive director Jaie Laplante, a native of Canada. Running from March 6 to 15, MIFF will showcase 125[…]

  • What the CRTC decision on over-the-air TV means for viewers
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    As beleaguered local television stations continue to face cutbacks and Web-streaming services like Netflix take off, the future of antenna television looks fuzzy. Nevertheless, last week CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais voiced his crystal-clear support for over-the-air television, which is broadcast on open signals and available without a cable-subscription package. The announcement comes after a long discussion on the future of television between the CRTC and more than 13,000 Canadians — about everything from over-the-air to pick-and-pay cable subscriptions — called Let’s Talk TV.

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  • 4 Canadian films to screen at Miami International Film Festival
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    Four Canadian films will be screened at the Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) in March. The full line-up for the 32nd edition of the festival was unveiled earlier this week by MIFF executive director Jaie Laplante, a native of Canada. Running from March 6 to 15, MIFF will showcase 125[…]

  • What the CRTC decision on over-the-air TV means for viewers
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    As beleaguered local television stations continue to face cutbacks and Web-streaming services like Netflix take off, the future of antenna television looks fuzzy. Nevertheless, last week CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais voiced his crystal-clear support for over-the-air television, which is broadcast on open signals and available without a cable-subscription package. The announcement comes after a long discussion on the future of television between the CRTC and more than 13,000 Canadians — about everything from over-the-air to pick-and-pay cable subscriptions — called Let’s Talk TV.

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Archives for: February 20155
  • 4 Canadian films to screen at Miami International Film Festival
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    Four Canadian films will be screened at the Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) in March. The full line-up for the 32nd edition of the festival was unveiled earlier this week by MIFF executive director Jaie Laplante, a native of Canada. Running from March 6 to 15, MIFF will showcase 125[…]

  • What the CRTC decision on over-the-air TV means for viewers
    Tuesday February 03rd 2015

    As beleaguered local television stations continue to face cutbacks and Web-streaming services like Netflix take off, the future of antenna television looks fuzzy. Nevertheless, last week CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais voiced his crystal-clear support for over-the-air television, which is broadcast on open signals and available without a cable-subscription package. The announcement comes after a long discussion on the future of television between the CRTC and more than 13,000 Canadians — about everything from over-the-air to pick-and-pay cable subscriptions — called Let’s Talk TV.

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