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  • Trevor Noah Will Succeed Jon Stewart At ‘Daily Show’
    Tuesday March 31st 2015

    Trevor Noah, a South African comedian with a low profile in the United States, will inherit one of the most-watched pulpits in latenight TV: Jon Stewart’s desk on Comedy Central’s “Daily Show.” The Viacom-owned outlet said the comic’s debut as host would be announced at a later date. In choosing Noah, Comedy Central is banking that following a tried-and-true formula will keep the program that is arguably the linchpin of its schedule top of mind among its core audience of young male viewers. Twice now, executives at the network have identified an up-and-coming talent, and we’re rewarded on both occasions with a higher profile for the show.

  • CSC awards unveiled
    Tuesday March 31st 2015

    The Canadian Society of Cinematographers turned The Arcadian Court into a prop and digital screen laden wonderland to honour their own on Saturday night. The Bay Street emporium has never looked better filled with black tie/formal wear sporting cinematographers and their award sponsors including Clairmont, Deluxe, Panavision, Sim/PS, Sony, Technicolor[…]

  • Cine-Source Launches! Company offers a fresh approach from a well-established footprint
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Cine-Source sales and Service Ltd. is pleased to announce the acquisition of Whites Digital Sales and Services Inc. Larry Lavoie has stepped up (Lavoie was former GM of Whites Digital) to lead the new company; he is President and GM of “Cine-Source”. Cine-Source President Larry Lavoie is thrilled that he is able to “continue a long standing tradition of knowledgeable customer service, technical know-how and innovative solutions as provided by original founder Don Hall when he started “Cinequip” over 45 years ago”.

  • TO411 Directory welcomes Stratus/DMI
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Stratus provides custom equipment cases and more for the Film and Television industry. They can be found on our directory under the Studios and Set Support Service category by following this navigation link.

  • Toronto’s Hot Docs will open with film about comic Tig Notaro
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Notaro is among a lengthy list of doc subjects and filmmakers expected in Toronto to interact with audiences for the 22nd edition of North America’s largest documentary film festival, which runs until May 3. The full slate of titles and programs were unveiled at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. Director of programming Charlotte Cook says not only will the fest feature 102 world and international premieres, it marks two milestones: a record 210 films screening, 40 per cent of which were made by female filmmakers.

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  • Trevor Noah Will Succeed Jon Stewart At ‘Daily Show’
    Tuesday March 31st 2015

    Trevor Noah, a South African comedian with a low profile in the United States, will inherit one of the most-watched pulpits in latenight TV: Jon Stewart’s desk on Comedy Central’s “Daily Show.” The Viacom-owned outlet said the comic’s debut as host would be announced at a later date. In choosing Noah, Comedy Central is banking that following a tried-and-true formula will keep the program that is arguably the linchpin of its schedule top of mind among its core audience of young male viewers. Twice now, executives at the network have identified an up-and-coming talent, and we’re rewarded on both occasions with a higher profile for the show.

  • CSC awards unveiled
    Tuesday March 31st 2015

    The Canadian Society of Cinematographers turned The Arcadian Court into a prop and digital screen laden wonderland to honour their own on Saturday night. The Bay Street emporium has never looked better filled with black tie/formal wear sporting cinematographers and their award sponsors including Clairmont, Deluxe, Panavision, Sim/PS, Sony, Technicolor[…]

  • Cine-Source Launches! Company offers a fresh approach from a well-established footprint
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Cine-Source sales and Service Ltd. is pleased to announce the acquisition of Whites Digital Sales and Services Inc. Larry Lavoie has stepped up (Lavoie was former GM of Whites Digital) to lead the new company; he is President and GM of “Cine-Source”. Cine-Source President Larry Lavoie is thrilled that he is able to “continue a long standing tradition of knowledgeable customer service, technical know-how and innovative solutions as provided by original founder Don Hall when he started “Cinequip” over 45 years ago”.

  • TO411 Directory welcomes Stratus/DMI
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Stratus provides custom equipment cases and more for the Film and Television industry. They can be found on our directory under the Studios and Set Support Service category by following this navigation link.

  • Toronto’s Hot Docs will open with film about comic Tig Notaro
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Notaro is among a lengthy list of doc subjects and filmmakers expected in Toronto to interact with audiences for the 22nd edition of North America’s largest documentary film festival, which runs until May 3. The full slate of titles and programs were unveiled at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. Director of programming Charlotte Cook says not only will the fest feature 102 world and international premieres, it marks two milestones: a record 210 films screening, 40 per cent of which were made by female filmmakers.

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Archives for: March 20155
  • Trevor Noah Will Succeed Jon Stewart At ‘Daily Show’
    Tuesday March 31st 2015

    Trevor Noah, a South African comedian with a low profile in the United States, will inherit one of the most-watched pulpits in latenight TV: Jon Stewart’s desk on Comedy Central’s “Daily Show.” The Viacom-owned outlet said the comic’s debut as host would be announced at a later date. In choosing Noah, Comedy Central is banking that following a tried-and-true formula will keep the program that is arguably the linchpin of its schedule top of mind among its core audience of young male viewers. Twice now, executives at the network have identified an up-and-coming talent, and we’re rewarded on both occasions with a higher profile for the show.

  • CSC awards unveiled
    Tuesday March 31st 2015

    The Canadian Society of Cinematographers turned The Arcadian Court into a prop and digital screen laden wonderland to honour their own on Saturday night. The Bay Street emporium has never looked better filled with black tie/formal wear sporting cinematographers and their award sponsors including Clairmont, Deluxe, Panavision, Sim/PS, Sony, Technicolor[…]

  • Cine-Source Launches! Company offers a fresh approach from a well-established footprint
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Cine-Source sales and Service Ltd. is pleased to announce the acquisition of Whites Digital Sales and Services Inc. Larry Lavoie has stepped up (Lavoie was former GM of Whites Digital) to lead the new company; he is President and GM of “Cine-Source”. Cine-Source President Larry Lavoie is thrilled that he is able to “continue a long standing tradition of knowledgeable customer service, technical know-how and innovative solutions as provided by original founder Don Hall when he started “Cinequip” over 45 years ago”.

  • TO411 Directory welcomes Stratus/DMI
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Stratus provides custom equipment cases and more for the Film and Television industry. They can be found on our directory under the Studios and Set Support Service category by following this navigation link.

  • Toronto’s Hot Docs will open with film about comic Tig Notaro
    Tuesday March 24th 2015

    Notaro is among a lengthy list of doc subjects and filmmakers expected in Toronto to interact with audiences for the 22nd edition of North America’s largest documentary film festival, which runs until May 3. The full slate of titles and programs were unveiled at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. Director of programming Charlotte Cook says not only will the fest feature 102 world and international premieres, it marks two milestones: a record 210 films screening, 40 per cent of which were made by female filmmakers.

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