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  • John Risley calls film tax credit ‘nuts,’ backs government changes
    Wednesday April 15th 2015

    A high profile Nova Scotia businessman calls the existing film tax credit “nuts” and is coming to the defence of the Liberal government, which has been battered by criticism since it announced it was axing a large portion of the lucrative subsidy. Seafood baron John Risley, president of Clearwater Fine Foods Inc., says he’s been watching the debate unfold “with dismay” as those opposed to the cut warned of “Armageddon” and a “tidal wave” of job losses.

  • William F. White Int’l Inc. Continues Rapid Expansion of Services with Purchase of Parallel Rentals Inc. in Vancouver
    Wednesday April 15th 2015

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), today announced that the Company has completed its acquisition of Parallel Rentals Inc., based in Vancouver, creating the country’s only national single-source solution for professional production equipment and locations support services. Parallel Rentals Inc. has[…]

  • Twitter Canada and TVA Group Partner to Offer Viewers an Enhanced Television Experience
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    TVA Group has announced that it will be the first Quebec media group to partner with Twitter Canada. To celebrate this association, TVA Group will integrate two Twitter tools – Periscope and the Twitter Mirror – into two TVA Network programming events: the grand finale of La Voix, on Sunday,[…]

  • NBCUniversal Signs TV, Film Supply Deal With Canadian Streamer Shomi
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    Canadian streamer Shomi has struck a licensing agreement with NBCUniversal that gives it the exclusive SVOD rights to all episodes of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Parenthood, 12 Monkeys, Dig, Defiance and Royal Pains. Under the pact, Shomi also will get previous episodes of Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Dominion, Satisfaction and[…]

  • CRTC faces new challenge from coalition of producers over TV changes
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    The federal broadcast regulator is facing yet another possible court challenge pushing back against sweeping changes to television policy unveiled in recent months, this time from a coalition of independent producers. The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) is looking to overturn a decision that could do away with agreements that set negotiating terms between the country’s largest broadcasters and independent producers – and which the producers see as critical safeguards of their bargaining power.

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  • John Risley calls film tax credit ‘nuts,’ backs government changes
    Wednesday April 15th 2015

    A high profile Nova Scotia businessman calls the existing film tax credit “nuts” and is coming to the defence of the Liberal government, which has been battered by criticism since it announced it was axing a large portion of the lucrative subsidy. Seafood baron John Risley, president of Clearwater Fine Foods Inc., says he’s been watching the debate unfold “with dismay” as those opposed to the cut warned of “Armageddon” and a “tidal wave” of job losses.

  • William F. White Int’l Inc. Continues Rapid Expansion of Services with Purchase of Parallel Rentals Inc. in Vancouver
    Wednesday April 15th 2015

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), today announced that the Company has completed its acquisition of Parallel Rentals Inc., based in Vancouver, creating the country’s only national single-source solution for professional production equipment and locations support services. Parallel Rentals Inc. has[…]

  • Twitter Canada and TVA Group Partner to Offer Viewers an Enhanced Television Experience
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    TVA Group has announced that it will be the first Quebec media group to partner with Twitter Canada. To celebrate this association, TVA Group will integrate two Twitter tools – Periscope and the Twitter Mirror – into two TVA Network programming events: the grand finale of La Voix, on Sunday,[…]

  • NBCUniversal Signs TV, Film Supply Deal With Canadian Streamer Shomi
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    Canadian streamer Shomi has struck a licensing agreement with NBCUniversal that gives it the exclusive SVOD rights to all episodes of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Parenthood, 12 Monkeys, Dig, Defiance and Royal Pains. Under the pact, Shomi also will get previous episodes of Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Dominion, Satisfaction and[…]

  • CRTC faces new challenge from coalition of producers over TV changes
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    The federal broadcast regulator is facing yet another possible court challenge pushing back against sweeping changes to television policy unveiled in recent months, this time from a coalition of independent producers. The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) is looking to overturn a decision that could do away with agreements that set negotiating terms between the country’s largest broadcasters and independent producers – and which the producers see as critical safeguards of their bargaining power.

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Archives for: April 20155
  • John Risley calls film tax credit ‘nuts,’ backs government changes
    Wednesday April 15th 2015

    A high profile Nova Scotia businessman calls the existing film tax credit “nuts” and is coming to the defence of the Liberal government, which has been battered by criticism since it announced it was axing a large portion of the lucrative subsidy. Seafood baron John Risley, president of Clearwater Fine Foods Inc., says he’s been watching the debate unfold “with dismay” as those opposed to the cut warned of “Armageddon” and a “tidal wave” of job losses.

  • William F. White Int’l Inc. Continues Rapid Expansion of Services with Purchase of Parallel Rentals Inc. in Vancouver
    Wednesday April 15th 2015

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), today announced that the Company has completed its acquisition of Parallel Rentals Inc., based in Vancouver, creating the country’s only national single-source solution for professional production equipment and locations support services. Parallel Rentals Inc. has[…]

  • Twitter Canada and TVA Group Partner to Offer Viewers an Enhanced Television Experience
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    TVA Group has announced that it will be the first Quebec media group to partner with Twitter Canada. To celebrate this association, TVA Group will integrate two Twitter tools – Periscope and the Twitter Mirror – into two TVA Network programming events: the grand finale of La Voix, on Sunday,[…]

  • NBCUniversal Signs TV, Film Supply Deal With Canadian Streamer Shomi
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    Canadian streamer Shomi has struck a licensing agreement with NBCUniversal that gives it the exclusive SVOD rights to all episodes of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Parenthood, 12 Monkeys, Dig, Defiance and Royal Pains. Under the pact, Shomi also will get previous episodes of Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Dominion, Satisfaction and[…]

  • CRTC faces new challenge from coalition of producers over TV changes
    Tuesday April 14th 2015

    The federal broadcast regulator is facing yet another possible court challenge pushing back against sweeping changes to television policy unveiled in recent months, this time from a coalition of independent producers. The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) is looking to overturn a decision that could do away with agreements that set negotiating terms between the country’s largest broadcasters and independent producers – and which the producers see as critical safeguards of their bargaining power.

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