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  • Axing film tax credit in N.S. budget would put jobs at risk: industry group
    Thursday April 02nd 2015

    Nova Scotia’s 2015 provincial budget is set to be unveiled next week and the potential removal of the film industry tax credit isn’t sitting well with some people who work in the industry. Finance Minister Diana Whalen has already warned that the budget will be significant for the province, and many expect it will include several cuts along with the removal of some tax credits. The uncertainty has filmmakers and others on high alert, despite the government’s pledge to extend the film and TV tax credit program for at least five more years.

  • Much Announces Launch of Much Digital Studios
    Wednesday April 01st 2015

    Much has announced the creation of Much Digital Studios, a multi-channel network of Canadian and international YouTube creators slated to launch this spring.Much Digital Studios will harness the vision of YouTube creators from multiple genres to fuel a new digital strategy for the brand. As part of this strategy, Much.ca, long a destination for Much’s loyal fans, will re-launch to showcase new curated content from Much Digital Studios, together with current on-air programming, music videos, and interviews.Much Digital Studios, and the new Much.ca, are the latest ways Much is connecting with Canadian and now international youth, celebrating the diversity, creativity, and irreverence of Much fans by keeping them at the centre of the brand.

  • Trailer Park Boys appeal to save Nova Scotia film tax credit
    Wednesday April 01st 2015

    An attempt by the Trailer Park Boys to raise awareness about the importance of a film tax credit in Nova Scotia has caught the attention of celebrities like Snoop Dogg and helped fuel an industry movement to save the incentive ahead of the release of the provincial budget this week.[…]

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  • Axing film tax credit in N.S. budget would put jobs at risk: industry group
    Thursday April 02nd 2015

    Nova Scotia’s 2015 provincial budget is set to be unveiled next week and the potential removal of the film industry tax credit isn’t sitting well with some people who work in the industry. Finance Minister Diana Whalen has already warned that the budget will be significant for the province, and many expect it will include several cuts along with the removal of some tax credits. The uncertainty has filmmakers and others on high alert, despite the government’s pledge to extend the film and TV tax credit program for at least five more years.

  • Much Announces Launch of Much Digital Studios
    Wednesday April 01st 2015

    Much has announced the creation of Much Digital Studios, a multi-channel network of Canadian and international YouTube creators slated to launch this spring.Much Digital Studios will harness the vision of YouTube creators from multiple genres to fuel a new digital strategy for the brand. As part of this strategy, Much.ca, long a destination for Much’s loyal fans, will re-launch to showcase new curated content from Much Digital Studios, together with current on-air programming, music videos, and interviews.Much Digital Studios, and the new Much.ca, are the latest ways Much is connecting with Canadian and now international youth, celebrating the diversity, creativity, and irreverence of Much fans by keeping them at the centre of the brand.

  • Trailer Park Boys appeal to save Nova Scotia film tax credit
    Wednesday April 01st 2015

    An attempt by the Trailer Park Boys to raise awareness about the importance of a film tax credit in Nova Scotia has caught the attention of celebrities like Snoop Dogg and helped fuel an industry movement to save the incentive ahead of the release of the provincial budget this week.[…]

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Archives for: April 20155
  • Axing film tax credit in N.S. budget would put jobs at risk: industry group
    Thursday April 02nd 2015

    Nova Scotia’s 2015 provincial budget is set to be unveiled next week and the potential removal of the film industry tax credit isn’t sitting well with some people who work in the industry. Finance Minister Diana Whalen has already warned that the budget will be significant for the province, and many expect it will include several cuts along with the removal of some tax credits. The uncertainty has filmmakers and others on high alert, despite the government’s pledge to extend the film and TV tax credit program for at least five more years.

  • Much Announces Launch of Much Digital Studios
    Wednesday April 01st 2015

    Much has announced the creation of Much Digital Studios, a multi-channel network of Canadian and international YouTube creators slated to launch this spring.Much Digital Studios will harness the vision of YouTube creators from multiple genres to fuel a new digital strategy for the brand. As part of this strategy, Much.ca, long a destination for Much’s loyal fans, will re-launch to showcase new curated content from Much Digital Studios, together with current on-air programming, music videos, and interviews.Much Digital Studios, and the new Much.ca, are the latest ways Much is connecting with Canadian and now international youth, celebrating the diversity, creativity, and irreverence of Much fans by keeping them at the centre of the brand.

  • Trailer Park Boys appeal to save Nova Scotia film tax credit
    Wednesday April 01st 2015

    An attempt by the Trailer Park Boys to raise awareness about the importance of a film tax credit in Nova Scotia has caught the attention of celebrities like Snoop Dogg and helped fuel an industry movement to save the incentive ahead of the release of the provincial budget this week.[…]

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