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  • Sudbury film industry needs northern workers — stat!
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    The film industry continues to grow in Northern Ontario, thanks to tax credits for films shot in the north. As more movies are produced, the demand for northerners who serve that industry grows too. Four years ago, Sudbury’s Christina Tarini gave up her catering business to operate a full-time food[…]

  • Nielsen to the TV industry: Everything is fine, go on about your business
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    With all of the attention that online video gets—whether it’s the rise of Facebook FB 0.94% as a video platform, or the growing phenomenon of “cord cutting,” and streaming or downloading—the traditional TV industry seems to have a bit of a chip on its shoulder. The latest Total Audience Report from Nielsen[…]

  • B.C.’s film industry: From doom and gloom to major boom
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    Actor Ellie Harvie is feeling good about this year. She played three guest-star roles recently — a medical examiner and two coroners — and she’s awaiting word on whether her YTV sitcom Some Assembly Required will be coming back for another season. But a couple of years ago it was[…]

  • Outdoor film festivals to check out around Toronto this summer
    Monday June 22nd 2015

    Keep your ears perked on a summer evening walk across many parts of Toronto, and chances are you’ll hear snatches of familiar dialogue. Follow those sounds, and you’ll likely find an outdoor film screening, usually free to all. From projector size screenings on church and art gallery grounds, to neighborhood[…]

  • TV industry’s turmoil leaves big show production on the sidelines
    Monday June 22nd 2015

    The television industry may be in turmoil, but there’s still one thing that hasn’t changed: Ad people sure love their booze. That, at least, was the inescapable conclusion for anyone trying to nudge their way through the crowded lobby of the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in downtown Toronto[…]

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Archives for: June 20155
  • Sudbury film industry needs northern workers — stat!
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    The film industry continues to grow in Northern Ontario, thanks to tax credits for films shot in the north. As more movies are produced, the demand for northerners who serve that industry grows too. Four years ago, Sudbury’s Christina Tarini gave up her catering business to operate a full-time food[…]

  • Nielsen to the TV industry: Everything is fine, go on about your business
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    With all of the attention that online video gets—whether it’s the rise of Facebook FB 0.94% as a video platform, or the growing phenomenon of “cord cutting,” and streaming or downloading—the traditional TV industry seems to have a bit of a chip on its shoulder. The latest Total Audience Report from Nielsen[…]

  • B.C.’s film industry: From doom and gloom to major boom
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    Actor Ellie Harvie is feeling good about this year. She played three guest-star roles recently — a medical examiner and two coroners — and she’s awaiting word on whether her YTV sitcom Some Assembly Required will be coming back for another season. But a couple of years ago it was[…]

  • Outdoor film festivals to check out around Toronto this summer
    Monday June 22nd 2015

    Keep your ears perked on a summer evening walk across many parts of Toronto, and chances are you’ll hear snatches of familiar dialogue. Follow those sounds, and you’ll likely find an outdoor film screening, usually free to all. From projector size screenings on church and art gallery grounds, to neighborhood[…]

  • TV industry’s turmoil leaves big show production on the sidelines
    Monday June 22nd 2015

    The television industry may be in turmoil, but there’s still one thing that hasn’t changed: Ad people sure love their booze. That, at least, was the inescapable conclusion for anyone trying to nudge their way through the crowded lobby of the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in downtown Toronto[…]

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Archives for: June 20155
  • Sudbury film industry needs northern workers — stat!
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    The film industry continues to grow in Northern Ontario, thanks to tax credits for films shot in the north. As more movies are produced, the demand for northerners who serve that industry grows too. Four years ago, Sudbury’s Christina Tarini gave up her catering business to operate a full-time food[…]

  • Nielsen to the TV industry: Everything is fine, go on about your business
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    With all of the attention that online video gets—whether it’s the rise of Facebook FB 0.94% as a video platform, or the growing phenomenon of “cord cutting,” and streaming or downloading—the traditional TV industry seems to have a bit of a chip on its shoulder. The latest Total Audience Report from Nielsen[…]

  • B.C.’s film industry: From doom and gloom to major boom
    Wednesday June 24th 2015

    Actor Ellie Harvie is feeling good about this year. She played three guest-star roles recently — a medical examiner and two coroners — and she’s awaiting word on whether her YTV sitcom Some Assembly Required will be coming back for another season. But a couple of years ago it was[…]

  • Outdoor film festivals to check out around Toronto this summer
    Monday June 22nd 2015

    Keep your ears perked on a summer evening walk across many parts of Toronto, and chances are you’ll hear snatches of familiar dialogue. Follow those sounds, and you’ll likely find an outdoor film screening, usually free to all. From projector size screenings on church and art gallery grounds, to neighborhood[…]

  • TV industry’s turmoil leaves big show production on the sidelines
    Monday June 22nd 2015

    The television industry may be in turmoil, but there’s still one thing that hasn’t changed: Ad people sure love their booze. That, at least, was the inescapable conclusion for anyone trying to nudge their way through the crowded lobby of the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in downtown Toronto[…]

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