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  • More BBC licence fee cuts could cost 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
    Friday August 28th 2015

    The BBC director general, Tony Hall, has warned that further cuts to the corporation’s funding and remit could result in more than 30,000 job losses across the TV industry. Speaking ahead of a keynote speech by the culture secretary, John Whittingdale, at the Guardian Edinburgh International TV festival that is[…]

  • Film Nova Scotia launched to promote province as film destination
    Thursday August 27th 2015

    Filmmakers in Nova Scotia have launched a new website to give film producers access to photos and information about the province. Those behind the project called Film Nova Scotia say it’s all in an effort to promote Nova Scotia as a choice for film television and commercial production. “There has[…]

  • TV Is Not the New Film, But It’s OK That Festivals Are Blurring the Lines
    Thursday August 27th 2015

    Looks like Toronto is the latest film festival to add a television section to its lineup. These days, everywhere from Sundance to SXSW to the Canadian “festival of festivals,” smallscreen content is getting a big push, which is intriguing — and even ironic — for all sorts of reasons (ironic[…]

  • TIFF 2015: Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner and more slated for Q&A sessions
    Tuesday August 25th 2015

    Movie stars Julianne Moore and Salma Hayek, comedian Sarah Silverman and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner are among the celebrities set to discuss their careers with audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival, it was confirmed on Tuesday. TIFF organizers say the intimate Q&A sessions — dubbed “In Conversation With”[…]

  • Bell Media hires Universal Music Canada CEO to be head of entertainment
    Tuesday August 25th 2015

    Bell Media has named former Universal Music Canada executive Randy Lennox as president of entertainment production and broadcasting, a new position responsible for a wide range of television, digital and radio operations. Lennox has 25 years experience in the entertainment industry, including as president and CEO of Universal Music. The[…]

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Archives for: August 20155
  • More BBC licence fee cuts could cost 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
    Friday August 28th 2015

    The BBC director general, Tony Hall, has warned that further cuts to the corporation’s funding and remit could result in more than 30,000 job losses across the TV industry. Speaking ahead of a keynote speech by the culture secretary, John Whittingdale, at the Guardian Edinburgh International TV festival that is[…]

  • Film Nova Scotia launched to promote province as film destination
    Thursday August 27th 2015

    Filmmakers in Nova Scotia have launched a new website to give film producers access to photos and information about the province. Those behind the project called Film Nova Scotia say it’s all in an effort to promote Nova Scotia as a choice for film television and commercial production. “There has[…]

  • TV Is Not the New Film, But It’s OK That Festivals Are Blurring the Lines
    Thursday August 27th 2015

    Looks like Toronto is the latest film festival to add a television section to its lineup. These days, everywhere from Sundance to SXSW to the Canadian “festival of festivals,” smallscreen content is getting a big push, which is intriguing — and even ironic — for all sorts of reasons (ironic[…]

  • TIFF 2015: Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner and more slated for Q&A sessions
    Tuesday August 25th 2015

    Movie stars Julianne Moore and Salma Hayek, comedian Sarah Silverman and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner are among the celebrities set to discuss their careers with audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival, it was confirmed on Tuesday. TIFF organizers say the intimate Q&A sessions — dubbed “In Conversation With”[…]

  • Bell Media hires Universal Music Canada CEO to be head of entertainment
    Tuesday August 25th 2015

    Bell Media has named former Universal Music Canada executive Randy Lennox as president of entertainment production and broadcasting, a new position responsible for a wide range of television, digital and radio operations. Lennox has 25 years experience in the entertainment industry, including as president and CEO of Universal Music. The[…]

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Archives for: August 20155
  • More BBC licence fee cuts could cost 32,000 jobs, warns Tony Hall
    Friday August 28th 2015

    The BBC director general, Tony Hall, has warned that further cuts to the corporation’s funding and remit could result in more than 30,000 job losses across the TV industry. Speaking ahead of a keynote speech by the culture secretary, John Whittingdale, at the Guardian Edinburgh International TV festival that is[…]

  • Film Nova Scotia launched to promote province as film destination
    Thursday August 27th 2015

    Filmmakers in Nova Scotia have launched a new website to give film producers access to photos and information about the province. Those behind the project called Film Nova Scotia say it’s all in an effort to promote Nova Scotia as a choice for film television and commercial production. “There has[…]

  • TV Is Not the New Film, But It’s OK That Festivals Are Blurring the Lines
    Thursday August 27th 2015

    Looks like Toronto is the latest film festival to add a television section to its lineup. These days, everywhere from Sundance to SXSW to the Canadian “festival of festivals,” smallscreen content is getting a big push, which is intriguing — and even ironic — for all sorts of reasons (ironic[…]

  • TIFF 2015: Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner and more slated for Q&A sessions
    Tuesday August 25th 2015

    Movie stars Julianne Moore and Salma Hayek, comedian Sarah Silverman and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner are among the celebrities set to discuss their careers with audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival, it was confirmed on Tuesday. TIFF organizers say the intimate Q&A sessions — dubbed “In Conversation With”[…]

  • Bell Media hires Universal Music Canada CEO to be head of entertainment
    Tuesday August 25th 2015

    Bell Media has named former Universal Music Canada executive Randy Lennox as president of entertainment production and broadcasting, a new position responsible for a wide range of television, digital and radio operations. Lennox has 25 years experience in the entertainment industry, including as president and CEO of Universal Music. The[…]

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