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  • Apple Music Buys ‘Carpool Karaoke’ TV Series
    Thursday July 28th 2016

    Apple has emerged as the surprise buyer of the unscripted TV series based on the “Carpool Karaoke” segment of CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” The tech giant’s Apple Music service will distribute the series to its members in 100 countries worldwide. Apple sees the show as a[…]

  • Verizon Announces $4.83 Billion Yahoo Acquisition
    Wednesday July 27th 2016

    The waiting game is over: Verizon officially announced an agreement to acquire Yahoo’s flagging Internet search, media, communications and advertising business for $4.83 billion in cash. If it’s not exactly a match made in heaven, it’s a marriage of opportunity for both parties. Verizon will combine the operations of AOL[…]

  • 2016 Toronto International Film Festival announces lineup
    Tuesday July 26th 2016

    On Tuesday, the Toronto International Film Festival revealed a partial lineup for its much-anticipated 41st edition – which is set to screen nearly 400 films between September 8th and 18th. Though far from a complete slate, the 17 galas and 48 special presentations announced run the expected gamut from Oscar[…]

  • Star Trek sequel adds to stellar year for BC, Canada film industry
    Tuesday July 26th 2016

    With the filming of the newly released Star Trek Beyond alone contributing C$69 million (US$52 million) to the BC economy over a 78-day period last year, the film industry in Hollywood North is entering warp speed. Beyond the heavy-duty lure of tax benefits, industry leaders cite British Columbia’s skilled labour[…]

  • U.S. film company wins half-million-dollar contract for Royal Alberta Museum
    Monday July 25th 2016

    When the new Royal Alberta Museum opens its doors to the public sometime towards the end of 2017, it will feature state-of-the-art exhibitions depicting Alberta’s human and natural history. But for some local production companies, the new museum represents a lost opportunity to secure a half-million-dollar contract and gain valuable[…]

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  • Apple Music Buys ‘Carpool Karaoke’ TV Series
    Thursday July 28th 2016

    Apple has emerged as the surprise buyer of the unscripted TV series based on the “Carpool Karaoke” segment of CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” The tech giant’s Apple Music service will distribute the series to its members in 100 countries worldwide. Apple sees the show as a[…]

  • Verizon Announces $4.83 Billion Yahoo Acquisition
    Wednesday July 27th 2016

    The waiting game is over: Verizon officially announced an agreement to acquire Yahoo’s flagging Internet search, media, communications and advertising business for $4.83 billion in cash. If it’s not exactly a match made in heaven, it’s a marriage of opportunity for both parties. Verizon will combine the operations of AOL[…]

  • 2016 Toronto International Film Festival announces lineup
    Tuesday July 26th 2016

    On Tuesday, the Toronto International Film Festival revealed a partial lineup for its much-anticipated 41st edition – which is set to screen nearly 400 films between September 8th and 18th. Though far from a complete slate, the 17 galas and 48 special presentations announced run the expected gamut from Oscar[…]

  • Star Trek sequel adds to stellar year for BC, Canada film industry
    Tuesday July 26th 2016

    With the filming of the newly released Star Trek Beyond alone contributing C$69 million (US$52 million) to the BC economy over a 78-day period last year, the film industry in Hollywood North is entering warp speed. Beyond the heavy-duty lure of tax benefits, industry leaders cite British Columbia’s skilled labour[…]

  • U.S. film company wins half-million-dollar contract for Royal Alberta Museum
    Monday July 25th 2016

    When the new Royal Alberta Museum opens its doors to the public sometime towards the end of 2017, it will feature state-of-the-art exhibitions depicting Alberta’s human and natural history. But for some local production companies, the new museum represents a lost opportunity to secure a half-million-dollar contract and gain valuable[…]

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Archives for: July 20165
  • Apple Music Buys ‘Carpool Karaoke’ TV Series
    Thursday July 28th 2016

    Apple has emerged as the surprise buyer of the unscripted TV series based on the “Carpool Karaoke” segment of CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” The tech giant’s Apple Music service will distribute the series to its members in 100 countries worldwide. Apple sees the show as a[…]

  • Verizon Announces $4.83 Billion Yahoo Acquisition
    Wednesday July 27th 2016

    The waiting game is over: Verizon officially announced an agreement to acquire Yahoo’s flagging Internet search, media, communications and advertising business for $4.83 billion in cash. If it’s not exactly a match made in heaven, it’s a marriage of opportunity for both parties. Verizon will combine the operations of AOL[…]

  • 2016 Toronto International Film Festival announces lineup
    Tuesday July 26th 2016

    On Tuesday, the Toronto International Film Festival revealed a partial lineup for its much-anticipated 41st edition – which is set to screen nearly 400 films between September 8th and 18th. Though far from a complete slate, the 17 galas and 48 special presentations announced run the expected gamut from Oscar[…]

  • Star Trek sequel adds to stellar year for BC, Canada film industry
    Tuesday July 26th 2016

    With the filming of the newly released Star Trek Beyond alone contributing C$69 million (US$52 million) to the BC economy over a 78-day period last year, the film industry in Hollywood North is entering warp speed. Beyond the heavy-duty lure of tax benefits, industry leaders cite British Columbia’s skilled labour[…]

  • U.S. film company wins half-million-dollar contract for Royal Alberta Museum
    Monday July 25th 2016

    When the new Royal Alberta Museum opens its doors to the public sometime towards the end of 2017, it will feature state-of-the-art exhibitions depicting Alberta’s human and natural history. But for some local production companies, the new museum represents a lost opportunity to secure a half-million-dollar contract and gain valuable[…]

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