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  • Disney Invests $1 Billion in MLB’s Streaming Business, BAMTech
    Monday August 15th 2016

    Walt Disney officially owns a large stake in Major League Baseball’s streaming technology business, BAMTech. The entertainment and media conglomerate confirmed Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire a 33 percent stake in BAMTech for $1 billion. The deal, expected since reports first surfaced in late June and announced with[…]

  • eOne Turns Down ITV’s $1.3B Takeover Offer
    Monday August 15th 2016

    Entertainment One has rejected a takeover bid from growing U.K. TV group ITV worth £1 billion ($1.3 billion). “The board of eOne has reviewed the proposal and has unanimously rejected it on the basis that it fundamentally undervalues the company and its prospects,” eOne said Wednesday in a statement. News[…]

  • TIFF renews Platform for under the radar, ‘artistically ambitious’ films
    Sunday August 14th 2016

    Last year, the Toronto International Film Festival unveiled its inaugural Platform lineup, a juried program designed to highlight “artistically ambitious” films from global auteurs that might otherwise be overshadowed by TIFF’s shinier, more star-studded offerings. Although the winner of 2015’s program and its $25,000 cash reward – Alan Zweig’s captivating[…]

  • Comic-Con Preview: Networks Boost Presence as Film Studios Take a Back Seat
    Wednesday August 10th 2016

    ou need look no further than the sudden surge of Pokémon Go to know that geek is the new chic. With genre TV shows like “Mr. Robot” finally earning Emmy recognition, fan culture has officially gone mainstream. Nowhere is that trend more evident than at San Diego Comic-Con, the annual[…]

  • Film industry in northern Ontario thrives
    Tuesday August 09th 2016

    It’s fairly common these days to see film crews blocking off entire Sudbury streets. Many production companies have set up shop to take advantage of a low loonie, generous tax rebates, and a skilled workforce. But are those the only reasons why the industry continues to thrive in the north?[…]

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Archives for: August 20165
  • Disney Invests $1 Billion in MLB’s Streaming Business, BAMTech
    Monday August 15th 2016

    Walt Disney officially owns a large stake in Major League Baseball’s streaming technology business, BAMTech. The entertainment and media conglomerate confirmed Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire a 33 percent stake in BAMTech for $1 billion. The deal, expected since reports first surfaced in late June and announced with[…]

  • eOne Turns Down ITV’s $1.3B Takeover Offer
    Monday August 15th 2016

    Entertainment One has rejected a takeover bid from growing U.K. TV group ITV worth £1 billion ($1.3 billion). “The board of eOne has reviewed the proposal and has unanimously rejected it on the basis that it fundamentally undervalues the company and its prospects,” eOne said Wednesday in a statement. News[…]

  • TIFF renews Platform for under the radar, ‘artistically ambitious’ films
    Sunday August 14th 2016

    Last year, the Toronto International Film Festival unveiled its inaugural Platform lineup, a juried program designed to highlight “artistically ambitious” films from global auteurs that might otherwise be overshadowed by TIFF’s shinier, more star-studded offerings. Although the winner of 2015’s program and its $25,000 cash reward – Alan Zweig’s captivating[…]

  • Comic-Con Preview: Networks Boost Presence as Film Studios Take a Back Seat
    Wednesday August 10th 2016

    ou need look no further than the sudden surge of Pokémon Go to know that geek is the new chic. With genre TV shows like “Mr. Robot” finally earning Emmy recognition, fan culture has officially gone mainstream. Nowhere is that trend more evident than at San Diego Comic-Con, the annual[…]

  • Film industry in northern Ontario thrives
    Tuesday August 09th 2016

    It’s fairly common these days to see film crews blocking off entire Sudbury streets. Many production companies have set up shop to take advantage of a low loonie, generous tax rebates, and a skilled workforce. But are those the only reasons why the industry continues to thrive in the north?[…]

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Archives for: August 20165
  • Disney Invests $1 Billion in MLB’s Streaming Business, BAMTech
    Monday August 15th 2016

    Walt Disney officially owns a large stake in Major League Baseball’s streaming technology business, BAMTech. The entertainment and media conglomerate confirmed Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire a 33 percent stake in BAMTech for $1 billion. The deal, expected since reports first surfaced in late June and announced with[…]

  • eOne Turns Down ITV’s $1.3B Takeover Offer
    Monday August 15th 2016

    Entertainment One has rejected a takeover bid from growing U.K. TV group ITV worth £1 billion ($1.3 billion). “The board of eOne has reviewed the proposal and has unanimously rejected it on the basis that it fundamentally undervalues the company and its prospects,” eOne said Wednesday in a statement. News[…]

  • TIFF renews Platform for under the radar, ‘artistically ambitious’ films
    Sunday August 14th 2016

    Last year, the Toronto International Film Festival unveiled its inaugural Platform lineup, a juried program designed to highlight “artistically ambitious” films from global auteurs that might otherwise be overshadowed by TIFF’s shinier, more star-studded offerings. Although the winner of 2015’s program and its $25,000 cash reward – Alan Zweig’s captivating[…]

  • Comic-Con Preview: Networks Boost Presence as Film Studios Take a Back Seat
    Wednesday August 10th 2016

    ou need look no further than the sudden surge of Pokémon Go to know that geek is the new chic. With genre TV shows like “Mr. Robot” finally earning Emmy recognition, fan culture has officially gone mainstream. Nowhere is that trend more evident than at San Diego Comic-Con, the annual[…]

  • Film industry in northern Ontario thrives
    Tuesday August 09th 2016

    It’s fairly common these days to see film crews blocking off entire Sudbury streets. Many production companies have set up shop to take advantage of a low loonie, generous tax rebates, and a skilled workforce. But are those the only reasons why the industry continues to thrive in the north?[…]

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