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  • Ontario’s Film and TV Investments Supported More than 35,000 Jobs in 2016
    Monday April 10th 2017

    Ontario’s film and TV industry supported more than 35,000 jobs in 2016 and contributed $1.7 billion to Ontario’s economy, fueled in part by significant provincial investments and the province’s highly skilled workforce. Tourism, Culture and Sport Minister Eleanor McMahon was at the William F. White Centre, a state-of-the-art professional production[…]

  • Cannes Details Plans for New Series Festival
    Tuesday April 04th 2017

    The city will host a weeklong festival with a budget of about $4.3 million. Cannes is prepping to roll out the red carpet next April, adding another splashy event to the city’s schedule with the International Series Festival set for 2018. Mayor David Lisnard quietly announced the plans back in[…]

  • Apple’s working on a new TV service that might be unlike anything we’ve seen
    Monday April 03rd 2017

    I’ve been pretty critical of Apple’s efforts in the TV space, having previously called the company’s seemingly non-existent TV strategy aimless and backwards. And with good reason, nothing Apple has done to date suggests that the company truly understands what makes for a compelling TV viewing experience. Bizarrely, Apple still[…]

  • Film and TV projects embracing escape-room trend
    Monday April 03rd 2017

    The escape-room trend has captured the attention of the film and TV worlds. The games, in which groups of players are typically locked in a room and have to solve puzzles and complete a mission to escape, are increasingly being used as a marketing tool to stand out in an[…]

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Archives for: April 20175
  • Ontario’s Film and TV Investments Supported More than 35,000 Jobs in 2016
    Monday April 10th 2017

    Ontario’s film and TV industry supported more than 35,000 jobs in 2016 and contributed $1.7 billion to Ontario’s economy, fueled in part by significant provincial investments and the province’s highly skilled workforce. Tourism, Culture and Sport Minister Eleanor McMahon was at the William F. White Centre, a state-of-the-art professional production[…]

  • Cannes Details Plans for New Series Festival
    Tuesday April 04th 2017

    The city will host a weeklong festival with a budget of about $4.3 million. Cannes is prepping to roll out the red carpet next April, adding another splashy event to the city’s schedule with the International Series Festival set for 2018. Mayor David Lisnard quietly announced the plans back in[…]

  • Apple’s working on a new TV service that might be unlike anything we’ve seen
    Monday April 03rd 2017

    I’ve been pretty critical of Apple’s efforts in the TV space, having previously called the company’s seemingly non-existent TV strategy aimless and backwards. And with good reason, nothing Apple has done to date suggests that the company truly understands what makes for a compelling TV viewing experience. Bizarrely, Apple still[…]

  • Film and TV projects embracing escape-room trend
    Monday April 03rd 2017

    The escape-room trend has captured the attention of the film and TV worlds. The games, in which groups of players are typically locked in a room and have to solve puzzles and complete a mission to escape, are increasingly being used as a marketing tool to stand out in an[…]

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Archives for: April 20175
  • Ontario’s Film and TV Investments Supported More than 35,000 Jobs in 2016
    Monday April 10th 2017

    Ontario’s film and TV industry supported more than 35,000 jobs in 2016 and contributed $1.7 billion to Ontario’s economy, fueled in part by significant provincial investments and the province’s highly skilled workforce. Tourism, Culture and Sport Minister Eleanor McMahon was at the William F. White Centre, a state-of-the-art professional production[…]

  • Cannes Details Plans for New Series Festival
    Tuesday April 04th 2017

    The city will host a weeklong festival with a budget of about $4.3 million. Cannes is prepping to roll out the red carpet next April, adding another splashy event to the city’s schedule with the International Series Festival set for 2018. Mayor David Lisnard quietly announced the plans back in[…]

  • Apple’s working on a new TV service that might be unlike anything we’ve seen
    Monday April 03rd 2017

    I’ve been pretty critical of Apple’s efforts in the TV space, having previously called the company’s seemingly non-existent TV strategy aimless and backwards. And with good reason, nothing Apple has done to date suggests that the company truly understands what makes for a compelling TV viewing experience. Bizarrely, Apple still[…]

  • Film and TV projects embracing escape-room trend
    Monday April 03rd 2017

    The escape-room trend has captured the attention of the film and TV worlds. The games, in which groups of players are typically locked in a room and have to solve puzzles and complete a mission to escape, are increasingly being used as a marketing tool to stand out in an[…]

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