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Cameras rolling in N.S., P.E.I. on new CBC original comedy Cavendish

Cameras are rolling on Season 1 of new original comedy series Cavendish, set to premiere in winter 2019 on CBC. The half-hour series is shooting...

Jim Pattison Broadcast Group to acquire Fabmar Communications

The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group (JPBG) is poised to acquire Fabmar Communications and its four radio station licences in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan. Subject to CRTC...

iHeartRadio Canada Podcast Network now on Spotify

Bell Media's iHeartRadio Canada Podcast Network has expanded its reach, announcing its podcasts are now available to listeners on Spotify. Right now, the Top 10 Bell Media-produced...

VICE partners with STACK on new youth money platform

VICE Media has announced a partnership with youth-geared financial services app STACK on a new platform that promises to bridge the gap between lifestyle and finances. FREE—MONEY BY VICE is...

Telus first to offer 24-hour Travelxp 4K HDR channel in Canada

Telus says the Travelxp 4K HDR channel marks the first time a 24/7 HDR channel is available in Canada. Now available to Telus Optik TV customers...

TLN acquires Canadian broadcast rights to Italy’s Serie A soccer

TLN Media Group has acquired the Canadian rights for Serie A, Italy’s top division of soccer. The multi-year deal with IMG Media, the league’s international...

JHR Opens Nominations For Achievement In Human Rights Reporting

Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) has opened the 2018 call for nominations for its annual Achievement In Human Rights Reporting Award. The Toronto-based non-profit is...

Facebook remains most popular social network among Canadian anglophones

The Media Technology Monitor's (MTM) latest report indicates 72 per cent of Canadian anglophones are now using an online social network at least once a...

Canada top location for feature films in 2017

Canada was the number one production location for feature films in 2017 for the first time, according to a new report from FilmL.A., the...

Radio-Canada to test Journalistic Sources Protection Act before SCOC

Radio-Canada, the French-language arm of the CBC, will test the federal Journalistic Sources Protection Act before the country's highest court. The Supreme Court of Canada...
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