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TV / Film / Video News from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

CBC/Radio-Canada makes new diversity commitment

CBC/Radio-Canada has pledged to ensure by 2025 that at least one of the key creative positions (producer, director, writer, showrunner or lead performer) on...

TV & Film News – Upfronts unveil 2019/20 TV schedules

Upfront presentations unveiling what’s in store for the 2019/20 TV schedules have been held by most of the major broadcasters. Corus’ presentation included the...

Amazon Prime Video Channels coming to Canada

Amazon has announced the launch of Prime Video Channels for Canada, which will allow Canadians to stream a suite of TV stations and channels...

Raptors set another NBA broadcast record in Canada

For the third time in two weeks, the Toronto Raptors have set an NBA broadcast record in Canada. Thursday night’s Game 1 of the NBA...

ACTRA and DGC launch harassment helpline

ACTRA and the Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) are jointly launching a helpline where members can report workplace and on set harassment and seek...
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TV & Film News – CMPA & WGC reach new Independent Production Agreement

The Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) and the Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) have reached an agreement in principle on the terms for a...

Sportsnet releases Toronto Raptors NBA Finals broadcast sched

Sportsnet has released its NBA Finals broadcast schedule, following the Toronto Raptors' victory Saturday night which will see the team head to the finals...

OMNI programming to remain status quo until fall 2020: Rogers

Following Thursday's CRTC decision maintaining OMNI Regional as Canada's national, multi-ethnic television service, Rogers says the service's current programming slate will remain status quo...

OMNI to remain Canada’s national multi-ethnic TV service

OMNI will remain Canada's national multi-ethnic, multilingual television service, however it will re-launch by the fall of 2020 with a larger commitment to local...

TV & Film News – Women still significantly under-employed in screen industries

The Women in View On Screen report finds that while the number of women employed on Canadian film and television productions is growing, they...
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