Tag: Film

All things Film from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

TV & Film News – YES TV and Crossroads Christian Communications...

YES TV has announced it has acquired the Burlington, ON building originally built and established by its sister organization, Crossroads Christian Communications. The building...

TV & Film News – Super Bowl LVIII draws record audience

Super Bowl LVIII drew an audience of 19 million Canadian viewers, spurring it to set a record as the most-watched Super Bowl ever, and...

TV & Film News – 9 Story Media Group acquires Portfolio...

9 Story Media Group has acquired Portfolio Entertainment’s library, production slate, and development projects. The acquisition brings 9 Story’s total distribution library to almost...

The Weekly Briefing

BREAKING: Bell has announced it’s reducing its workforce by 4,800 positions and selling 45 of its 103 radio stations, pending CRTC approval. Representing 9% of...

TV & Film News – MEDIAPRO and Canadian Soccer Business head...

MEDIAPRO and Canadian Soccer Business (CSB) are headed to court with both sides alleging the other is unable to fulfill their part of their...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Corus Entertainment has announced restructuring of its Original Content leadership team, resulting in two internal promotions and the departure of three studio executives....

TV & Film News – Ryan Gosling, Robbie Robertson among Canadian...

Ryan Gosling, Robbie Robertson and Toronto-based filmmaker Nisha Pahuja are among the Canadians up for Oscars at the 96th Academy Awards. Announced Tuesday morning,...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Byron Garby, General Manager of National Radio Sales with Corus Entertainment, will be retiring at the end of January. Garby’s advertising career spans...

Filmmaker Norman Jewison dead at 97

Norman Jewison, the Canadian-born director of Hollywood blockbusters like Moonstruck, Fiddler on the Roof, and In the Heat of the Night, passed away Saturday....

TV & Film News – CMPA unveils Prime Time lineup

The Canadian Media Producers Association’s (CMPA) annual Prime Time summit, slated to take place Jan. 31 – Feb. 2 in Ottawa, will explore Canada’s...