Tag: TV

CTV unveils brand refresh in conjunction with fall TV launch

CTV has unveiled a simplified logo in conjunction with the launch of the 2018 Fall Season, which begins today. A cross-platform campaign calling on viewers to...

Canadian series challenging health trends set for Netflix premiere this month

A User's Guide to Cheating Death, a Canadian docuseries challenging health trends from laser fillers to holistic medicine, is set to premiere on Netflix...

CBC Gem streaming service to launch later this year

CBC has unveiled plans to launch streaming service CBC Gem, promising a less commercial, Canadian experience. Speaking at industry event Content Canada in Toronto, being...

CFC unveils details of five-year Netflix partnership

The Canadian Film Centre (CFC) and Netflix have announced the official start of a new five-year partnership in support of Canadian talent. The Netflix-CFC Global Project partnership will use a model...

Cardinal, Alias Grace lead DGC TV Award nominees

Cardinal and Alias Grace lead the nominations for The Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) 2018 DGC Awards for Television Series, Movies for Television and...

Citytv unveils fall schedule highlighted by Murphy Brown revival

Citytv has released its fall schedule anchored by Candice Bergen’s return as broadcast news legend Murphy Brown (Sept. 27). The network has picked up the CBS...

Lise Payette, Quebec media personality and former cabinet minister, dead at...

Lise Payette, Quebec radio and television personality, provincial cabinet minister and feminist trailblazer died peacefully at her home Wednesday evening. She was 87. Born in Verdun,...

CTV confirms fall premiere dates

CTV has confirmed its fall premiere dates with its 2018/2019 television season kicking off with the 70th Emmy Awards on Sept. 17. Other hotly-anticipated...

Carcasole named Global News weekend anchor

Global Toronto reporter Mark Carcasole has been named the new Global News weekend anchor, effective Sept. 15. Carcasole will anchor the weekend 6 p.m. and...

CMF says women now helm 40 per cent of TV productions...

The Canada Media Fund (CMF) has released its annual report for the 2017/18 fiscal year, saying women now hold 40 per cent of leadership...
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