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TV & Film News – Short films backed by Canadian talent among Oscar nominees

Brotherhood and St. Louis Superman - two short films backed by Canadian talent are among this year’s Oscar nominees. Brotherhood, co-produced by Quebec’s Maria...

TSN, RDS claim broadcast rights for new 3ICE hockey league

TSN and RDS have picked up the Canadian broadcast rights for 3ICE, a new independent three-on-three professional hockey league set to make its debut...

Catherine O’Hara to receive 2020 ACTRA National Award of Excellence

Schitt's Creek star and SCTV alum Catherine O'Hara has been named the recipient of the 2020 ACTRA National Award of Excellence, which annually recognizes...

Short films backed by Canadian talent among Oscar nominees

Two short films backed by Canadian talent are among this year's Oscar nominees. Brotherhood, co-produced by Quebec's Maria Gracia Turgeon and directed by Montreal-based filmmaker...

TV & Film News – Kelowna data suppressed in Numeris Fall 2019 TV Diary...

Numeris' Fall 2019 TV Diary Release indicates that Canadians are spending an average of 15.7 to 22.4 hours per week watching television. The Fall...

TSN, RDS secure Hockey Canada broadcast rights through 2033-34

Hockey Canada has announced a long-term media rights agreement with TSN and RDS through the 2033-34 season. The extension ensures that Bell Media's English and...

Canadian ads will be back for 2020 Super Bowl following SCOC ruling

The Supreme Court of Canada (SCOC) has quashed a CRTC order that has prohibited simultaneous substitution of American ads during the Super Bowl since 2017. In...

TV & Film News – Kew Media Group parts ways with CFO, announces strategic...

Kew Media Group has parted ways with Chief Financial Officer Geoff Webb and announced a strategic review, following what the publicly-traded content producer and...

Michael O’Byrne retiring as Ottawa’s longest-serving TV anchor

Ottawa's longest-serving TV news anchor, Michael O'Byrne, will deliver his final newscast tomorrow. CTV Ottawa has announced that O'Byrne is retiring after 38 years with...

APTN to air minimum of six Cree-language NHL games per season

Jean La Rose says he hopes to hear more cries of "kociw osihew, pihtokwahew!" - Cree for "he shoots, he scores" - across the...
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