Tag: Crave

TV & Film News – CBC’s The National drops four anchor...

CBC is dropping the four anchor format on flagship TV newscast The National amid its unpopularity with audiences. Adrienne Arsenault, Andrew Chang, Ian Hanomansing...

Crave evolving as bilingual service

Crave is evolving as a bilingual TV and streaming platform with plans to add 6,000 hours of new French-language content, starting Jan. 28. Bell Media’s...

Online & Digital Media News – Hakai Magazine wins big at...

Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs) for 2019 were handed out Jan. 9 in Toronto. Victoria-based Hakai Magazine was the night’s big winner claiming six...

TV & Film News – Kew Media Group parts ways with...

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...

Bell Media and Uninterrupted strike exclusive content partnership

Bell Media has struck a partnership with Uninterrupted Canada, the athlete empowerment brand now helmed by former Sportsnet president Scott Moore. Bell and Uninterrupted have...

HBO Max programming set to stream on Crave in Canada

HBO Max, Warner Media's new HBO-anchored streaming service, will launch in Canada next year thanks to an extension of Bell Media's deal with Warner...

TV & Film News – MTM says one in seven Canadians...

The Media Technology Monitor (MTM) has released two new reports: Cord Cutting and The World of Online Video. Key findings from the Cord Cutting...

TV & Film News – Super Channel bringing ‘SQUAD’ to GINX...

  Super Channel is partnering with Northern Arena Productions to bring esports and gaming culture series SQUAD to GINX Esports TV Canada. Hour-long episodes of...

TV & Film News – Rogers’ Sportsnet confirms layoffs

Rogers’ Sportsnet has confirmed it’s making an unspecified number of layoffs. The cuts, said to be primarily off-air positions, follow last week’s sudden release...

Film & TV News – More Canadians will be subscribed to...

    Convergence Research Group (CRG) says there’ll be more Canadians subscribed to OTT services, like Netflix and Crave, by next year than traditional television. The...
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