Tag: Crave

TV & Film News – Rogers announces longterm rights deal with...

Canucks Sports & Entertainment (CSE), Rogers Communications and Sportsnet have announced a new agreement that will see the longtime partners continue to collaborate across...

TV & Film News – JOIN TV F.A.S.T. network set for...

JOIN TV (Just One Incredible Network) is set to launch Jan. 1, 2023.  The Toronto-headquartered F.A.S.T. channel and A.V.O.D network is founded by Warren...

TV & Film News – Global News introduces refreshed branding

Global News has introduced a new look and sound as the network refreshes its branding. The changes include modification of the Global News logo,...

Classic Canadiana ‘The Raccoons’ returns to small screen

Classic animated series The Raccoons is returning to the small screen with newly digitally remastered content, premiering on Crave in Canada on Oct. 8.  The restored...

TV & Film News – One in five English-speaking Canadians has...

Media Technology Monitor (MTM) has released a new report that indicates one in five English-speaking Canadians and one in six Francophones have “cut the...

TV & Film News – CBC/BET+ co-production ‘The Porter’ picks up...

CBC and BET+ co-production, The Porter, has received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Choreography for Scripted Programming (Windsor's Christian Vincent). Succession led the...

TV & Film News – Sportsnet cancels Rogers Hometown Hockey

Sportsnet has confirmed that the Rogers Hometown Hockey tour is officially retiring after eight seasons. Rogers Sports & Media declined to comment on the...

TV & Film News – Prime Video unveils new slate of...

Prime Video presented its burgeoning slate of Canadian Amazon Original productions at an event in Toronto, introducing new projects including The Sticky, an English-language...

TV & Film News – DGC BC members vote in favour...

DGC BC (Directors Guild of Canada, B.C. District Council) members have voted 92.2% in favour of a strike mandate. Held last week, the vote...

TV & Film News – Ben Proudfoot, Patrice Vermette among Canadian...

Ben Proudfoot, the Nova Scotia filmmaker behind short documentary The Queen of Basketball, was among the Canadians that claimed Oscar wins on Sunday night....

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