Tag: Digital

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

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: ‘In Conversation’ with Ron MacLean

On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Ron MacLean talks about the new digital series, In Conversation with Ron MacLean, he's hosting...

Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Jeff Collier is the new Global News National Managing Editor – Weekends. Collier has been with Global since 2015, most recently as Executive...

Global launches digital-only ‘Global News Weekend’

Global is launching Global News Weekend this Saturday, a new morning show co-hosted by Aalia Adam and Mike Arsenault, that will stream exclusively on...

Online & Digital Media News – Netflix adds 16M subscribers in...

Netflix added nearly 16 million subscribers in the first three months of the year as sheltering-in-place orders took hold in the U.S., Canada and...

Online & Digital Media News – Quebec’s Guzzo Cinemas launches VOD...

Guzzo Cinemas, the largest chain of independent movie theatres in Quebec, has launched Cinémas Guzzo Streaming, a pay-to-watch video on demand (VOD) service. Offered...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Isabelle Picard, a Huron-Wendat ethnologist and First Nations expert, has been appointed Senior Specialist in Indigenous Affairs on Radio-Canada’s Community Inclusion team. ‌Picard‌...

CBC launches $2M Creative Relief Fund

CBC has launched a Creative Relief Fund that will make $2 million in development and production funding available to Canadian storytellers. The fund is aimed...

Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Katie Wilson has joined WildBrain Television as Vice President, Channels and Curation. In the newly-created position, she'll be responsible for curating content and...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Reshmi Nair, Heather Butts, Lindsay Hamilton and Kayla Grey have been named as the new hosts behind Bell Media’s ‘Daily Essentials’ content for...

Online & Digital Media News – Netflix agrees to reduce video...

Netflix has agreed to reduce the default quality of its video in Canada, following an appeal by the Canadian Network Operators Consortium, Canadian Communication...

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