Tag: Film

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

TV & Film News – Sarah Polley leads Canadian Oscar nominees

The 95th Academy Awards nominations include a number of Canadians led by Sarah Polley, who is up for Best Adapted Screenplay for Women Talking,...

TV & Film News – Tracy Moore, Lisa LaFlamme among Canadian...

Cityline host Tracy Moore, former CTV National News senior anchor Lisa LaFlamme, TVA anchor Pierre Bruneau, and late Newfoundland producer Paul Pope are among...

TV & Film News – Global News series ‘Out of Pocket’...

Global News six-part finance special, Out of Pocket, will air during local newscasts across the country from Jan. 10 to Feb. 16. With inflation...

TV & Film News – FIFA World Cup drew 24M viewers...

Bell Media says the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Final attracted an average audience of 4.8 million viewers across TSN, CTV, RDS, and Noovo,...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Vicky Eatrides has been named the new Chairperson and CEO of the CRTC, beginning her five-year appointment Jan. 5. Most recently Assistant Deputy...

Broadcasters We Lost in 2022

Remembered for their contributions to the broadcast, audio & screen industries *Printed here in order of their publication in Broadcast Dialogue's Weekly Briefing and including...

TV & Film News – CPAC’s Christa Dickenson among WIFT Crystal...

WIFT Toronto honoured five outstanding women at the 35th annual Crystal Awards Gala on Dec. 6. Established in 1988, the annual WIFT Toronto tribute...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: George Lagogianes, co-host of CP24 BREAKFAST, has announced his retirement. Lagogianes, whose 36-year broadcast career has included stops at MuchMusic, Citytv, and CBC,...

Crave inks deal to become Canadian streaming home of Sony Pictures...

Crave has announced a long-term, exclusive Pay-One window licensing agreement with Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) that will see the streamer become home to a...

TV & Film News – Pluto TV makes its debut in...

Pluto TV has made its debut in Canada, in partnership with Corus Entertainment, launching with more than 20,000 hours of free programming. The Paramount-owned...

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