Tag: TV

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Nathalie Théberge has been appointed Vice-Chairperson of the CRTC, starting April 3. The longtime civil servant steps into the vacancy created by Alicia Barin’s...

TV & Film News – YES TV and Crossroads Christian Communications...

YES TV has announced it has acquired the Burlington, ON building originally built and established by its sister organization, Crossroads Christian Communications. The building...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Bell Media layoffs hitting local CTV News bureaus continued last week with those announcing their departures including Creeson Agecoutay, Atlantic Bureau Chief, CTV...

BCAB announces annual Awards of Excellence winners

The BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) has announced its annual Awards of Excellence, recognizing the "Best in Province" for radio and television commercials, station...

TV & Film News – Super Bowl LVIII draws record audience

Super Bowl LVIII drew an audience of 19 million Canadian viewers, spurring it to set a record as the most-watched Super Bowl ever, and...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Bell Media layoffs have largely come at the expense of those working at its television properties, as BCE proceeds with a workforce reduction...

Bell Media layoffs hit television hardest thus far

The extent of job losses at Bell Media is becoming clearer as parent company BCE proceeds with the layoff of 4,800 employees. Thus far, it...

TV & Film News – 9 Story Media Group acquires Portfolio...

9 Story Media Group has acquired Portfolio Entertainment’s library, production slate, and development projects. The acquisition brings 9 Story’s total distribution library to almost...

The Weekly Briefing

BREAKING: Bell has announced it’s reducing its workforce by 4,800 positions and selling 45 of its 103 radio stations, pending CRTC approval. Representing 9% of...

TV & Film News – MEDIAPRO and Canadian Soccer Business head...

MEDIAPRO and Canadian Soccer Business (CSB) are headed to court with both sides alleging the other is unable to fulfill their part of their...