Tag: TV

$35M overtime class action suit launched against Cineflix Canada

A $35-million dollar class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of hundreds of reality and factual TV workers who have worked at Cineflix...

Trust In News survey finds online leading go-to for news

Canada's first-ever Trust in News survey finds that online news is the leading go-to medium for news audiences, while radio scored top points for...

ATN acquires Canadian broadcast rights for Afghanistan Premier League cricket

Asian Television Network (ATN), Canada's largest South Asian broadcaster, has acquired exclusive Canadian broadcast rights for the first-ever Afghanistan Premier League 2018 (APL 2018). ATN will broadcast all 23...

DGC and CMPA ratify new three-year deal

The Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) and the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) have ratified a new DGC-CMPA Standard Agreement. Reached in principle in July, the three-year...

CBC to air third doc in Gord Downie trilogy

CBC has announced the broadcast premiere date for Finding The Secret Path, a one-hour documentary featuring never-before-seen footage of the last year of Gord Downie’s...

CBC’s Workin’ Moms among Canadian iEmmy Award nominees

CBC sitcom Workin' Moms is among the Canadian productions nominated for a 2018 International Emmy Award or iEmmy. Announced this week, the International Academy of Television Arts &...

CTV unveils brand refresh in conjunction with fall TV launch

CTV has unveiled a simplified logo in conjunction with the launch of the 2018 Fall Season, which begins today. A cross-platform campaign calling on viewers to...

Canadian series challenging health trends set for Netflix premiere this month

A User's Guide to Cheating Death, a Canadian docuseries challenging health trends from laser fillers to holistic medicine, is set to premiere on Netflix...

CBC Gem streaming service to launch later this year

CBC has unveiled plans to launch streaming service CBC Gem, promising a less commercial, Canadian experience. Speaking at industry event Content Canada in Toronto, being...

CFC unveils details of five-year Netflix partnership

The Canadian Film Centre (CFC) and Netflix have announced the official start of a new five-year partnership in support of Canadian talent. The Netflix-CFC Global Project partnership will use a model...