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The pubcaster’s chaotic town hall on Wednesday debated the pluses and minuses of Vice Media and its mobile-first strategy as the embattled network makes a digital turn.
Although Canadians are still watching films mainly on live TV broadcasts, new Telefilm Canada research shows PVRs, VOD, Netflix and streaming sites gaining ground.
The city’s new film sector development officer (pictured) on her plans to improve working relationships with the screen-based industries.
The pubcaster continues to look to U.K. and Australia dramas to cut programming costs and distinguish itself from rivals.
“One of the things I’ve learned is a lot of success is due to opportunity,” the veteran actor-turned-producer told Playback Daily.
Founder David C. Heath on the CITF’s year-over-year growth and what’s coming for next year. (Corner Gas cast pictured on the CITF red carpet)
Bell Media did deals with MGM, Warner Bros., BBC Worldwide and Orphan Black (pictured) producer Temple Street Productions.
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