The anatomy of a Netflix deal
It seems everyone wants to sign with the SVOD. But how to do it? And what does it mean? We break down how people are scoring deals with the platform.
Much Digital Studios launches first original series
The Bell Media-owned MCN is looking to showcase its production power with Dan for a Week.
Elevation Pictures conducts first Snapchat movie campaign
The teen drama Before I Fall, which grossed $4.95 million in North America in its opening weekend, was promoted through a three-step Snapchat campaign.
VR spend on rise, but Canadians sticking with actual reality: study
The country’s spend on virtual and augmented reality will grow more than 535% this year, but it still lags behind most global regions.
How does YouTube stack up in Canada?
The Google-owned giant announced that users consume one billion hours of video per day on the platform globally.
Super Channel to launch 24-hour e-sports offering
With the global competitive gaming market expected to hit $1.92 billion by 2018, Super Channel is looking to get in on the action while bringing its age demo down.
Letterkenny lands post-Super Bowl slot
Bell Media hopes the CraveTV series will help drive viewers to the Canadian broadcast amid simsub fallout.
Makeful announces mid-season line-up, adds original online content
With subscription rates flat since its rebrand, the Blue Ant Media channel is aiming to make an impact online.
Torontonians over-index on tablets, Montrealers love online video: Study
MTM’s new study on tech and media trends across various Canadian markets shows that where you live in the country might say something about your tech habits.
OUTtv focuses on international expansion with new ownership
Stern Partners will invest in the company as it looks to expand its LGBTQ-friendly content and OTT platform across the border.
Highway Thru Hell spin-off hits ratings record for Discovery
Heavy Rescue 401 delivered the most-watched premiere in the network’s history, with more than 3.3 million viewers to date.
Television advertising to remain flat, tablets to tank: study
Deloitte has released its annual media and technology predictions and the big winner (sort of) is linear TV.