Bell Media rolls out CTV GO
The free mobile and desktop app will allow for live and on-demand viewing.
Nathalie Cook named VP of sales for TSN
Cook (pictured) replaces Joe Carter, who retired in September, and takes her post effective immediately.
Fall TV: We Are Men gets axed
Elsewhere, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Blacklist have been picked up for full seasons, while Fox’s Sleepy Hollow nabbed a second season run.
Stanfield’s exposes talent with the Comedy Network
The male-targeted brand and the specialty channel are launching a nationwide talent search that asks Canadians to audition in their underwear to win a $5000 grand prize and the opportunity to develop a pilot with the channel.
Stingray Digital inks deal with Universal Music Group
The company’s EVP Eric Albert talks rolling out new services and growth plans for Canada.
‘Played’ spotlighted in CTV’s fall campaign
CTV marketing exec Alanna Barkley breaks down the channel’s fall TV media campaign, which focuses on the Canadian cop drama and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
ZoomerMedia launches HopeTV
The company has rebranded Winnipeg-based Joytv11 to focus on Christian programming like Joyce Meyer (pictured).
Teletoon rocks out with online game for Grojband
The game, created with Secret Location, lets players earn guitar picks as in-game currency, create custom scene transitions and includes a contest tie-in.
CTV’s MasterChef Canada starts cooking
Proper Television is producing the homegrown format of the competition cooking series, which is led by a trio of Canadian chef judges, announced today.
The 2013 10 To Watch: Chloe Robichaud
At just 25 years old, the Quebec-based director is already a festival veteran, with her latest, Sarah Prefere la Course, premiering at TIFF this week.
The 2013 10 To Watch: Patrick O’Sullivan
The production development exec, who has worked at CTV, the CFC and CBC, is now launching New Metric Media with producer (and 2012 10 to Watch-er) Mark Montefiore.
Selling the second screen: The Project: Guatemala
Rogers Media exec Kamaldi Badlu discusses the marketing and sales strategy behind online after-show that will support the OLN reality series.