Katie Bailey

Katie Bailey (@katie_bailey) is the editor and content director at Playback. Following previous stints at sister Brunico publication Media in Canada and at Playback, she returned to Playback in 2013 to take on the content director role. She'd feel more guilty about the amount of TV she watches on a daily basis, but hey, it's work.

Contact Katie by sending an email to kbailey@brunico.com

Articles by Katie Bailey


Orphan Black’s third season goes into production

TV

The hit series’ third season is now shooting in Toronto in studio and on location.



Playback 2014 Canadian Film & Television Hall of Fame: Denise Robert

FILM

From Playback magazine: A profile on our first 2014 inductee Denise Robert, who has forged a legacy of success in Canadian filmmaking that is rivalled by very, very few.



Premiere week: City’s success with Scorpion, Gotham powers CTV

TV

Glossy new dramas kick off premiere week in Canada, while returning series – including Saving Hope (pictured) – are slightly down year-over-year.



Programmer profile: Discovery Canada’s Edwina Follows

TV

From Playback magazine: Discovery Channel Canada’s head of commissioning on new genres, hit shows and what’s working with its audience today.



Adventures in multi-cam: The Stanley Dynamic

TV

From Playback magazine: on set with a new live action-animation hybrid from YTV, Amaze Film + Television and 9 Story.



Photo Gallery: WIFT-T @ TIFF ’14

Photos from Women in Film and Television – Toronto’s annual fete during the Toronto International Film Festival.



Patrice Theroux to depart eOne

FILM

Ex-DreamWorks exec Steve Bertram is named president, global film group. (Theroux pictured.)



CRTC grills CBC on proposed new fees

TV

The CBC requested new revenue tools, including carriage fees for conventional and a new Local News Fund for content.



Playback’s 5 to Watch: Rupinder Gill

TV

Following a late career switch, Toronto-based author and writer Rupinder Gill has quickly become a rising star in comedy writing.



X-Men to return to Montreal in 2015

FILM

The mega-superhero franchise will return to Montreal to shoot its next installment, X-Men Apocalypse.

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