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Collective Digital Studios opens Toronto office

Jordon Bortolotti, formerly of Blue Ant Media, is heading up the MCN’s first Canadian outpost. (Bortolotti pictured.)

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It’s Showtime for Bell Media

Bell Media’s Phil King and Showtime president David Nevins unpack the partnership at a media event Tuesday.

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Keith Pelley tees up exit from Rogers Media

The Rogers Media president will step down from the post this summer for a gig leading a global golf tour.

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CRTC to review Canadian digital economy

Let’s talk telco? The regulator has announced a new multi-year plan that will look into the services Canadians require to participate in the digital economy.

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Kevin Crull leaving Bell Media

The president is departing, effective immediately, following a dispute over editorial coverage.

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Catherine MacLeod tapped to lead Television Bureau

The former Bell Media exec has been named president of the industry organization.

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Bell Media’s Much joins MCN fray

Bell Media has announced Much Digital Studios, a multi-channel network for online content creators.

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Big Brother Canada, Remedy return on Global, Slice

Overnight ratings roll in for Global TV’s original mid-season series debuts, with Big Brother Canada also premiering on Slice.

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W targets renovators with Game of Homes push

The W Network is marking the start of its biggest-ever competition series with a national multi-platform push, including large-format outdoor.

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AOL brings Makers to Canada

Former Dragon Arlene Dickinson, Dr. Lalita Malhotra and charity co-founder Yael Cohen Braun (pictured) are the first Canadians in the Mazda-sponsored web series.