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Whites app-ifies production and equipment services

Dark Matter will be the first TV series to use the digitized service, which seeks to consolidate documentation and services.

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Banff ’16: Can data trump guts?

Execs from Blue Ant, eOne, A+E Networks and Vice debate the merits of data over instinct and the potential of platform-specific content.

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Video streaming up on tablets and smartphones: MTM

Streaming on both platforms has seen double-digit increases in the latest cellphone and tablet usage reports.

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MIPTV: The new studio model? Vivendi goes mobile

Vivendi and Havas Media Group exec Dominique Delport reveals the strategy behind its ambitious Studio+ content play, which it aims to expand globally.

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MIPTV: 108 Media eyes the China prize

The Toronto-based indie distributor of niche content (including documentary T-Rex, pictured) launched a China office and a new content app for the local market.

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Rock the boat: behind Temple St.’s transformation

John Young, David Fortier and Ivan Schneeberg on building a new brand to meet their global b2b and b2c ambitions.

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Temple Street reorganizes as Boat Rocker Media

Boat Rocker Media will be the parent brand for Temple Street Productions and a raft of new and existing businesses, including an animation studio.

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Shaw brings Comcast X1 tech to Canada with FreeRange TV

Announced at CES today, the company’s new mobile viewing platform ups the stakes in the cable subscription game.

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Shaw acquires Wind Mobile

The $1.6 billion deal expands Shaw’s product offering to include mobile.

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Riftworld: Heroes backed by CMF, Belgium’s Wallimage

The mobile game is a copro from Canada’s Riftworld Productions Inc., the company behind the Riftworld: Chronicles web series, and Belgium’s Reed SPRL.

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Mobile TV fee dispute brews between Bell, Rogers

City has been dropped from Bell’s Mobile TV service and Sportsnet access reduced as the two companies fail to agree on rates.

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Corus launches TreehouseGO

The company kicks off its TV Everywhere strategy with the preschool-focused app.