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Ole acquires music shop Jingle Punks

The Toronto-headquartered rights management firm has acquired music agency Jingle Punks in a deal that will merge the companies’ production libraries. (Pictured L-R: Jingle Punks founders Jared Gutstadt, Dan Demole)

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Hot Sheet: top 30 TV programs Feb. 16, 2015 to Feb. 22, 2015

Saving Hope hits #18 on the TV chart for the week of Feb. 16 to Feb. 22, while Murdoch Mysteries comes in at #26.

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Tricon inks sales for Killer, I Didn’t Do It

Tricon Films and Television has secured a raft of global sales for the crime series To Catch a Killer (pictured) and I Didn’t Do It.


Digital immersion: Playback Spring 2015

Playback‘s latest issue looks at next-gen trends in digital media, virtual reality, behind the scenes at the CSAs and the nominated work, as well as Hall of Fame and a tribute to Insight Productions @ 35.

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CTV Go adds more carriers

The app is now available to 90% of English Canadian TV subscribers, just in time for the Oscars live stream this Sunday.

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Academy to recognize TV with Golden Screen Awards

In addition to two awards for most-watched TV, the Golden Reel award for film has been rebranded and a winner announced.


Whites Digital Sales & Service acquired in management buyout

A consortium led by Larry Lavoie (pictured) will rename and operate the sales arm at William F. White International.

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Annedroids rockets to Latin America

Picture Box Distribution has sold Amazon original series Annedroids to Discovery Kids Latin America and secured new deals with broadcasters in Europe for a number of its other children’s series.


Jason Priestley to receive ACTRA Award of Excellence

The actor-turned-director will receive the tribute in Los Angeles on Jan. 31.

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AOL files application for HuffPo TV channel

AOL Canada wants to see its news and lifestyle streamer HuffPost Live converted to traditional TV as a non-Canadian programming service.