DHX, Amazon sign licensing deal for more than 36 series
Amazon Prime Video in the U.K. and Germany has licensed dozens of DHX titles including Teletubbies and Looped (pictured).
City now available on Apple TV
The new app will include all of City’s primetime shows on demand in HD.
eOne, FBE, Keller/Noll partner for TV content
The trio will develop a slate of TV formats that will be incubated within the YouTube-famous Fine Brother’s digital network. (Pictured: eOne’s Tara Long.)
TIFF ’16: CraveTV nabs Rolling Stones doc
The Bell Media-owned streamer has acquired first-window rights in Canada to The Rolling Stones Ole Ole Ole!: A Trip Across Latin America.
Do Canadians know if they’re watching online TV?
MTM has amended its viewership stats after finding that not all respondents thought OTT services counted as online TV watching.
How Atomic Cartoons caught the Beatle-mania bug
Canada/Australia coproduction Beat Bugs is the largest project ever undertaken by the subsidiary of Vancouver’s Thunderbird.
Ameba TV expands to Amazon Prime
The Canadian video-streaming service will make its entire catalogue available to Amazon Prime users through Amazon’s Streaming Partners Program.
Breakthrough to produce docuseries for Reelz
The deal for the six-part series was led by the company’s head of alternative content U.S.A, Beth Fraikorn (pictured).
Letterkenny season three is a go at CraveTV
Production on the third season is set to begin in Sudbury next year.
Beat Bugs renewed for season two
The Beatles-inspired series is produced by Grace: A Storytelling Company, Beyond Screen Production and Vancouver’s Thunderbird.
Netflix sees subscriber slowdown
The service added 1.7 million subscribers globally, down from 2.5 million predicted earlier this year.
Kin Community closes new funding round
The Series D financing will go towards the MCN’s content production and distribution. (Kin Community creators Hot for Food pictured.)