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How Rabbit Square’s Crawford is getting a jump on audiences

The unconventional family comedy is using a hybrid digital-linear releasing strategy to avoid clashing with the Winter Olympics.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Jan. 23 to 29, 2018

Star Trek: Discovery tops the charts, with CTV’s Cardinal taking the #10 spot.

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Deals: Syndicado, CMJ, Corus

Toronto’s Syndicado acquires 100 hours of factual content, CMJ partners with Bill James to develop a true crime series, and more.

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How Kanopy has evolved the film-borrowing model

The San Francisco-based company has entered five Canadian cities with a new B2B model for libraries looking to digitize the lending of films to members.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Jan. 16 to 22, 2018

Star Trek: Discovery secures the #1 spot, while Toronto-shot The Handmaid’s Tale drops to #9.

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Netflix adds 8.3M subs in Q4 2017

The streamer saw record quarterly subscriber growth, and plans to invest billions more in content, marketing and tech.

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CraveTV adds new HBO titles to catalogue

Winter is coming to the streaming service as it adds Game of Thrones and other series to its slate.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Jan. 9 to 15, 2018

Stranger Things and Star Trek: Discovery are still holding the #1 and #2 spots, meanwhile Travelers moves to #10.

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How Canadians feel about Netflix, conventional channels

While most Canadians identify CTV as their “favourite” channel, satisfaction with Netflix is on the rise.

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Blue Ant’s Look Mom rolls with Demons

The Toronto-based animation studio is in production on the adult comedy series Gary and His Demons.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Jan. 2 to 8, 2018

Stranger Things and the Toronto-shot Star Trek: Discovery are still in the #1 and #2 slots, Travelers moves up to #6.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Dec. 24 to 30, 2017

Stranger Things is still in the lead at #1, followed by Toronto-shot Star Trek: Discovery at #2, with Travelers at #7.