CBC unveils more Canada 150 programming
For the sesquicentennial, the pubcaster is taking viewers on a cross-country train trip with a new series from DHX and looking to our future with a show from White Pine.
What’s next in…property programming?
Studs up, tiny spaces and – you guessed it – personalities will all be big in the home genre in 2017.
Best of the Year: eOne
After refusing a takeover offer, the Toronto media company is looking to double the size of its business by 2020.
Programming profile: Gusto vs. Food Network/Cooking Channel
Playback magazine catches up with programming execs from both channels to find out who’s serving what – and why they think their channel will come out on top.
In brief: Netflix acquires Banger Films doc, Women in View puts Five in Focus
The SVOD picks up Hip-Hop Evolution, Wexford Plaza heads to Slamdance, plus more news from the week.
Viceland’s Rise to bow at Sundance
The Vice Studio Canada and APTN docuseries is one of two Canadian productions recently added to the U.S. fest’s lineup.
What’s next in…game shows?
Looking for your next hit format? From real-time audience engagement, giant set pieces and celeb-centric formats, experts weigh in on what will be hot in 2017.
Blue Ant Media brings BBC Earth to Canada
The Toronto media co has partnered with BBC Worldwide North America and will launch the factual channel early next year.
Can a computer write the next indie hit?
Algorithm-generated storytelling: the pros and cons of taking some of the risk out of filmmaking.
Disney|ABC named Company of Distinction at Banff
Senior execs from the U.S. media co, including Patrick Moran, will deliver keynote presentations at the media festival.
Yannick Bisson to receive ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence
The Murdoch Mysteries star will receive the prize, which has previously been awarded to Sarah Gadon and Tantoo Cardinal.