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Tony Elliot, Jason Leaver among WGC Award winners

The Orphan Black and Out with Dad writer/creator, respectively, take home honours from the Writers Guild of Canada. (Elliot pictured.)

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Collective Digital Studios opens Toronto office

Jordon Bortolotti, formerly of Blue Ant Media, is heading up the MCN’s first Canadian outpost. (Bortolotti pictured.)

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First Weekend Club and NFB launch CanadaScreens.ca

The VOD-based streaming site will offer Canadian films on a transactional basis, and curated lists of personal picks from big-name Canadian film and TV talent.

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Juice Worldwide unveils new tool to launch indie films

The Canadian company is one of only four vendors to provide a iTunes Store package delivery service for Compressor users.

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Canadian web series take home eight IAWTV Awards

Whatever, Linda (pictured) took home awards for best directing and best drama series.

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Breakthrough adds interactive to Science Max mix

The Toronto-based prodco is adding an interactive layer to its new children’s science show for TVO. (Science Max: Experiments at Large pictured.)


WGC unveils 2015 awards nominees

This year’s batch of nominees include the writers behind Orphan Black, 19-2 and Out with Dad (pictured).

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Discovery, Tell Tale set sail with nautical web series

Tell Tale Productions’ Tall Ship Odyssey on Discovery.ca marks the first time the specialty used its website to test a concept with fans ahead of a greenlight.

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AToMiC Awards shortlist revealed

The AToMiC Awards, from strategy, Media in Canada and Playback, recognize future-forward use of media across advertising, technology and content.


CMF, NZ On Air unveil projects backed by new fund

The Canada-New Zealand Digital Media Fund program was announced late last year, with both the CMF and NZ On Air contributing financing to selected projects.