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IPF distributed $1.8M to digital projects in 2016

English-language productions took $1.15 million of the total, while French-language projects received $689K.

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Online-only projects now eligible for CAVCO tax credits

Web series no longer need a broadcaster on board to access the federal funding.

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How a YouTuber gave Running With Violet a head start

She Said Films brought on Jessii Vee to star in the web series with the hopes of attracting her young, rabid fanbase.

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Rogers Media revenues down 2% in Q4

Fewer Blue Jays post-season games and declining ad dollars led to the dip.

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Meet the 2017 AToMiC Awards jury

As the Jan. 20 entry deadline looms, find out who will be judging the best in creative, entertainment, tech and media innovation.

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CSAs ’17: Orphan Black, Schitt’s Creek lead TV noms

The clone series topped the list with 14 nominations, while there were also strong showings for Kim’s Convenience, 19-2, Vikings and Letterkenny.

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Cameras roll on Deep Six

The nine-part sci-fi web series is created by Mika Collins and Davin Lengyel.

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Bell Media partners to launch content incubator

Toronto-based Dais will serve as a launchpad for web series, as well as radio and music content.

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N5 Pictures’ Petrol to get big screen treatment

The U.S. feature rights to the thriller web series were acquired at AFM this month.

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Riftworld Chronicles, Home to Win take home Digi Awards

The awards, presented Thursday evening in Toronto, recognize the best in digital media.

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Gen X loves wearables, tablets and traditional TV: study

Canadians between the ages of 35 and 49 share the best of both worlds, watching their TV on traditional sets, but buying more wearables than other generations.

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N5′s high-speed thrills gain online traction

Having attracted more than 1.6 million YouTube views across its five episodes, web series Petrol is looking to further tap into the auto-enthusiast market.