Although Canadians are still watching films mainly on live TV broadcasts, new Telefilm Canada research shows PVRs, VOD, Netflix and streaming sites gaining ground.
The city’s new film sector development officer (pictured) on her plans to improve working relationships with the screen-based industries.
What does a broadcaster do to keep fans engaged when a cable drama disappears between seasons? SundanceTV came to Merging Media 5 in Vancouver to find answers. (SundanceTV’s Drew Pisarra pictured)
Corporate players are focusing on “bite-size” deals, like DHX Media acquiring Ragdoll Worldwide, to move into new markets and technologies, says report from tax consultant EY.
From Vancouver’s Merging Media 5, Xbox’s chief design officer (and augmented reality game pioneer) reveals the three rules that underpin his storytelling strategy.
The Montreal-shot X-Men: Days of Future Past takes the top spot on the DVD chart for the week of Oct. 27 to Nov. 2.
“You’re going to have to do the heavy lifting. And when you get to a certain point, you will be attractive to people like me,” the content distributor told the Vancouver digital conference.
Digital guru Robert Tercek told the Vancouver digital conference that Canadian government funding needs to position the media industry for future growth.
The Canadian distributor is to release the indie road movie stateside.
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