In-house production is hit hardest by the cuts, with series from Much, M3, MTV, Space and CTV/E! affected.
eOne’s Carrie Wolfe and the City of Toronto’s Randy McLean tell Playback how the city got involved in marketing the Toronto-shot film.
The Grand Seduction is the top Canadian film at the box office this week, while La Petite Reine comes in at #2.
Transformers: Age of Extinction tops the box office list, while Tammy takes the #2 spot.
The LEGO Movie stays at the top of the DVD chart this week, while 300: Rise of an Empire comes in at #2.
The studio is launching a SVOD service in China offering catalogue titles such as The Hunger Games exclusively on the Alibaba set-top box. (From Stream Daily)
The duo help newly installed Ontario exec producer Anita Lee (pictured) fill a leadership vacuum left after the retirement of Silva Basmajian and departure of several key execs.
The pay TV operator unveils the latest investments from the Super Channel Development Fund, including the long-gestating Canada-Ireland coproduction.
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