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iThentic partners with Funny or Die

The Toronto digital content studio has rebranded its distribution platform as iFestivus and launched a new comedy-focused channel on the U.S. platform.

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Epic Studios drops on YouTube

The iThentic, Farmhouse Productions and duopoly-made series is tapping YouTube star EpicLLOYD’s 500,000 followers to find an audience.

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CBC debuts new digital original Save Me

Geared at women 35 to 55, iThentic’s “traumcom” boasts an impressive cast of Canadian faces.

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IPF distributes nearly $2 million across 16 projects

The funding went to scripted drama series for digital platforms, including Yellow Bear Studios’ Riding Hood and iThentic’s Save Me.

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Production on Epic Studios underway in Toronto

The new web series for Maker Studios is being produced by iThentic, Farmhouse Productions and duopoly. (EpicLLOYD pictured.)

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The Nations set for CBC Punchline

Producers iThentic and New Zealand’s thedownlowconcept have big plans for the multi-platform comedy/reality series. (Hosts Jarred Christmas, left, and Sean Cullen pictured.)

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Guidestones: Sunflower Noir big winner at Vancouver Web Fest

Secret Location and Touchpoint Films’ Whatever, Linda was another multiple award winner at the festival (Guidestones: Sunflower Noir pictured).

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Portfolio buys global rights to iThentic titles

Toronto-based Portfolio Entertainment will take web series, like Guidestones and Dad Drives, to global markets starting with MIPCOM.

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Starz picks up iThentic’s Space Riders

The web series is written by and stars Mark Little (Funny or Die) and Dan Beirne (Dad Drives), and is set to stream exclusively on CTV Extend.

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iThentic launches simulation game at Stream Market

Launching in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation and Earth 911, GreenYrLife is like FarmVille for the green-minded,

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Mongrel Media picks up rights to Everyday Is Like Sunday

The indie distributor acquired all rights, excluding theatrical, after a cinema release of the indie comedy in August 2013.

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Michael Hennessy urges grassroots promotion of Canadian content

“Do your thing. It doesn’t matter. We’re not going to tell you what to do,” the producers lobbyist (pictured) told a Banff festival panel on the industry-wide national promotional strategy.