Articles Tagged ‘James Moore’
Brabant will continue in her current role for another three-year term.
Filmmakers, festival reps and documentary fans will use the festival as a platform Friday to draw attention to the threats facing the documentary genre.
James Moore is staying put as Canadian heritage minister after Prime Minister Stephen Harper unveiled a federal cabinet for his majority government on Wednesday.
Canada has taken another step towards a possible official film and TV co-production agreement with India by launching an online consultation of its co-production treaty on audiovisual content.
Only a few days after Industry Minister Tony Clement threatened to overturn a CRTC ruling on usage-based Internet billing the government has appointed a political ally as vice-chair of the federal regulator, a move critics say is meant to undermine the body’s authority.
Canadian actors have slammed two federal cabinet ministers for “political manipulation” after they turned thumbs down to a so-called iPod tax to compensate content creators.
Clearly frustrated with ACTRA and other artists’ groups public denunciation of his copyright law, Bill C-32, Heritage Minister James Moore suggested energy would be far better spent coming up with a realistic legislative proposal to protect creators.
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