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Playback’s Digital Roundtable – Part Two

Execs from leading media companies talk about audience engagement, defining digital success and where to find revenue.

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Playback’s Digital Roundtable – Part One

Execs from leading media companies dig into everything from discoverability to monetization and working with SVODs.

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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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marblemedia, Omnifilm developing The Odyssey remake

The ’90s CBC TV series (pictured) is being adapted by Simon Racioppa and Richard Elliott.

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Dear Ms. Joly…an industry wish list

Playback magazine reached out to industry members to get their wish lists for the upcoming Cancon review. Here’s what they told us.

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Five takeaways from Playback Marketing Summit

A roundup of some of the key takeaways from Playback‘s inaugural marketing summit, held Thursday at The Bram & Bluma Appel Salon in Toronto.

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Marblemedia in development on Karen Walton thriller

It has also optioned Edeet Ravel’s Held, with both announcements coming ahead of MIPCOM next week.

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MarbleLIVE, OCAD play together at Game Jam

Mark Bishop says the competition was created in order to inject fresh thinking and ideas into the planned water park’s development.

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A new play on IP: marbleLive’s ‘amazement parks’

From Playback magazine: marblemedia’s Mark Bishop and entertainment lawyer John Barrack on the origin story and strategy behind their waterpark play.

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The dilemma over TV analytics

A check-in with players from the measurement, broadcast and media sides on whether Canada is any closer to a true cross-platform measurement solution.

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marblemedia unveils plans for $60M Toronto waterpark

The Splatalot producer aims to create a next-generation theme park with digital storytelling and content at its core.

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marblemedia, Jim Henson Company team up for Hi Opie!

The Canadian live action puppet series will be written, cast and shot in Toronto. (marblemedia co-CEOs Mark Bishop and Matt Hornburg pictured)