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Producers push for extension of Nova Scotia tax credit

Nova Scotia film and TV producers are now in the bargaining phase to salvage what they can from a key production incentive, including an extension through the end of 2015.

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Nova Scotia’s film tax credit targeted for possible cuts

The cash-strapped province has put its film and TV production tax break up for review as the finance minister looks to generate more revenue.

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CBC, Rogers Media to share Mr. D and Young Drunk Punk (exclusive)

After partnering to keep Hockey Night in Canada on CBC, both networks have carved out exclusive windows for season four of the Gerry Dee-starrer and the rookie Bruce McCulloch chuckler.

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CBC acquires U.K. drama Chasing Shadows for 2015 schedule

The pubcaster continues to look to U.K. and Australia dramas to cut programming costs and distinguish itself from rivals.

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Punchline comedy network debuts first original shows

The recently launched CBC platform hopes to increase site traffic by 5 to 10% with the fall rollout of its first two original series.

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Kathleen Phillips, Bill Wood join Mr. D cast

Phillips and Wood will both have recurring roles on the fourth season of comedy, which started production earlier this week.

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Cameras roll on third season of CBC’s Mr. D

The homegrown comedy is shooting in and around Halifax, with Gerry Dee, Jonathan Torrens, Kassidy Mattera and Mark Forward starring.

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DGC Awards nominees unveiled

Top contenders in the various film and TV categories include Still Mine (pictured), Rebelle, Flashpoint and Heartland.

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CBC snags Recipe to Riches for winter 2014

The pubcaster, which unveiled its lineup Wednesday, is also launching new reality series Four Rooms and primetime crime drama Crossing Lines.

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CBC shifts Mr. D and The Ron James Show to Wednesdays

A spokesman said the pubcaster was making a “minor tweak” early in the winter season (Mr. D pictured).