Playback magazine


Playback names its Best of the Year

Our Winter 2015-2016 issue features our eight Best of the Year profiles in addition to trends features and programming profiles.

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Should indie films get more TV support?

From Playback magazine: The call for more homegrown feature films on Canadian TV has re-surged after the release of reports this summer from CAFDE and the Senate.


Playback’s Fall 2015 issue is now out

Branded content, The New Establishment and Nicholas Campbell inducted into the Playback Film & TV Hall of Fame.


Playback Summer 2015 issue now out

A look at what’s inside Playback‘s Summer 2015 issue.


Is the Canadian biz ready for Ultra HD? – Part 1

Ultra HD stands to be the next standard video format. Playback magazine looks at whether Canadian producers, broadcasters and post houses are ready to take it on. (Suits pictured)

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Star System 2.0: How digital is reshaping talent development

From Playback magazine: The gates around traditional media have crumbled, giving rise to a next-gen star system tailor-made for entrepreneurial talent.

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Sunday Night Lights: Cimoroni & Co up the Screenies game

From Playback magazine: Bringing years of major sporting event expertise to Canada’s biggest entertainment awards, a look at some of the changes Dan Cimoroni and Rick Chisholm brought to the CSA’s broadcast gala.


Digital immersion: Playback Spring 2015

Playback‘s latest issue looks at next-gen trends in digital media, virtual reality, behind the scenes at the CSAs and the nominated work, as well as Hall of Fame and a tribute to Insight Productions @ 35.


Best of the year: Playback’s Winter 2014 issue is out

Playback‘s latest print issue features the hottest people, companies and content of the year, as well as our latest Hall of Fame inductees.

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The Film Game: Playback’s Fall 2014 issue

From features on the business of film festivals to the evolution of home entertainment, Playback‘s Fall 2014 issue takes a look at the changing nature of the film business.