Rogers Documentary and Cable Network Fund

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Rogers Doc and Cable Fund distributes $1.9M

Man Machine Poem: The Tragically Hip Documentary and Smart Drugs are among 29 doc projects to receive funding.

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Rogers Doc and Cable fund invests $2.1M in latest round

A total of 13 TV projects received funding in this latest round, including marblemedia and Proper Television’s Drive Me Crazy.

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Rogers Doc and Cable Fund invests $4.8M

Paperny Entertainment’s Cold Water Cowboys is among the projects selected to receive financing in the latest round.

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Rogers Fund awards over $1.1M in grants across 18 projects

Projects selected to receive financing in this latest round of funding include Baby Cold War and My Millennial Life.

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Rogers Fund invests $5.26M across 17 projects

Storage Wars Canada (pictured) and Mohawk Girls were among the television projects supported in this round of financing.

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Rogers Doc & Cable Fund doles out $3.15M

The amount will be distributed over 11 projects, including Good Human Productions for The Bachelor Canada and Talking Dead Productions for Mom’s a Medium.

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Rogers Fund invests $4.6 million in 18 projects

Projects receiving equity investments in the fund’s latest round include upcoming Bell Media miniseries Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, Yukon Gold and Licence to Drill.

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Rogers Fund invests $5.1 million in latest round

The Rogers Documentary and Cable Network Fund disbursed coin to 14 TV projects, including a fifth season of Ice Pilots (pictured) and upcoming supernatural drama series Bitten.

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Rogers Doc Fund grants $1.17 million to 17 projects

Projects receiving grants from The Rogers Documentary and Cable Network Fund include Carpe Diem: A Fishy Tale and Flying Solo for broadcaster CBC.

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Rogers Doc Fund awards $1.1M to 17 projects

Ron Mann (pictured) and Bill Imperial’s Altman and Laura Bari and Sarah Spring’s Ariel among the films receiving documentary grants.