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SVOD Filmatique launches in Canada

The art-house cinema streamer offers a limited, rotating library of films and operates on a revenue share model.

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Report: Apple makes major push into original content

The U.S. tech giant will earmark US $1 billion for original TV content in the next year.

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CBS SVOD heading north

CBS All Access is coming to Canada in early 2018, though no details on how this service will affect licensing deals with Canadian broadcasters have been announced.

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Netflix surpasses int’l subscriber targets

Membership grew to 104 million globally, with more than half of its subscribers hailing from outside of the U.S.

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Canadian entertainment and media revenue to slow through 2021

According to the latest report from PwC Canada, SVODs and internet advertising will lead growth in the market.

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What drives subscribers to SVODs?

While access to movies is still the top draw, a new report finds original content is gaining momentum.

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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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Torontonians over-index on tablets, Montrealers love online video: Study

MTM’s new study on tech and media trends across various Canadian markets shows that where you live in the country might say something about your tech habits.

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Amazon Prime Video launches globally

The SVOD service is now available in Canada and more than 200 countries around the world.

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Study: 78% of under-12s are tuning into SVODs

DHX Media and Ipsos surveyed parents in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. to understand kids’ viewing habits.

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CraveTV snares 007

The Bell Media streamer and MGM have inked a deal to license the James Bond catalogue in Canada.

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Shomi to cease operations in November

The Shaw/Rogers-owned streamer is closing due to the changing online video marketplace and business climate, according to the company.