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Incendo starts shooting Time of Death in Montreal

The pay TV movie stars Kathleen Robertson (pictured) as a FBI agent out to solve a murder before tragedy befalls the next victim.

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Canadian internet ad spending will eclipse TV ad spending by 2016: report

Growth of spending on TV is predicted to climb just 4% annually in the 2012 to 2016 period, according to a Canadian Marketing Association-commissioned study.

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Incendo’s The Perfect Surrogate in production in Montreal

The made-for-TV movie, starring Mia Kirschner, Rachel Blanchard and David Julian Hirsch, shoots through to June 21.

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Incendo shooting Willed to Kill, prepping The Perfect Surrogate in Montreal

Jean Bureau and Stephen Greenberg’s production shop is shooting its 50th TV movie, starring Sarah Jane Morris, ahead of a Lifetime telefilm to be directed by Adrian Wills shooting in June.

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Astral and Corus see ad and subscriber growth

An improving economy continues to lift advertising and subscriber growth at Canadian specialty and pay TV operators.

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The Kennedys goes international

All’s well that ends well: Muse Distribution International has secured 50 foreign sales for its controversial mini-series The Kennedys.

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CRTC defends Super-Ecran’s monopoly against Quebecor Media bid

Astral Media’s Super Ecran pay television channel will not face competition in the French-language market from TVA Group’s proposed pay TV movie channel Cine-TVA service, the CRTC ruled Friday.

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Gillis cast for Stealing Paradise

Manitoba’s Tammy Gillis (Endgame, Shattered) has been cast opposite Rachael Leigh Cook in Stealing Paradise, a thriller set for a 2011 release. The film will air on The Movie Network, Movie Central and Super Ecran.

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Incendo starts Stealing Paradise

Montreal’s Incendo has begun principle photography on Stealing Paradise, the company’s fifth TV movie of 2010.