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Nickelodeon series head to Netflix Canada

The deal inked between Corus Entertainment and the SVOD giant includes the exclusive Canadian rights to Nick series The Legend of Korra.

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Love Nature SVOD service launches in 32 countries

The ad-free app will be available in 4K on a number of platforms, including Amazon Fire TV and Roku TV.

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Lionsgate in talks with China’s Hunan TV on $1.5B filmmaking pact

Sources close to the negotiations indicate the Vancouver-based indie studio and a possible Chinese partner are in “advanced discussions.” (Lionsgate’s Hunger Games pictured).

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CraveTV to launch Dec. 11 for ‘price of a latte’

The TV streaming service is an add-on to Bell Media’s pay TV offerings and will also be available on Eastlink and Telus’ Optik TV.

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Lionsgate, Tribeca partner on new SVOD service

The service will feature content from the Lionsgate and Tribeca libraries.


Netflix, IPTV on the rise in Canada: report

Nearly a third of English-speaking Canadians subscribe to Netflix, while the penetration of IPTV service continues to climb, says a new Media Technology Monitor report.

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Zagga Entertainment aims to offer Netflix for the blind

The planned Canadian SVOD aims to ensure the visually impaired get the joke or don’t miss a key plot point when watching movies or shows, creator Kevin Shaw told Playback.

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Viewer engagement with ‘caster video players low: poll

According to research from Delvinia’s AskingCanadians online research community, ad repetition and viewer authentication within broadcaster VOD apps are proving to be of concern to Canadians.

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Prime Time 2014: Distributing movies in a digital age

On the final day of Prime Time, the morning’s discussion turned to how to best expose Canadians to film as more consumers watch movies online.

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DHX Media inks Canadian content deals

The Halifax-based kids producer and distributor has secured deals for series like Johnny Test (pictured) and Angela Anaconda across TV and digital platforms.


DHX makes numerous sales into Central and Eastern Europe

The distribution deals, for territories spanning the regions, include such kids’ TV properties as Arthur, Caillou and Horseland.

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Fremantle Corporation inks digital deals

The Toronto-based company expands its catalogue in the digital arena through deals with FilmOn, Hulu and Hoopla (World of Wonders pictured).