Ryan Reynolds, BiblioBoard, DHX Decision

Ryan Reynolds talks to Postmedia’s Bob Thompson (here in The Star-Phoenix) about Self/less, whichseems relevant today because we seem to do everything we can to avoid dying,” muses on whether he’d try to evade his own mortality, and reveals the hometown pull of Vancouver.

BiblioBoard, a company that enables libraries to bring digital content to their patrons, has announced an agreement with our very own National Film Board, according to a media release via PRWeb. Approximately 1,000 NFB titles will be added to the platform, with plans to triple that number over the next five years.

DHX Media Ltd. of Halifax, owner of the Family suite of channels, had recently announced it was going public — but that decision has been reversed, it has announced via PRNewswire. This results from “an assessment by DHX’s management that current market conditions are not conducive for an offering on terms that would be in the best interests of DHX’s shareholders.” Seems the Teletubbies won’t be hitting Wall Street just yet.

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