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The CRTC and Unsatisfying Basic Cable

Last Wednesday, the CBC reported that the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) disappointed consumers by changing their basic cable deals. Shaw, Bell, and Rogers have all ridded their discounts, no matter how small (Shaw previously

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Machinima Workshop, Wireless Code Review, TO After Dark Fest

(Via CNW) Is your contract with your wireless service provider as clear as you’d like? Ever experienced “bill shock”? The CRTC is about to evaluate how well its Wireless Code is working at the three-year

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Micro-Budget, Proud to Be, and New Rules for Local News

(Via CNW) The 18 finalist teams have been named for Telefilm’s  Micro-Budget Production Program for 2016-2017. They represent every region of the country and include web content (a new category this year) like Lovely Witches

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Adjusting to TV, Advertising on Twitter, Award for Efforts

It can be a learning curve to transition from feature films to TV — even for experienced producers. Strategic Partners 2016, presented by the Atlantic Film Festival, offers help with its Dramatic Television Incubator. Returning

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MADD, TIFF, and Questioning CanCon

(Via Marketwired) It’s another movie about the end of the world — but in this one, that’s the name of a bush party three teens decide to go to. The work, 24 Hours, is not

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Relief and Real Film at Cannes

It’s well known by now that Xavier Dolan said it was a “relief” to win the Grand Prix at Cannes for Juste la fin du monde — after what some critics had to say about

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