Troubled Canadian children's TV producer Cinar has settled out-of-court with two of its subsidiaries, U.S. publishing companies Carson-Dellosa Publishing and HighReach Learning.
The disgraced founders of troubled Canuck TV producer Cinar exploited a legal loophole to oust the new board on Monday.
Canuck DTH satellite providers, producers and cable companies hailed a Supreme Court of Canada decision Friday against foreign satellite services as a major victory for the Canadian TV biz.
The topper of BCE, Canada's leading telco and one of its top broadcast companies, quit Wednesday after another plunging earnings report.
A day after Canadian producers attacked SAG's plan to enforce its contract in Canada, the major Canadian actors union announced it disagrees with a key part of the guild's policy.
Canadian producers fearing for the future of their golden goose -- the one Americans call runaway production -- are taking on SAG's crackdown on members working non-union foreign gigs.
The sluggish economy has hurt all the top Canadian broadcasters and the advertising slowdown has been roughest on the main national nets CTV and Global.
Until recently, Calgary-based Craig Broadcasting Systems seemed fodder for a takeover by a larger Canadian media outfit.
After months of speculation and rumors, TVA announced Wednesday that its distributor, TVA Intl., has been renamed TVA Films and will continue distributing movies in Canada.
Craig Broadcast Systems, a small Calgary-based broadcaster, has beaten out several of Canada's leading media companies to nab a much-sought-after license to start up a conventional TV station in…
Barrie Usher, CEO of troubled Canuck kids TV producer Cinar, has notified the board that he will be resigning after nearly two years on the job.