The Canuck TV funding crisis is deepening: The Canadian Television Fund has nixed just over half of the applications for coin from its Equity Investment Program as government cuts continue to bite.
The Canuck TV industry reacted with anger and dismay Thursday after finance minister John Manley scuttled government plans to restore the C$25 million ($17 million) cut from the Canadian Television…
The Canuck government is set to bow to intense pressure from the TV biz and restore the C$25 million ($17 million) it cut from the Canadian Television Fund, which backs some of the country's most…
Revenue and advertising were up in the first quarter for Bell Globemedia, one of Canada's leading media companies, mainly thanks to strong ratings at the CTV Network. CTV, which is owned by Bell…
The Samuel Goldwyn Company has acquired U.S. rights to the Canuck comedy "Mambo Italiano" from Montreal-based Equinoxe Films.
Troubled Canadian kids-TV producer Cinar Corp. reported Friday that its net earnings dipped in the first quarter, with the Montreal-based company announcing a loss of C$3 million ($2 million) for the…
Net earnings were down significantly in the second quarter for Toronto-based producer and broadcaster Corus Entertainment, but the company's earnings a year earlier were inflated by C$14.3 million…
Quebec French-lingo broadcasters TVA, TQS and Astral Media on Wednesday added their voices to the growing chorus of webs and producers in the Great White North unhappy with reduced cash handouts from…
Cinar, the Canadian kids TV producer plagued by financial scandals for the past three years, wants its stock to start moving again.
Three leading Canuck broadcasters -- Chum, CanWest Global and pubcaster CBC -- are set to bow in the Canadian province of Alberta.
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