Corus Entertainment, one of Canada's leading specialty TV owners and producers, reported strong revenue and cash flow gains for the fourth quarter and past year. But it posted weaker net earnings.
Canuck telecom company BCE reported third-quarter results Wednesday which included growing losses and declining ad revenue at BCE-owned Bell Globemedia, which operates leading Canadian network CTV.
CHUM Ltd. of Toronto has received approval from federal broadcast regulator the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications commission (CRTC) to acquire Vancouver TV station CKVU from CanWest…
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Canuck web CTV announced Thursday that it is cutting 150 positions, most from its stations in Ontario, in an effort to deal with revenue shortfalls due to soft ad sales.
Alliance Atlantis is partnering with Goldie Hawn's Cosmic Entertainment to produce a TV movie based on the Mark Twain novelette "A Murder, a Mystery and a Marriage."
Three Canuck film veterans -- Noah Segal, Steve Hoban and Philip Mellows -- have joined to form pic production company 49th Parallel (referring to the border between Canada and the U.S.).
Canadian film producer Triptych Media is set to adapt a number of well-known Canuck novels for the bigscreen, including "Falling Angels" by Barbara Gowdy ("Kissed"), Carol Shields' "The Republic of…
Clive Smith, one of the three founders of Canuck animation producer Nelvana, has resigned from the Toronto-based company to pursue other projects.
Chapman Capital, a Los Angeles-based hedge fund, acquired 1 million shares of troubled Canuck entertainment firm Cinar on Friday, paying $2.34 per share.
Mirroring changes in the TV biz south of the Canadian border, the Canuck broadcast milieu has been radically reshaped by the convergence trend.
Quebec helmer Andre Turpin's "Soft Shell Man" (Un Crabe dans la tete) will premiere in Turpin's home province Oct. 11, the opening night of the 30th Montreal Intl. Festival of New Cinema and New…