Canuck film and TV company Alliance Atlantis Communications will unveil today an output and co-production deal with Munich-based kids producer-distributor TV Loonland to co-finance live-action and…
Telescene Film Group is upping its presence in the Canuck TV milieu thanks to a just-announced production slate of $100 million in series and telepics -- a significant increase in production volume…
Canada's leading French-language TV network, TVA Group, has made a friendly takeover bid for Motion Intl., one of the country's top producers, with an offer of C$5.45 ($3.75 per share) or…
Embattled Canadian TV producer Cinar Corp. announced Wednesday that it has inked an interim agreement with Nassau-based Globe-X Management to allow it to assess investments made by Globe-X with Cinar…
Two of Quebec's most powerful financial players have stepped in to block Rogers Communications' bid for Montreal-based cable company Groupe Videotron.
Motion Intl., one of Canada's leading TV producers and distributors, confirmed Tuesday that it is in talks with a prospective buyer, and it said the price would not exceed C$5.45 ($3.71) per share or…
A week after a major management restructuring, troubled Canuck film company Behaviour Communications reported a C$30.6 million ($21 million) loss for the past year and a $1.5 million loss for the…
Embattled Canuck TV company Cinar Corp. has filed a lawsuit in the Bahamas against several Bahamas-based financial companies in an attempt to regain $76 million in missing Cinar funds.
Seasoned Los Angeles film exec Mark Damon has taken over control of troubled Canuck film company Behaviour Communications.
Embattled Canuck TV company Cinar Corp. dropped another bombshell late Friday, announcing that its financial results for the past three years are "likely" invalid.