Federal film funding agency Telefilm Canada has lifted its self-imposed ban on doing business with troubled Montreal-based kids TV producer Cinar.
Revolution Studios has inked a multiyear deal with leading Canadian TV content distributor Incendo Media, it was announced Wednesday.
Former Cinar co-CEOs Ronald Weinberg and Micheline Charest, ousted from the Montreal toon house amid a financial scandal two years ago, are suing auditors Ernst & Young for C$194.1 million ($124…
Canuck broadcaster Corus Entertainment announced Wednesday that operations for its animation house Nelvana will be combined with those of its broadcast division under Paul Robertson.
A row is brewing after the Montreal World Film Festival moved its dates for next year creating a four-day overlap with its much more influential rival, the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
Producer and broadcaster Alliance Atlantis Communications and pubcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. have inked a three-year deal to commission local television projects.
Nelvana founder Michael Hirsh announced Wednesday that he is stepping down as CEO of the Canuck animation producer, as parent company Corus Entertainment reported a C$200 million ($127 million)…
Canuck funding agency Telefilm Canada doled out C$208.3 million ($132 million) this past year, up 17% from the previous year.
Two of Canada's leading media companies, Quebecor and BCE, are locked in a bitter dispute as they battle it out for money and market dominance.
ACTV, which scored big ratings with the finale of "American Idol," will produce "Canadian Idol" based on the same concept, it announced Wednesday.
Yanks may be so-so about "Survivor: Thailand" -- but the Canucks are crazy about it.