Despite fragmented TV viewership, the aftermath of the U.S. writers' strike and Canuck producers' concerns about changes to government funding sources, the mood -- as well as attendance -- was up at…
More than $50,000 was awarded to producers pitching their works as this year's 29th Banff World Television Festival, which boasted a record 1,500 registered delegates, as it wound down Wednesday.
GlassBOX, which won an Intl. Emmy for its interactive channel Bite TV, is getting $5 million boost in new strategic investment, prexy and CEO Jeffrey Elliott announced Monday at the Banff Intl. TV…
Sci-fi 13-parter "Sanctuary" is one of three productions announced Monday by Canuck channels The Movie Network and Movie Central at the Banff World Television Festival.
"White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" nabbed the Grand Prize at the Banff World TV Festival's Rockie Awards handed out Monday at a ceremony in the Fairmont Banff Springs…
Canada powerhouse network CTV and its new sister channel, the revitalized A (formerly A-Channel), for the first time announced complementary programming schedules for fall during a marathon event…
Returning U.S. hits and revamped classics dominate the fall schedule of Global Television and E!, CanWest Global Communications' two terrestrial commercial networks.
A Toronto venue change for Andrew Lloyd Webber tuner "The Boys in the Photograph" provoked rumors that the production would be postponed or cancelled.
Blueprint Entertainment will receive the Lionsgate/Maple Pictures Innovative Producer Award, given to an indie Canadian TV production company for entrepreneurial excellence, at the 29th Banff World…
Broadcaster CTV and its new sister channel, A — formerly the A-Channel, which CTVglobemedia bought from Chum last year — announced their first complementary fall skeds on Monday during a four-hour…
German distrib X Verleih has nabbed all German-language rights to Atom Egoyan's "Adoration," produced by the director's Ego Film Arts and Toronto-based the Film Farm.