The recent blackout and restart of ERT in Greece underlines the fact that these are challenging times for public broadcasters — due to government budget cuts, the growing presence of new rivals and…
BANFF — Family films are getting a boost from Canada, with the announcement Tuesday at the Banff Media Festival that federal government film and TV funder Telefilm Canada and Canuck media and…
Canadian shingle Shaftesbury Films has inked a first-look deal with ABC, offering the Alphabet a flexible, cost-effective approach to development and production.
Shine Intl. has sold more 60 hours of drama to France to air across ARTE, Canal Plus, TF6, Orange and NBCUniversal.
ABC has ordered 13 episodes of paranormal drama "Weird Desk," targeted for a summer 2013 run.
Drama options are everywhere, forcing buyers to be discerning.
Shaftesbury, one of Canada's top TV production companies, is launching a L.A.-based U.S. division, which will focus on developing content for the U.S. market, the company announced Tuesday.
The 25th Mipcom TV market begins to wind down after three days of brisk activity.
Starz will air a trilogy of movies in December based on the "Booky" children's book series by Canadian author Bernice Thurman Hunter.
"The Listener" will no longer be heard from on NBC after this month.
Show looks chintzy, isn't particularly well acted and feels plucked from the 1970s.
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