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The streaming giant has budgeted an estimated $1.2 billion for original productions this year, with a quarter of that expected to be spent on titles produced outside the U.S.
If legislation clears Parliament, overseas companies will have to collect and remit GST on products purchased by Australian consumers.
Bloomberg CEO says that the guiding principle governing Bloomberg TV Canada will be relevance to Canadian viewers at every level of business engagement.
Columnist suggests that in order to fund Canadian programming private networks should be let out of their requirements to broadcast Canadian content, but that they should still be held to their requirements to direct 30% of their revenue to finance English Canadian content production.
Columnist says that with significant layoffs, newspaper closures and testimony before Canada’s broadcast regulator that the cost of delivering local news is unsustainable, there have been mounting calls for new funding programs, studies or other measures to address the issue.
A new report from the Canadian Media Fund says the user experience needs to lead content creation and distribution today.
Rafe Oller says linear producers would do well to stop treating Millenials like a lost generation.
FRIENDS says the new Liberal government could ask the CRTC to review its rules and Ottawa could rescind changes if they run counter to the Broadcasting Act's requirement for a preponderance of Canadian channels.
The country's largest telecommunications provider, Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom), majority owned by the Indonesian state, has blocked Netflix from all of its platforms, saying that the U.S. streaming video service had not adhered to local regulations, including acquiring the necessary local permits and submitting content for censorship review.
Columnist says citizenship is a joint mission; we keep each other honest via different people and organizations inspecting each other for flaws or victories.
Layoffs come after the CRTC was told that half of the country's local TV stations could be off the air in four years without a boost in revenues to pay for local programming.
FRIENDS tells Canada's broadcast regulator that without prompt action from the CRTC, many local TV stations, particularly in small and medium markets, will likely fail.
A memo to Rogers Media staff says the job cuts will begin in February and will conclude as soon as possible.
Columnist examines whether streaming services will have access to enough hits in the future if everyone unsubscribes from television packages?
Pippa Nutt, Senior Vice President, Digital & Canadian Media of leading brand direct response (DR) agency, Northern Lights Direct weighs in on some of 2016's biggest direct response marketing trends affecting marketers and advertisers in the Canadian marketplace.
Whose viewership data should Hollywood trust? A tech firm's suspicious "outing" lays bare the anger and frustration of networks forced to compete with secrecy.
Columnist says if Rogers' stock were tied to its television performance, investors definitely would be taking a hit.
Shares in Netflix Inc. jump after the company reports profit and net subscriber additions ahead of expectations, although a massive overseas expansion and investment in original content continue to dampen cash flow.
Time Warner's premium TV giant, which decides case-by-case whether to run traditional networks, offer an OTT service or license programming in foreign markets, is releasing a standalone streaming video service in the country.
Netflix is cracking down on people who pay to “spoof” or otherwise fool Netflix into thinking that they live in another country.