Sunday, May 20, 2018

YouTube bringing paid streaming services to Canada

YouTube Music is a new music streaming service made for music: official songs, albums, thousands of playlists and artist radio

Bell vs. CRTC! Supreme Court of Canada to rule on Super Bowl ad replacement

To many Canadian fans, the highly anticipated Super Bowl commercials are considered part of the entertainment of the championship broadcast and for years there were complaints about missing them.

YouTube’s Plan to Clean Up the Mess That Made It Rich

Extremist propaganda, dangerous hoaxes, videos of tasered rats—the company is having its worst year ever. Except financially.

NETFLIX CANADA – MAY 2018

As May approaches, Netflix has released its new release schedule and it’s packed to the gills once again with new original content.

Why Netflix changed its algorithm to track the shows you’re actually watching

Company's CEO discussed streaming service's strategy at TED conference Q&A Saturday

Now on Facebook: Chateau Laurier is a 10-minute, perfect Canadian drama with familiar themes

There’s a certain kind of Canadian TV content that people like. There’s no denying it. The content is period-piece drama with a dose of comedy.

Feds looked into taxes for Netflix, other foreign streaming services, docs show

Newly released documents show that federal officials have taken a close look at ways to have online services, such as Netflix and Amazon voluntarily agree to remit sales taxes.

Netflix Movies Banned From Competing At Cannes, Artistic Director Explains Decision

Should movies produced for Netflix and other streaming services be eligible to compete alongside theatrical films at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival?

PITCHING TO NETFLIX: TIPS FROM THE TOP

“Many people don’t realize that Netflix can’t make certified CanCon without partnering with a Canadian broadcaster or independent Canadian distributor. That’s why all of our CanCon originals are co-productions with Canadian broadcasters.

AFROGLOBAL TELEVISION LAUNCHES ON EASTLINK

Afroglobal Television (AFRO TV) is a 24-hour channel that informs, empowers, uplifts and entertains with the best of Africa and the Diaspora, including Canadian success stories. Based in Toronto, it advances the aspirations of people of African descent.

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