Last week, the Minister of Canadian Heritage, unveiled her long-awaited cultural industries policy titled Creative Canada. While there are some good bits in the announcement, such as top up money for the
CRTC chair Jean-Pierre Blais’s term ends in June, 2017. Let’s fight to make sure that he’s not renewed.
Jean-Pierre Blais, chair of the CRTC, should be fired or have the decency to resign for his indifferent destruction of Canadian media.
Barri Cohen reflects on the Canadian Media Guild's Guide to Working in Canadian Factual TV Production.
It’s unlikely many know the names of the cultural warriors who toil on our collective behalf, so let me shine the spotlight of this page on one of them: Lisa Fitzgibbons
Canadian broadcasters are forced into making promises they’ll inevitably break, and find themselves dealing with pesky independent producers.
Starlight: The Canadian Movie Channel, helmed by Norm Bolen and backed Robert Lantos, could really help Canadian creators and audiences.
The CRTC gave a resounding and historic 'no' to Bell's bid to acquire Astral Media. What does that mean for the Canadian landscape?
The CRTC bought Bell’s two-step hook, line and stinker, snapping their own credibility so thoroughly as to turn Tony Clement into something few ever thought would be possible: a folk hero.
DOC's policy point person analyzes how TV makes money, even on the internet. Guess who's paying? Filmmakers: read and weep.