Regan Reid

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Ransom to return for third season

The drama is set to premiere on Corus Entertainment’s Global and on CBS in the U.S. in 2019.

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Blue Ant Media bolsters Canadian slate

The Toronto-based channel operator adds Blown Away to its lineup, alongside returning series like Beautiful Weddings (pictured).

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Canadian entertainment revenues to grow 3.7% per year: report

Internet access and OTT services are driving revenue growth in the industry, according to PwC’s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2018-2022.

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Layoffs hit TFO

UPDATED: The Ontario French-language public broadcaster reports it has cut 19 positions across the company.

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Feds appoint panel to review Broadcasting, Telecom Acts

Chaired by former CCTA CEO Janet Yale, the seven-person panel will examine how digital cos can contribute to the Canadian system.

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Upfronts ’18: CBC debuts 17 new series

The pubcaster will also renew a whopping 36 series, making the returning line-up one of its largest to date.

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Supreme Court to hear Bell Media’s simsub appeal

Canada’s top court said the appeal gives it an opportunity to consider judicial review of actions taken by administrative bodies like the CRTC.

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Mercer’s final rant gets big ratings

After 15 seasons on the air, the satirical news show bid adieu with a special one-hour finale on the pubcaster.

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CBS All Access launches in Canada

Primetime programming like NCIS and Seal Team won’t be available on the SVOD until seven days after its Canadian linear broadcast.

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SnackableTV to launch interactive comedy series

Jokeoff is a bracket-style elimination series that sees comedians compete for best gag.

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Netflix loses exec behind Anne, Alias Grace

Elizabeth Bradley, vice-president of content, leaves the streaming service today.

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DHX names Michael Donovan CEO

The company that owns the Family Channel brands also names a new CFO.

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Rogers Media revenues drop 4% in Q4

Revenues decreased to $526 million from $550 million a year ago, largely due to a shorter Toronto Blue Jays playoff run.

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Rogers Media and CBC extend NHL deal to 2026

The new seven-year agreement keeps Hockey Night in Canada on linear and digital platforms at both broadcasters.

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What shows were most-streamed in 2017?

Netflix, CraveTV and Apple share their Top 10s to show which properties are finding audiences away from linear television.