Articles Tagged ‘Canadian Screen Awards’


ICYMI: CSAs give out scripted TV awards

Plus, Audience Insights gets a new identity and Michael Enright gets a new gig.


The latest in cancellations: Sports, U.S. Upfronts and more

As businesses and bodies take measures against COVID-19, the media and entertainment industries have made significant changes.


ICYMI: Restructuring leads to 80 job losses at Global

Plus, CSA hosts announced, and a new chatbot tool from Adobe.


ICYMI: Letterkenny to ring in St. Paddy’s, Instagram Live goes all-out in Canada

In case you missed it: New Letterkenny special coming to Crave, Edelman’s Saeed Zaman has joined Sandbox and Canadian Instagrammers can now record live video.


ICYMI: Changes coming to Instagram, Screen Awards ratings dip

In case you missed it: Instagram is changing its algorithm, the Canadian Screen Awards ratings dipped and Fox is getting into programmatic TV.

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Screenies’ sophomore year dips in ratings

Despite the return of host Martin Short, fewer viewers tuned into CBC for the second edition of the CSAs than 2013′s inaugural event.

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Bristow Media announces social media innovation incubator

Julie Bristow’s company unveiled plans for the new project at the inaugural #AcademySocial event during Canadian Screen Week.

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Canadian Screen Awards grabs 756,000 viewers

The two-hour broadcast event on the CBC reached a total of 2.9 million Canadians overall, according to data from BBM Canada.


Canadian Screen Awards adds a media partner

The new awards program names Hello! Canada as its print partner, and reveals sponsorship opportunities leading up to the event.

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ACCT unveils Canadian Screen Awards

Martin Short will host the March gala event that replaces the Geminis and Genies and reflects the evolution of the domestic entertainment industry, organizers say.