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Adam Benzine sits down with media critics Tina Hassannia and Norm Wilner to discuss the greatest TV shows of the decade, and the prospects for Canadian television in 2020 and beyond.
Continuing the green-room roundtables recorded at our 2019 conference, Adam Benzine talks family co-viewing with execs from Marblemedia, Corus and the Shaw Rocket Fund, before examining the growth of niche streaming services with execs from Crunchyroll and Topic.
Adam Benzine sits down with Rogers Media’s Nataline Rodrigues and Bell Media’s Pat DiVittorio, as well international buyers and commissioners from A&E, Lifetime and Discovery Kids Latin America, to discuss the types of TV programming they’re looking for.
Adam Benzine recaps the month’s big news, and showrunner Michael MacLennan interviews Netflix’s director of original series Lisa Hamilton Daly, to discuss the best ways for Canadian producers to work with the streamer.
With the 20th annual ImagineNative festival starting next week, Adam Benzine sits down with Alanis Obomsawin, Canada’s foremost Indigenous filmmaker, to discuss the First Nations issues that have formed the backbone of her five-decade career.
Fifteen months into her tenure as president and CEO of Canada’s national public broadcaster, CBC head Catherine Tait talks to Adam Benzine about battling fake news, the upcoming general election, the need for international partnerships, and her beef with Netflix.
In the first instalment of our Spotlight series, recorded live at the 2019 Content Canada conference, Adam Benzine talks to Sean Cohan, president of Wheelhouse Entertainment, about the firm’s multi-tiered approach to content production.
In the first of our green-room roundtables, recorded at the 2019 Content Canada conference, Adam Benzine discusses building an international business with execs from eOne, Electus and Boat Rocker, before talking podcasts with creatives from Viacom, Propagate and Serial Box.
Ahead of our second annual Toronto conference, Content Canada CEO Ferne Cohen and editor Adam Benzine offer an overview and select some highlights in store for next week's two-day event.
With the 44th Toronto International Film Festival kicking off next week, programmers for TIFF’s Special Presentations, Contemporary World Cinema and Canadian Features strands tell Adam Benzine what to expect from this year’s event.