Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2011’

Stars To Shine At MIPCOM 2011

From  MIPCOM 2011 is preparing to welcome a galaxy of internationally-recognised actors, directors, writers, producers and show business personalities who will join the largest TV industry gathering in Cannes and grace the red carpet at MIPCOM’s Opening Night Party. Holding a

ABC previews new TV series as free Kindle e-book

By David Carnoy for  You might not think of the Kindle as a marketing vehicle for a new TV show, but ABC is promoting its new TV series “Revenge” with an e-reader twist: you can download the pilot script for

CRTC Sets Rules On Exclusive Mobile Video Deals

From Companies such as Bell can’t offer streamed hockey games or TV shows exclusively to their own mobile and internet customers — such content must also be available to competitors “under fair and reasonable terms,” the CRTC has ruled.

The International Digital Emmy Awards Calls For Submissions

For the seventh consecutive year, The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is recognizing excellence in interactive content and delivery on a digital platform, such as interactive TV, mobile, and Internet, with its Digital Emmy Award. In recent years,

Tech Vibes Digital Media Profile: Catherine Warren

By Andrea Wahbe for Tech Vibes Catherine Warren, President at Vancouver-based FanTrust Entertainment Strategies believes that “young women can do amazing things.” She will be moderating a panel called “The Executive Suite: Women on Top” at the International Women in Digital Media Summit (iWDMS 2011) in

FanTrust Clients Shine at the 2011 Gemini Awards

FanTrust congratulates our winning clients who took home some serious hardware this week from the 26th Annual Gemini Awards. Call Me Fitz, produced and distributed by eOne Television International, walked away with six Gemini’s for Best Sound and Best Picture

Yahoo! Dives Into Online Video Again With All New Original Content

By Christophor Rick for Yahoo! was in online video, then they were out, then they were in and then out…and now, starting in about a month’s time, they’re all in again? It would seem so. Aside from being named