All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Canada Media Fund’

CMF and NZ On Air Partner for $1 Million Digital Media Project Fund

By Julianna Cummins for StreamDaily The Canada Media Fund (CMF) and New Zealand government funding agency NZ On Air have partnered to establish a $1 million matching fund for digital media projects. The funds will be available for the 2014-2015 financial

Bell Fund, CMF and OMDC Release Industry Guide on Digital Coproductions for Canadian Companies

By Etan Vlessing for StreamDaily This week, the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), the Canada Media Fund and the Bell Fund unveiled the industry blueprint, International Digital Media Coproduction: A Guide for Canadian Companies. The goal is to encourage digital

CMF Contributes $4 Million to 15 POV Documentary Projects

Digital media creativity and supplemental interactive content are key components of more than two-thirds of the successful applicants for funding in the latest round of content contributions from the Canada Media Fund. The CMF reports that it’s making a contribution

CMF Offers Extended Deadlines for English Production Incentive and Digital Media Coproduction Incentive

The Canada Media Fund (CMF) would like to inform applicants that it is extending the deadlines of the following two incentives: English Production Incentive and the Digital Media Coproduction Incentive. Applicants will have until January 14th to apply for the incentives or until

Canada Media Fund Launches Digital Media Co-Production Incentive

The Canada Media Fund (CMF) announced the launch of the Digital Media Co-Production Incentive, a $350K pilot program designed to stimulate digital media co-productions between Canadian producers and their international counterparts. “Canada is recognized by other countries as a leader

Unregulated Digital Distributers Caution Canadian Broadcast System

“Nobody watches just television anymore,” reads front page of the Bell Fund website, an independent production fund that supports the development of new media projects in Canada. A prevailing truth in today’s industry, it seems, as new technologies and emerging distribution channels are increasingly