This is going to be an important week for two Toronto-made games, but for very different reasons. One is a big gamble for the largest studio in the city, the other a long-awaited title from one of the most highly regarded indie studios in Canada.
SHAW ROCKET FUND KICK-STARTS ONLINE KIDS’ SAFETY PROGRAM FOR CANADIAN DIGITAL CONTENT IN PARTNERSHIP...
Rocket Fund will finance 100 per cent of the cost of kidSAFE Seal Certification over the first year of the program, further demonstrating the Shaw Rocket Fund's commitment to supporting producers in an evolving digital environment.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has quietly launched a systematic process that will destroy a vital component of Canada’s cultural and broadcast heritage. And the Canadian public knows virtually nothing about it.
Ubisoft will invest $35M in Manitoba, create 100 jobs over 5 years, company says
Based in Toronto and tailored to select digital media-focused startups, the four-month Accelerator offers a bespoke curriculum powered by a team of experienced staff, mentors, executives and investors.
Newly released documents show that federal officials have taken a close look at ways to have online services, such as Netflix and Amazon voluntarily agree to remit sales taxes.
For new game set in the U.S. and made partly in Toronto, finding a charismatic villain to go with its political territory was one of the challenges.
Should movies produced for Netflix and other streaming services be eligible to compete alongside theatrical films at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival?
The Canada Media Fund (CMF) announced today an investment of more than $6.2M in development and marketing support to 27 innovative digital media projects as part of the 2017-2018 second round of funding of the Experimental Stream Innovation Program.
On any given day, something crazy is likely to be happening at 1600 Vine Street, a 550-unit apartment complex in Hollywood.