February Freeze is Canada’s leading technological trade show for the entertainment industry. With over 50 established vendors and product manufacturers from all over the world
Freelance journalist and film critic Linda Barnard interviewed key CFC alumni and executive staff for the piece, including our founder and CEO Norman Jewison on his evolving vision for the organization.
There’s always something new to learn in an industry that changes as rapidly as Virtual Reality (VR)
This annual summit brings together more than 4,000 experts, producers, artists, researchers, and private and public funders, participating in a conference, a competitive festival, and a market.
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#BellBlueSky lights up Toronto; join the #LightUpthe6ix celebration with Arkells and City and Colour tonight at Yonge-Dundas Square. $1.5 billion Bell investment connects homes and businesses throughout Canada's biggest city with the world's best Internet technology
Platforms for broadcasting live gigs include Facebook Live, Periscope, YouTube, YouNow, ConcertWindow, StageIt, and Gigee. They are not all created equal.
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'We're a bunch of math geeks and engineers and it's kind of like the exact opposite of celebrity'