MEDIA PRODUCTION FACILITY TALKING DOG STUDIOS IS SHUTTING DOWN

Having never fully recovered from the loss of Saskatchewan's film tax credit, a longtime member of the province's creative industry is shutting down.

Rob Bryanton, president of Talking Dog Studios. DON HEALY / REGINA LEADER-POST

Having never fully recovered from the loss of Saskatchewan’s film tax credit, a longtime member of the province’s creative industry is shutting down.

Rob Bryanton, owner and president of Talking Dog Studios, announced on Monday that the Regina-based audio and virtual reality production facility would be closing.

“The time has come for me to close the doors on Talking Dog,” Bryanton wrote in a post on Facebook.

Founded in 1989 at 1212A Winnipeg Street, Talking Dog began as a music studio. It eventually became one of Canada’s largest audio post-production companies. During its time, the studio received ten Gemini award nominations.

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