Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2012’

Big Idea 2013: Unbundling Media

By Pete Cashmore on LinkedIn My big idea for 2013 is actually very small. Much smaller than this article. You see, while the sharing of news stories on social media has boomed in recent years, I often find myself wanting

The Huffington Post: The Best and Worst Canadian Television Moments of 2012

By Annette Bourdeau for The Huffington Post Canadian TV shows certainly made their mark in 2012, for better or for worse. Homegrown favourites like “Continuum,” “Lost Girl,” “Bomb Girls” and “Republic Of Doyle” continued to delight legions of fans. Plus,

Twitter, Nielsen strike deal to create ‘Nielsen Twitter TV Rating’

By Alex Weprin for Lost Remote  Twitter and The Nielsen Company have struck a deal to create a new television ratings measurement that will gauge TV conversations on the social network. The “Nielsen Twitter TV Rating” will launch in time for the Fall, 2013

New Original Series MOTIVE gets SUPER BOWL Kick-Off Feb. 3 on CTV

Toronto, ON (Dec. 13, 2012) – CTV’s newest original Canadian production has scored a touchdown with the announcement today that the thrilling new scripted dramatic series MOTIVE will premiere in the most coveted timeslot in prime time television – immediately following a hand-off

Tesco-owned Blinkbox ramps up kids programming

By Peter White for TMI Vision  Tesco-owned digital platform Blinkbox is aggressively moving into the kids space with a raft of deals with distributors including eOne, Aardman, Lionsgate and Cookie Jar. The subscription-free streaming service has picked up rights to

Call for Entries for The 2013 International Emmy Awards

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is now accepting entries for the 2013 International Emmy Awards. The deadline for submissions is February 18, 2013. Click here for the Rules and Regulations. And here for the list of nominees from