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Bell Fund Sponsors International Digital Emmy Awards and Celebrates Canada’s Nominees

Toronto, February 21, 2013 – Canada has received three nominations from amongst 12 projects representing 10 countries nominated for this year’s International Digital Emmy® Awards. The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced that Guidestones (guidestones.org), produced by

Fans: Best Friends, Taskmasters & Critics

Abu Dhabi – The world’s leading mobile content producers and experts will convene in Abu Dhabi to celebrate the winner’s of the third mobile World Summit Award, a UN flagship program for the best in digital media. Winning mobile projects,

Engage & Play Game Seminar

A Long Engagement: Commit Early and Build Fans for Life Fans used to be the “light at the end of a tunnel”, the byproduct after years of development, grinding production and massive marketing outreach. Today, FanBuilding can begin before everything else.

Indie Game Innovator Minority Media Taps FanTrust for Digital Strategy & Community Building

With support from Sony’s PSN Pub Fund and the Canadian Media Fund, Minority launches Papo & Yo, heralding the next generation in “meaningful games” FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE VANCOUVER, BC – August 15, 2012 – Triple A game developer Minority Media,

VIDCON Recap: It’s About More Than Just YouTube

By Ed Carrasco for New Media Rock Stars This year’s VidCon may have already come and gone, but here at NMR, what we’ve learned from the three-day event at the Anaheim Convention Center will stay forever. Vidcon was about having the biggest,

Impact of the 2012 Canadian Federal Budget on Startups

By Llyod Lobo for Techvibes The Federal government announced some great news for startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs as a part of their new budget yesterday. Over the past few months, there had been talks of streamlining the $3.6 billion

Lifetime Rebrands Itself With Original Programming

This April, Lifetime will rebrand with more original programming that stays true to its mission of embodying the female spirit By Nancy Dubuc, president and general manager of History and Lifetime networks As a pioneer in understanding the importance of

Youths Are Watching, But Less Often On TV

By Brian Stelter for The New York Times Television is America’s No. 1 pastime, with an average of four hours and 39 minutes consumed by every person every day. But more and more young people are tuning in elsewhere. Americans

Big Data Is Cool Now

By Steve Lohr, a technology reporter for The New York Times Welcome to the Age of Big Data. The new megarich of Silicon Valley, first at Google and now Facebook, are masters at harnessing the data of the Web — online

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