Press baron Conrad Black has made as many headlines over the years as he has newspapers. In an exclusive interview to air this Sunday on Global TV’s Ottawa Inside/Out, Lord Black shares his provocative views on Canada’s decision not to join the United States in the war against Iraq. “I think the time Canada has influence in Washington is, at …
Reporters Without Borders called today on all sides in the Iraq war to help find nine journalists who are missing in the war zone, some of them since the start of the eight-day conflict.
TechTV today announced that it will dedicate the entire month of April as “Help Month.” Launching on Monday, April 7, TechTV’s original programs and on-air experts will provide viewers with programming dedicated to helping yourself, others and the earth.
Two friends risk everything to become lovers and relationships are put to the test in a brand new season of Queer as Folk. Back with 14 all-new episodes, the third season of the critically acclaimed drama about gay life comes to Showcase on Mondays at 10 p.m. ET, beginning April 7.
Astral Media Inc. is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Vidéotron regarding its Family Channel service, which will begin re-broadcasting in the Québec market at 4:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 1, 2003. The terms of the agreement with Vidéotron will not be disclosed.
CTV disclosed venue information across Canada for the upcoming auditions for Canadian Idol. Below is a complete list of those venues, the audition city they are tied to and the start date for auditions (all subject to change).
CTV announced today that when the war in Iraq begins, CTV will provide its live breaking news coverage, free of charge to any licensed radio station (AM or FM) in Canada, for as long as it warrants.
Reporters Without Borders today warned US authorities not to obstruct the media in its reporting of the expected imminent war in Iraq. It expressed concern that the US military might censor journalists officially allowed to work among US forces and that those who opted to work independently would not be protected. It also called on US forces not to destroy …
“Where does it stop? CanWest’s reported plan to go with one-size-fits-all entertainment criticism at its major dailies is yet another devastating blow to diversity of view and opinion in Canada’s newspapers,” says Canada’s largest media union.
Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc. today announced that it is reducing staffing levels in its Entertainment Group by 33 permanent full-time positions, or 4% of the Company’s overall workforce. The staff reductions will be implemented by March 31, 2003.