Radio & Television

CMF awards $10.7M to 19 projects by racialized creators

TORONTO and MONTRÉAL — The Canada Media Fund (CMF) today announced a $10.7-million investment through its Pilot Program for Racialized Communities (PPRC) for 19 audiovisual projects by production companies owned and controlled by Black people and people of colour. “The Pilot Program for Racialized Communities, which forms part of the CMF’s Convergent Stream, recognizes the historic barriers members of equity-deserving communities face and is designed to support the growth of English- and French-language audiovisual production by underrepresented creators,” explains a CMF press release. “The CMF has made — and will continue to make — every effort necessary to ensure Canada’s...

Our industry and COVID-19

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