Radio & Television

IT scares up $56 million for Ontario

TORONTO – Economic data released today by the Motion Picture Association - Canada says Warner Bros.' movie It Chapter Two, which was released today, weekend, spent more than $56.4 million in the province of Ontario when it was being made.The production supported over 500 Ontario-based businesses from more than 80 communities across the province and spent over $25.9 million on the purchase of local goods and services, says the MPAC press release. Key spending included:•          $1.7 million on construction and lumber supplies;•          $1.4 million on catering, bakery goods and other food items;•          $1.3 million on hotels and accommodations; and•          $1.9...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.