Radio & Television

Tricon Films & Television inks multi-title deal with Google Play

TORONTO - Tricon Films & Television announced Thursday that it has signed an extensive agreement with Google’s digital platform Google Play across all territories worldwide for over 2,000 hours of content from their TV and film service.The deal will include Tricon’s library of scripted series including such titles such as Maron (23x30’) and The Spoils of Babylon (6x30’); all one-off documentaries and documentary series; and Tricon’s kids and family content including popular youth competition series The Next Star. Tricon said that it will launch a range of unscripted factual and lifestyle series shortly thereafter.“We’re very pleased to forge a new...

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.