New Study Aims to Measure Impact of Digital Technology on the Culture Sector
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Dec 14, 2010

What's Goin On Magazine, Dec 14, 2010 The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) recently launched a pan-Canadian study on the Impact of Digital Technology on the Cultural Sector (...)

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RJR's future profitability looks shaky
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Oct 20, 2010

Jamaica Observer, Oct 20, 2010 RJR Group's profitability will remain fragile due to rising expenses, proposed government fees and regulation, according to management (...)

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Nordicity to research employment trends among women, visible minorities, Aboriginals and persons with disabilities in Canada’s screen-based industry
Posted by Nordicity in Toronto on Oct 01, 2010

Toronto – May 2011– Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) has commissioned Nordicity, in partnership with Environics, to conduct a study of employment trends in Canada’s screen-based media industry.

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RJR objects to $100-m broadcasting fee
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Jul 07, 2010

Jamaica Observer, July 07, 2010 RJR Group executives objected to a proposal that would see the radio and TV conglomerate to pay five per cent of its revenue as a licence fee equivalent to $100 million to its regulator (...)

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Was it good for you too? Talking about quality.
Posted by Nordicity in London, U,K, on Apr 29, 2010

Cecilie Stranger-Thorsen, Nordic Game, April 29, 2010 "Public service broadcasters have traditionally been given the responsibility to guide us through big technical changes, but both the broadcasters and the film institutes have missed the train when it comes to cross-media. The independent producers must be given the responsibility to drive this development, and they need new funds to do it."(...)

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Carr to drive Film New Zealand forward
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Feb 16, 2010

Screendaily.com, Feb 16, 2010 Gisella Carr has been appointed chief executive of Film New Zealand (FNZ), which is responsible for promoting the region as a location for filming and production (...)

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In-depth: Canada’s tax system
Posted by Nordicity in London, U,K, on Feb 09, 2010

Develop, Feb 09, 2010 In Canada, there has been widespread use of refundable expenditure-based tax credits for film and television production (...)

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mPICS Is Back In Business, With New International Links
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Feb 01, 2010

Voxy, Feb 01, 2010 Judith McCann is back in business with mPICS, her highly-regarded international consulting firm, which is now based in Wellington. She brings with her the five-year track record of the mPICS Group which she led from Canada until her appointment as CEO of Film New Zealand in July 2004 - a position from which she stepped down in September having ensured that the industry-led national film office was positioned to take on its new strategic directions (...)

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Nordicity Helps Three Applicants Get $500,000 in Funding from OMDC’s Creative Cluster Partnership Fund
Posted by Nordicity in Toronto on Feb 01, 2010

Toronto – February 2010 - The Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC)’s announced over $2.9 million in funding of 17 projects for the Ontario’s creative economy via its Entertainment and Creative Cluster Partnership Fund (ECCPF). Nordicity was commissioned by C3 Network (of Waterloo’s Communitech) to support applications for three projects, all of them successful. In fact, C3 Network, with Nordicity’s help, submitted applications that received approximately 17% of the total funding allocated by the ECCPF in its current round of funding.

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