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FilmOntario: Economic Profile of Ontario’s Screen-based Industry
Nordicity was engaged by FilmOntario to create a report detailing the economic impact of Ontario's screen-based industries for the period between 2014 and 2017.
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: January 31, 2019
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Economic Impact, Film/Tv Production
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Ireland's Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural, and Gaeltacht Affairs: Economic Analysis Study of the Audiovisual Sector in the Republic of Ireland
Ireland's Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural, and Gaeltacht Affairs engaged Nordicity and Olsberg-SPI (prime contractor) to prepare the first-ever comprehensive study of the audiovisual sector's economic contribution.
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: December 18, 2017
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Economic Impact, Film/Tv Production
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Lights, Camera, Access!: "ScreenAccessON" The Employment of People with Disabilities in Ontario’s Screenbased Industries
Lights, Camera, Access! engaged Nordicity to develop an up-to-date profile would provide the film and television industry with a current snapshot of the issues facing persons with disabilities in the industry.
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: September 27, 2016
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Employment Analysis, Film/Tv Production
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OMDC: "The State of Content Distribution" A Review of Content Distribution in the Cultural Media Industries
OMDC asked Nordicity to prepare a study regarding the state of content distribution. The report details how content is being distributed, across the various cultural media industries supported by OMDC.
Expertise: Arts, Culture, and Heritage, Creative Industries
Date: June 8, 2016
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Film/TV production, Interactive Digital Media/Video Games, Music, Publishing (books or periodicals)
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CBC|Radio-Canada: Analysis of Government Support for Public Broadcasting
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) commissioned Nordicity to prepare an update to its biennial analysis of public funding for public service broadcasters (PSBs) and culture in Canada and 17 other Western countries. 
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: April 11, 2016
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Film/Tv Production
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ACTRA, Canadian Media Guild, DGC, Friends of Canadian Broadcasting, Unifor: "Canadian Television 2020" Technological and Regulatory Impacts
Nordicity and Peter Miller were retained by ACTRA, Canadian Media Guild, Directors Guild of Canada, Friends of Canadian Broadcasting, and Unifor to analyze the economic challenges facing Canadian television in light of the CRTC’s regulatory policy decisions pursuant to the Let’s Talk TV (LTTV) hearings.
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: December 31, 2015
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Film/Tv Production
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BFI, Pinewood Group, Ukie, the British Film Commission and PACT: Cultural and Audience Contributions of the UK’s Film, High-End TV, Video Games, and Animation Programming Sectors
In partnership with Olsberg•SPI, Nordicity was retained to produce a key study on the economic, cultural and audience contributions of the UK’s film, high-end TV, animation and video games industries.
Expertise: Creative Industries, Digital Economy and Innovation
Date: September 2, 2015
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Film/Tv Production, Interactive Digital Media/Video Games
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The Canadian Film Centre (CFC): The Economic Impacts of the Canadian Film Centre (Phase Two)
Nordicity first analyzed the economic impact of the CFC’s alumni in 2012 and was engaged again in the spring of 2014 to develop a “Phase Two” report. This report assesses once again how attending the CFC has had an impact on alumni career trajectories and productivity, and the ensuing economic impacts of those activities.
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: June 17, 2015
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Economic Impact, Film/Tv Production
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Department of Canadian Heritage: Economic Impact of Audiovisual Treaty Coproductions and Co-ventures in Canada
The Department of Canadian Heritage engaged Nordicity, in association with Duopoly, to provide a detailed analysis of audiovisual treaty coproduction and co-venture activity in Canada, and to demonstrate their economic impact on the Canadian economy. 
Expertise: Arts, Culture, and Heritage
Date: March 31, 2015
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Film/Tv Production
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Independent Web-series Creators of Canada (IWCC-CIWC): Industry Profile of the Independent Web Series Creators of Ontario
The IWCC-CIWC required more organized and relevant information on web series creators -from financing and distribution to monetization and creative control. 
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: June 23, 2014
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Digital Innovation, Film/Tv Production, Industry Profile
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CBC|Radio-Canada: Analysis of Government Support for Public Broadcasting and Other Culture in Canada
Nordicity provided the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) with an update to its 2011 study of federal government support for public broadcasting and culture. 
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: October 1, 2013
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Film/Tv Production
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Motion Picture Association - Canada (MPA-C): The Economic Contribution of the Film and Television Sector in Canada
The Motion Picture Association of America – Canada (MPAA-C) commissioned Nordicity to prepare the first-ever analysis of the economic contribution of the entire film and television sector value chain in Canada. 
Expertise: Creative Industries
Date: July 24, 2013
Tags: Broadcasting/AV Distribution, Film/Tv Production
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Nordicity is a leading international consulting firm providing private and public-sector clients with solutions for Economic Analysis, Strategy and Business, and Policy and Regulation across four priority sectors: arts, culture and heritage; digital and creative media; information and communication technologies (ICTs) and innovation; and, telecommunications and spectrum. With offices in Ottawa (HQ), Toronto, Vancouver and London, UK Nordicity is ideally placed to assist our clients to succeed in the rapidly evolving global markets.