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Catherine Mathys has worked in the audiovisual production and media sector for almost 20 years. Chronicler, reporter and animator, she specialized over the last decade in the analysis of technological and media transformations. She holds a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in communication, and she particularly appreciates our relationship with technology and its impact on our daily lives.
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An Ordinary Morning in 2030

What will a regular morning look like ten years from now? The Canada Media Fund’s Director of Industry and Market Trends, Catherine Mathys, pulls...

Futur et médias Podcast: What’s Next in Media in Six Episodes

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In India, Blockchain Is a New Gateway to Independent Films

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SXSW 2019: The Machine is Your Friend

Whereas the last two editions of the South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival had seemed to have unfolded in a certain climate of anxiety due...

What Does It Mean for the Media Industry to Innovate?

It is with excitement that we present you this seventh Trends report drafted by the Canada Media Fund’s Industry & Market Trends team. Throughout...

The Future of Media: From Competition to Collaboration

Last September 13, the second edition of Plateforme(s), Quebec’s media summit organized by Infopresse, was held at the Montréal Science Centre. In a mode...

COVID-19: What’s Next for Distribution?

As it gets closer to easing out of lockdown, the audiovisual industry is beginning to move beyond crisis management. Now what? We know there...
CMF FMC Key Trends 2020 tendances ordinary morning 2030

An Ordinary Morning in 2030