This section offers free access to dozens of research reports packed with analyses, data, tools and case studies that provide an overview of the challenges and opportunities for Canadian producers and creators.
A look at the international sale of Canadian television programming rights.
Main recommendations to better support the Indigenous screen-based sector in Canada.
The issues, methods, practices and innovations surrounding the measurement of digital content.
An in-depth look at the interactive digital media industry in Ontario.
How has the new audiovisual value chain been reconfigured? And which players are best positioned to make the most of it?
A look at strategies, programs, and practices that have a positive effect on gender equality and cultural diversity in the screen industries.
This report provides a summary of the audience data and trends that Telefilm has been measuring since 2012.
A look at the global market performance of high-quality series with a strong national identity in languages other than English.
A look at discoverability through the eyes of Canadian audiences: how they learn of the existence of content, how they make their choices, and these audiences’ main discoverability vectors.
A loot at how national content is defined in different jurisdictions for the purpose of accessing public support for feature film and television productions.
At mid-year, the User Experience remains what’s driving the ever growing connection and interdependence between content and technology.
A framework to help the industry to better master the different aspects of discoverability.
This study offers insight to traditional content entrepreneurs on how to attract increased investor activity.
The content industry is now better equipped to face the profound changes occurring globally as a result of the digital revolution.
Practical tool for answering ethical and legal questions asked by the Canadian sector producing digital content for young people.