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.
Women in View offers insight on employment of women in feature-length films and live action television series in Canada.
A look at strategic partnerships between the philanthropic and Canadian documentary sectors.
Could 2015-2016 also be the “Year of SVOD” in Canada thanks to the arrival of Shomi and CraveTV, and with one third (33%) of the country already signed up for Netflix?
This report presents experiences and practical information from Canadian digital media companies that have executed deals in China, India, South Korea, Argentina, Brazil and Colombia.
Based on informal group conversations with 16 to 34 year-olds, the study provides a snapshot of their daily media consumption and preliminary answers to why they regard digital content as the norm.
Summary of the discussions and testimonials collected during the first edition of Emergence Lab, a Franco-Canadian laboratory dedicated to emerging and innovative forms of storytelling for new platforms.
This report identifies opportunities for Canadian content producers that have emerged in the original digital content space.
As digital life online continues to spread globally, the US market reached a tipping point this year: there are now more subscribers to the internet than to cable TV. It seems that a new balance is in the works.
This study of interactive digital media looks at monetization trends, as well as at strategies and success stories in Canada and elsewhere.
Funding approaches, challenges & adaptation strategies to help funders cope in a changing media environment.
This study explores how Canadians select the TV series and films they watch.
This guide was created to help local interactive digital media and cross-platform producers gain a better understanding of international digital media co-production. It focuses on France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
This report provides an update on the state of the Canadian program rights market from previous studies on point.
Study on the viewing habits of documentary audiences.
Technology continues to shift towards robust content delivery systems, higher quality screens and an ever increasing number of internet-enabled devices available in households.