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.
The report summarizes the consultation process and includes the main topics discussed at the Animation Summit.
This mid-year report presents six talked-about phenomena or recent market developments that may accelerate or potentially shift the macro trends presented in the first report.
This report draws a portrait of the macro trends that are shaping today’s screen-based industries and analyses their potential impact on the Canadian TV and digital media industry.
This report focuses on the development and deployment of second screen and social TV strategies and tactics.
A look at how the first cohort of IdeaBOOST accelerator participants made use of audience engagement methods as they progressed through the program, which methods they used and with what results.
Economic overview and a comprehensive review of the issues and major environmental factors affecting the Canadian documentary industry.
The state of Aboriginal television, interactive and feature film production in Canada and measured production activity over the five-year period 2007-2008 to 2011-2012.
The white paper aims to explore the rising habit of using a connected second screen while watching TV.
A study focusing on the TV-viewing habits of families with at least one child between the ages of nine and 12.
A look at new TV consumer practices along with the new avenues such changes open to in terms of creating convergent content.
Online resource for creators and producers of digital media content.
Analysis of economic activity in Canada’s screen-based production industry during the period, April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011.
This report bridges basic knowledge, current industrial stakes, the latest business models as well as upcoming trends in the Connected Platforms industry worldwide.
Review of Canadian and international littérature on the financing challenges facing interactive digital media companies.
A look at how the “videofication” of the Internet is generating increased demand for professionally produced original content that is specifically made for an online audience, while at the same time challenging the business models of the traditional television industry.