With Toronto studios still closed, some observers say Ottawa could grab an even bigger slice of the film & TV production pie.
An Ottawa-based television production company is continuing its global expansion push with a new deal to provide live streaming of its programming on a major U.S. internet TV service.
Famed Canadian chef and restaurateur Michael Bonacini flew into town to lend his culinary star power to a $1,000-a-plate benefit dinner for The Ottawa Hospital, held Thur
After decades of false starts, failed proposals and plenty of plot twists, the push to build a facility where major movies and TV shows could be filmed in Ottawa moved a step closer to re
Gusto Worldwide Media has made good on the promise of its name with its first international media channel, bringing its made-in-Ottawa culinary programming to Singapore.
The last time Chris Knight threw a big Gusto party was almost four and a half years ago, to celebrate the launch of his new food and lifestyle specialty channel.
Chris Knight hopes the new television studio he’s just built to serve his booming food network could set the table for a resurgence in O
Ottawa now has a state-of-the-art TV production studio to call its own, but the man who built it says the city is still a long way from landing a sound stage that will attract big-budget Hollywood
An agreement reached earlier this year with telecom giant Bell will allow Ottawa-based Gusto TV to produce some 100 hours of new content annually from its Glebe headquarters, CEO Chris Knight said
Has Chris Knight bitten off more than he can chew?