The CMPA lobbies federal and provincial regulators to ensure that the interests of our members are considered.
Each year our members create 1000s of hours of original content - across all genres - from drama to comedy, documentary to youth.
The CMPA lobbies government and regulators on rights, finance, labour agreements, policy and other business issues.
On behalf of film producers from coast to coast, the CMPA expresses its most sincere appreciation to His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, for launching Rideau Hall Movie Nights Read more >>>
CMPA Oral Remarks re: Rogers Broadcasting Limited et al Renewals Read more >>>
The CMPA is delighted to announce that Marguerite Pigott has been appointed to the position of Vice-President, Outreach and Strategic Initiatives, reporting directly to CMPA President and CEO Michael Hennessy. Read more >>>
According to the annual Profile report produced by Nordicity under the auspices of the Government of Canada, CMPA and AQPM, almost $6B was generated in production activity in Canada in 2012/13. Read more >>>
The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) congratulates the Government of Canada for signing an Audiovisual Coproduction Agreement (Agreement) with the Republic of India. Read more >>>
Branded Entertainment is seldom understood outside the marketing industry, yet it could pave the way to greater collaboration in the creation and financing of original Canadian screen content. The second white paper in a three-part study, released today by the Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) as a prelude to discussions at their annual conference Prime Time in Ottawa next week. Read more >>>
Pursuant to the Study to examine the challenges faced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in relation to the changing environment of broadcasting and communications. Read more >>>
According to the latest figures released today in Profile 2013: An Economic Report on the Screen-Based Production Industry in Canada, the Canadian film and television production industry showed a minor dip from 2011/12 to 2012/13, with an overall decrease in production volume of 0.8% to $5.82 billion. Read more >>>
It appears that the CRTC policy review on the future of TV in Canada will be a process anchored by the interests of consumers. Read more >>>