Playback (magazine)

Last updated on 8 September 2017

Playback is an online Canadian film, broadcasting and interactive media trade journal owned by Brunico Communications. It was previously published biweekly as a print magazine for the Canadian entertainment industry.[1]

Playback
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Categories Film, Canadian film industry, television, media, culture
First issue September 29, 1986
Company Brunico Communications
Country Canada
Based in Toronto
Website playbackonline.ca

Background

The first issue of Playback magazine was published, in tabloid format, on September 29, 1986.[2]

The magazine has since begun to report on advancements in the online digital media industry as well, specifically web series and related events, media and culture.[3] The magazine also reports on funding resources for filmmakers, technical advancements in the industry, and trends,[4] widely considered to be a "must read" amongst industry professionals.[1]

Transition to online magazine

In May 2010, Playback magazine stopped publishing its biweekly print edition and became entirely an online magazine.[5]

Kidscreen

A sister publication to Playback, known as Kidscreen, has been published by Brunico Communications since January 1996.[6] The magazine focuses on the children's entertainment industry. Since 2009 the magazine have an annual award ceremony where they celebrate the best work in kids television and digital media of each year.[7]

References

  1. ^ a b 20, Katie Bailey November; 2015. "Playback names its Best of the Year". Retrieved 2016-02-04.
  2. ^ Jim Shenkman, Founding Publisher
  3. ^ ago, Julianna Cummins 1 week. "Riftworld, Sudden Master win at Vancouver Web Fest". Retrieved 2016-04-01.
  4. ^ ago, Jordan Pinto 3 days. "Bell Fund distributes $5.4M across 30 projects". Retrieved 2016-04-02.
  5. ^ Takeuchi, Craig (May 20, 2010). "Playback goes on-line only, Boards mag ceases publication". Georgia Straight. Vancouver. Archived from the original on May 25, 2010.
  6. ^ Playback (September 25, 1995). "Brunico launches new publication". Playback.
  7. ^ Kidscreen. "Kidscreen Awards website". Retrieved December 31, 2016.

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