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Canadian Media Producers Association |
  • In today's media landscape, producing content can be challenging. The CMPA has one goal... your success!
    Work with us to ensure a prosperous future for Canada's independent production sector and for Canadian content.
  • The CMPA represents just over 300 companies that create the best of film, TV and digital content across Canada.

    Each year our members create 1000s of hours of original content - across all genres - from drama to comedy, documentary to youth.

  • We actively promote a competitive, diverse and dynamic industry to provide opportunities for our members' creative and commercial success.

    The CMPA lobbies government and regulators on rights, finance, labour agreements, policy and other business issues.

  • One-stop shopping. The Producer area contains industry information, tools,
    and resources for emerging and established production professionals.
    Canada is open for business. The Industry Partners area provides information for non-producers
    working in the production industry and for those wishing to work with our members.
    What's going on. Visit the Media area for the latest CMPA
    and industry news, events, and other media-related information.

    Why Join the CPMA?

    Join esteemed professionals and help us shape your future. Our collective voice gives us strength and the ability to influence change. Join us to ensure you are represented.

    Be Heard

    March 9, 2018

    Production of feature film Maudie paints a picture of economic success

    A new CMPA study, released in advance of the Canadian Screen Awards, illustrates the remarkable economic activity generated by the production of the feature film Maudie. Read more→ 

    March 8, 2018

    JOINT PRESS RELEASE - Canadian Creative Industries release new Code of Conduct

    A new Canadian Creative Industries Code of Conduct has been adopted to help prevent and respond to harassment including sexual harassment, discrimination, bullying and violence. Read more→

    February 27, 2018

    CMPA welcomes federal budget that invests in Canadian content

    The Canadian Media Producers Association applauded measures included in today’s federal budget to maintain funding for the Canada Media Fund. Read more→

    February 1, 2018

    Canada’s screen content production sector continues to drive impressive economic growth

    According to the latest figures released today in Profile 2017: An Economic Report on the Screen-Based Media Production Industry in Canada, production volume in Canada reached an all-time high of $8.38 billion in 2016/17. This 24 per cent rise in volume over the previous year helped generate 171,000 full-time jobs and added $12 billion to the country’s GDP. Read more→

    January 18, 2018

    Creative heavyweight Jay Baruchel to deliver closing keynote at the CMPA’s Prime Time in Ottawa

    The CMPA is pleased to announce creative heavyweight Jay Baruchel will wrap up the 2018 edition of Prime Time in Ottawa as the closing keynote speaker. Read more→

    December 14, 2017

    New horror film Pyewacket summons impressive economic activity in Northern Ontario

    Today, the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) released a new study summarizing the economic impacts of the newly-released Canadian horror film Pyewacket, starring Laurie Holden and Nicole Muñoz. Read more→

    November 15, 2017

    Heavy hitters Netflix, YouTube and Facebook added to speaker lineup for 2018 edition of CMPA’s Prime Time in Ottawa

    The CMPA today announced industry innovator Elizabeth Bradley, Vice President of Content, Netflix will deliver the Friday morning keynote conversation at Prime Time 2018 in Ottawa. Read more→

    November 9, 2017

    TV series Mohawk Girls drives major economic growth in Greater Montreal communities

    In advance of the upcoming Mohawk Girls season premiere, the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) has released a study summarizing the impressive economic impact of the hit series over its five seasons. Read more→

    October 11, 2017

    Galloping success: TV series Heartland generates nearly half-billion in economic impact

    A new study released today by the CMPA quantifies the remarkable economic impact of Canada’s longest-running one-hour drama, Heartland. Read more→

    September 28, 2017

    CMPA welcomes Minister Joly’s vision for a Creative Canada

    The CMPA welcomed the Creative Canada policy announced by Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly this afternoon. Read more→