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.
The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) and the Association Québecoise de la Production Médiatique (AQPM) have reached an agreement in principle with the Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) on a new 2015-2017 Independent Production Agreement (IPA). Read more >>>
New speakers confirmed for Prime Time 2015 - March 4-6. Read more >>>
Ted's keynote will focus on the changing film ecosystem, adapting from a scarcity model to one of abundant competition, and the power of aggregated communities when cultivated with relationship, participation and meaning. Read more >>>
The who, what and why of Prime Time 2015. Read more >>>
CMPA Presentation to Standing Committee on Finance With Respect to the 2015 Pre-Budget Consultations. Download here >>>
The CMPA and the Interstate Association of Audiovisual Industry (SICAV) today signed a cooperation agreement to expand opportunities for co-production between producers of audiovisual content, such as film, television and digital media production. Read more >>>
Prime Time: Where Canada's most prominent content creators and business leaders in the screen-based production industry gather. Read more >>>
Everyone wants to regulate the internet During the CRTC proceedings on “Let’s Talk TV” there was a lot of noise and rhetoric aimed at the CRTC and broadcast industry about the idea that somehow the internet should be “regulated” or “taxed”. Read more >>>