SPACE: The Imagination Station (National Cable Broadcast TV Media Sponsor)
SPACE, a division of CHUM Television, is a 24-hour-a-day English-language national science fiction, science fact, speculation and fantasy channel. Offering the finest in genre programming, viewers need not look further for their fix of the paranormal, edgy, scary, creepy and fun! Fan-favourite episodic programs, blockbuster movies, acclaimed mini-series and themed-programming events -- they're all here. Since the station's launch on October 17, 1997, SPACE has grown into one of the top-ranked entertainment-based specialty channels. SPACE is truly the boutique station for all those who dare to challenge their imagination.
NOW Magazine (Print Media Sponsor)
NOW is Canada's most widely read English language urban weekly magazine with an audited 390,000 readers in the Greater Toronto Area and 15 pages of film coverage and film listings each week.
Rue Morgue Magazine (Print Media Sponsor)
Rue Morgue magazine provides interviews with the top names in the horror industry, along with the latest news, films, books, games, music, comic books, art, and culture related to the genres of horror, suspense, and dark science fiction. Rue Morgue is distributed across the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia in major chains such as Barnes and Noble, Borders and Chapters and has a distribution of over 65,000. The magazine also operates in Toronto the popular Cinemacabre cult horror film screenings at the Bloor Cinema as well as the three-day Festival of Fear at the Metro Convention Centre, attended by thousands of fans each year.
24 Hours (Print Media Sponsor)
With over 230,000 daily readers, Toronto's 24 hours has grown in less than two years since launch to become Canada's mostly widely-read free daily newspaper. Designed and edited to appeal to busy, active people of all ages, the newspaper's size, stock and production quality parallels that of a magazine and includes a mix of the day's top news stories, entertainment tidbits and Hollywood gossip, as well as a selection of sports, business, advice, puzzles, recipes and other features giving Toronto readers everything they need to be informed. The phenomenal success of 24 hours has also led to expansion of the brand, to 24 hours Vancouver and 24 Heures Montreal in the past year.
Drive-In Classics (National Digital Broadcast TV Media Sponsor)
Drive-In Classics, a division of CHUM Limited, is a movie channel that celebrates the funny, entertaining and sometimes thought-provoking drive-in movies of the '50s, '60s and '70s. Drive-In Classics puts the emphasis back on fun, delivering a wide array of feature films that are guaranteed to please all sorts of movie watchers. Fun in the sun. Bikinis on the beach. Action on the drag strip. Monsters on the loose. From the people who brought you SPACE: The Imagination Station. Available on Bell ExpressVu, Rogers, Cogeco, Starchoice and participating cable companies.
CKLN 88.1 FM (Radio Media Sponsor)
Since it's launch in 1983, campus community radio station CKLN FM has established itself as a leading voice in the Toronto's alternative music and arts scenes, and won numerous best radio station awards. Described by the Toronto Star as "perhaps the most innovative station in Toronto", CKLN broadcasts a diverse range of programming, featuring music tastes from blues to bhangra, and special interest shows including ones geared specifically towards filmmakers and cult film fans.
Gasoline Magazine (Print Media Sponsor)
Since its first publication in May 2003, Gasoline has provided a way for fans of the rock and roll lifestyle to read about their favourite bands, artists, athletes, and movie stars. In just three years, Gasoline has grown its readership to over 100,000 Canada-wide and publishes quarterly according to the event and trade schedule of the rock and roll community including Canadian Music Week, North by NorthEast Music & Video Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival.