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GOVERNMENT POLICY –
BROADCASTING– CANADA –
ANALYSIS AND COMMENTS –
DECEMBER 1, 2016
BY: PAUL YOUNG, CPA, CGA
DATE: DECEMBE...
PRESENTATION
• This presentation will discuss the broadcasting industry in Canada
AGENDA
• Radio and Broadcasting – Operational Performance – 2011 to 2015
• Film Tax Credits – Canada
SUMMARY
• CBC receives over $1B in funding and shows an Operating Loss
• Broadcasting industry made 20% of revenue in pre-...
BROADCASTING INDUSTRY
Source - http://www.statcan.gc.ca/tables-tableaux/sum-
som/l01/cst01/comm02e-eng.htm
Comment:
• CBC ...
FILM TAX CREDIT
• There are both Federal and Provincial Programs to support entertainment and media in Canada
• Canada has...
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Government Policies - Broadcasting - Canada - Commentary and Analysis - November 2016

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This presentation will look at broadcasting industry in Canada. The analysis will look CBC as well as other broadcaster in terms of financial performance.

The presentation will also discuss tax credit programs available to promote local program including Canadian Culture

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Government Policies - Broadcasting - Canada - Commentary and Analysis - November 2016

  1. 1. GOVERNMENT POLICY – BROADCASTING– CANADA – ANALYSIS AND COMMENTS – DECEMBER 1, 2016 BY: PAUL YOUNG, CPA, CGA DATE: DECEMBER 1, 2016
  2. 2. PRESENTATION • This presentation will discuss the broadcasting industry in Canada
  3. 3. AGENDA • Radio and Broadcasting – Operational Performance – 2011 to 2015 • Film Tax Credits – Canada
  4. 4. SUMMARY • CBC receives over $1B in funding and shows an Operating Loss • Broadcasting industry made 20% of revenue in pre-tax operating income
  5. 5. BROADCASTING INDUSTRY Source - http://www.statcan.gc.ca/tables-tableaux/sum- som/l01/cst01/comm02e-eng.htm Comment: • CBC receives over 1B in funding and runs an Operating loss • Broadcasting sector in general sees a healthy operating income of 21% of revenue Source – CBC
  6. 6. FILM TAX CREDIT • There are both Federal and Provincial Programs to support entertainment and media in Canada • Canada has long been one of the preferred places to complete film projects by foreign producers due to the various federal and provincial tax credits available. The Canadian government has been proactive in encouraging investment by domestic and foreign producers by instituting tax credits to help offset the cost of production. This has had a major positive impact on the domestic film production industry, which now has more than 127,700 employees, and an annual revenue of approximately $5.81 billion. • Given the benefits of being able to access these tax credits, AG Tax professionals have prepared a brief summary of the credits available to the film production industry. We have provided details on existing provincial tax credits, and also analyzed recent changes to them, so that film producing companies can plan their tax measures accordingly. • Source - https://www.pwc.com/ca/en/entertainment-media/publications/pwc-big-table-film-video-2015-09-en.pdf • Source - http://agtax.ca/cra/canadian-tax-credits-for-the-film-production-industry

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