CBC - Arts Google's YouTube losing major advertisers upset with videos 2017-03-23T12:23:53.000000Z AT&T, Verizon and several other major advertisers are suspending their marketing campaigns on Google's YouTube site after discovering their brands have been appearing alongside videos promoting terrorism and other unsavoury subjects. Don't call it a comeback: Despite a new movie, Power Rangers has been here for years 2017-03-23T09:00:00.000000Z A new film about the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers might seem like brazen nostalgia, but the truth is, the show never actually went away, writes Jonathan Ore. The Magnetic North Theatre Festival cancels 2017 season 2017-03-23T02:44:12.000000Z One of Canada's premier theatre festivals has cancelled its 2017 season due to financial constraints. Colin Dexter, author of Inspector Morse detective series, dead at 86 2017-03-23T02:07:51.000000Z Colin Dexter, the unassuming British writer who created curmudgeonly, music-loving Oxford detective Inspector Morse, has died aged 86. 'Tapping into the comedy of couples': How Chuck Barris made TV that was ahead of its time 2017-03-23T01:41:39.000000Z Chuck Barris's trio of hit game shows — The Dating Game, The Newlywed Game and The Gong Show — have had a lasting legacy, paving the way for countless dating shows and reality competitions. 'No limitations': Heartland's Amber Marshall says show, characters evolve as 11th season announced 2017-03-23T01:28:38.000000Z The actor who plays Amy Fleming in CBC's Heartland, says she didn't think the show would be as successful as it has been. Alex Trebek, Odd Squad among Canada's Daytime Emmy contenders 2017-03-22T20:43:55.000000Z Alex Trebek, Jeopardy's man with all the answers, and Canadian kids programs Odd Squad, Annedroids and Dino Dan: Trek Adventures are among the latest nominees for the Daytime Emmy Awards. Ukraine bans Russia's entry to Eurovision Song Contest 2017-03-22T19:20:32.000000Z The Eurovision Song Contest, nominally an apolitical festival of pop music confections and cheerfully tacky costumes, erupted into a political dispute Wednesday after Ukraine banned Russia's contestant from entering the country. Missed, not missing: Richard Simmons' withdrawal sparks fascination 2017-03-22T17:03:58.000000Z Officially, Richard Simmons is not missing. His publicist, manager, brother and two LAPD officers have all said the 68-year-old fitness guru is doing fine. But he has been missing from the spotlight for three years — and that was enough for a former producer of The Daily Show, to create the Missing ... Just for kids: media start-up Pocketwatch targets audiences aged 2-11 2017-03-22T14:23:50.000000Z Former executives from Walt Disney Co and Viacom Inc's Nickelodeon network will lead a new media company created to provide video content for children ages 2 to 11, executives announced on Wednesday.