Your best bet for Media Production North of 60°

Dry Cold Media is your best contact for experienced, professional media consulting in northern Canada. We have more than 35 years experience in production and broadcasting throughout the circumpolar region. We have extensive cross-cultural experience. We know how to get around and get things done in the north. We have a wide network of contacts in communities throughout Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and Yukon.

Not your average production company

35 Years in the North

Keith MacNeill has worked in northern media since 1973, almost as long as there’s been northern media. He’s been involved primarily in broadcast television, but has also worked in radio, photography, and some print media

Field Production in Extreme Conditions

Whether following scientists and elders counting the controversial Nunavut bowhead whale, chasing the mushers of the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race, or travelling the mighty Deh Cho, we’ve been at work and at home in the north for years.

Northern Experience, Northern Connections

Nunavut. The Northwest Territories. Yukon. Nunavik. Alaska. Greenland. Northern Alberta. Dry Cold Media has experience and a network of contacts that covers the north.

Award-Winning

Keith MacNeill’s work has been recognized with many Canadian and International nominations and awards.

"Sure, it's forty below, but it's a dry cold."

Testimonials

Jennifer Hunt-Poitras,

former TV reporter, CBC North

Keith Macneill is one of the only television producers I ever worked with who, I felt, truly knew the people and communities in the north. He is one of the few non aboriginal people I have met who is completely comfortable relating to people who he sometimes can't even converse with. He has a rare commodity these days, in that, he knows the history and politics of the north. He has a unique approach to story telling that is character based and works well to illustrate the rich cultures and people that live in this part of the world. His open and non invasive style gets him access in places where many others would be turned away. It is his love for the north and the people that live here that makes him a vital asset to northern television production.