FTP Media produced a video series for the Mobile Experience Innovation Centre, a not-for-profit association founded by OCAD University in Toronto with a mission to “support design leadership, experience innovation and applied research in Canada’s mobile and wireless industries.” Part of the program involved mentoring advanced high school students in the filming and post-production editing of the event’s video series. For more information about this excellent program and to register for future events, visit the MEIC blog here.
The renowned author of Diet for a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappé, captivated over a thousand people in public forums hosted by USC Canada on Jan 31 and Feb 1. View the full 52 minute version of Frankie’s compelling talk here:
In 2011, FTP Media was contracted by MZTV, the production and distribution branch of ZoomerMedia Limited, to build a digital archive of the legacy of work produced by the company’s founder, Moses Znaimer. In the role of Associate Producer, Lisa Santonato catalogued, digitized and archived more than two hundred hours of video tape for the company’s internal reference library. In addition, she assisted the Producer in the daily organization of shows going to air on Vision TV, a ZoomerMedia channel.
In 2010, nextMEDIA called upon FTP Media to provide media coverage of the 2010 Canadian New Media Awards. Hosted by etalk co-anchor Ben Mulroney, the event concluded the annual nextMEDIA conference and recognized the achievements of many entrepreneurs and innovators in the digital media sector.
To help launch Indigo’s new blog, FTP Media was hired to shoot a “play date” with a dozen pre-school and school-age children, all brought in to the Indigo corporate headquarters in downtown Toronto to have fun testing out toys from Chapters Indigo. A series of four short videos were produced from that half-day shoot, each posted online blog.indigo.ca,and available for viewing via the in-store kiosks at Indigo Books & Music.
The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation‘s Blueprint for the Future, held in Thunder Bay in February 2010. Blueprint for the Future (BFF) is a series of national career fairs designed to attract First Nation, Métis and Inuit high school students to the wide array of potential careers available in all employment sectors.