What are you doing this Wednesday evening? On Monday we are still lamenting about how there are still 4 more days until the weekend. Tuesdays are often a day many of us have accepted that the week is well underway. In fact, Workopolis states that Tuesdays are the most productive day of the week. Thursdays are a celebration that there is only one more day to go until the weekend. And, well, Friday speaks for itself. So that leaves us with Wednesday, aka Humpday. The Liberty Village BIA, in partnership with Zoomer Media and the MZTV Museum to make Wednesday, March 29th something to remember with The Changing Nature of Media.
What is The Changing Nature of Media?
It is a panel discussion bringing together some media giants and influencers, mostly from Liberty Village. This event is the first social event of 2017 organized by the Liberty Village BIA. Employees and residents of Liberty Village are invited and encouraged to attend. Meet your neighbours, discover some great companies that call LV home, and engage in some great discussion. Media is injected in all facets of our lives. Where it was twenty years ago is much different now. The past, present and future of media will surely be discussed.
The Joining of Forces
The awesome thing about our community is the camaraderie that exists. Whether it be the fact that many small businesses buy from one another, residents and employees shopping local or seeing organizations partnering together to make some unique events. The Changing Nature of Media is being organized by the Liberty Village BIA and is being held at the Zoomerplex. Zoomer Media and the MZTV Museum are playing instrumental roles by allowing the coveted museum to be open for tours to see Moses Znaimer’s incredible TV collection and for logistical support. Amazing results happen when cooperation and collaboration exist.
Who are the Panelists?
Various media channels are represented at the panel. Radio is represented by Indie88. Subscription TV and speciality channels will be highlighted by Anthem Network. Traditional print will be addressed by the Toronto Star. Lastly, the field of public relations will be represented by Faulhaber Communications. The panel will be moderated by Marissa Semkiw, a reporter for The Zoomer. It is sure to an insightful and intriguing discussion.
Enjoying Local Food and Drinks
An event just isn’t complete without food and drink, right? Guests will be nibbling on scrumptious appetizers from Liberty Commons and Paramount Fine Foods. If you have not had a chance to sample the fare from these two great establishments, then here is your chance, at the event! Cold and tasty beer will be supplied by Big Rock, the newest brewery to join the Liberty Village neighbourhood.
How to Attend?
Interested in going? Of course you are ;)! It is a ticketed event. Tickets are $20 and includes the following:
- 2 drink tickets
- A tour of the MZTV Museum
Purchase your tickets here and we will see you there!