Montreal Microbreweries | Final Multimedia Project

For our final multimedia website, my team and I decided to create our project around microbreweries in Montreal. These kinds of pubs are the latest trends in the city and we wanted to explore all sides of it.  Take a look at our project if you want to know where to go to find unique microbrewed

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Let’s Talk About Wine | Advanced TV Class Project

In time for the annual wine tasting event La Grande Dégustation de Montréal happening November 8-9, 2013, my team and I decided to attend the event and explore the wine industry and the wine bar scene in the city. Statistics speak for themselves; Canadians are big consumers of wine, and have thousands of different varieties to

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The Rob Ford Scandal | Storify Assignment

Here are my reasons for doing my Storify assignment on the Rob Ford Scandal. Some stories that receive extensive coverage over the course of many months can easily be hard to follow for some people who have just joined the discussion or might not be familiar with politics in general. Storifying such stories summerizes the whole thing to

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Alternative Sports Show | Advanced TV Class Project

This week’s theme was sports, and it was production time for my team and I. We decided to put together an alternative sports show, and it was a success! I was responsible for some camera work as well as production and editing. Our reporters came up with greater sports story ideas and we presented the

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Illustrating Data | Data Visualization Assignment

Part 1 Here is a bubble chart of the usage that adults make of Internet. It is separated by month of survey. Overall, internet is mostly used for two main things, equally as a search engine to find information and to browse a social networking site, both with 59% of people admitting that they use

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“My Culture is Not a Costume” | ScribbleLive Assignment

On Monday, October 28th, I went to a public discussion titled “My Culture is Not a Costume: What’s the difference between appreciation and appropriation” at the Montreal, arts interculturels (MAI) café . The discussion was organized by the Office of Community Engagement of Concordia University. It was part of the University of the Streets Café

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HIV/AIDS in Quebec | Advanced TV Class Project

At the end of September, there was an annual walkathon called Ça Marche happening downtown Montreal. To tie in with this event, my teammates and I decided to do a piece on HIV/AIDS in Quebec and explore the issue more in depth for our Advanced Television class project. I was the reporter, helped with the scripting

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Upcycling | Advanced TV Class Project

More recently, here is a piece on Upcycling that my team and I produced as part of our Advanced Television class. I took care of camera two and helped with the producing of the show. Upcycling is a very interesting trend, and I think that it should definitely be further developed in Montreal to deal

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