FAMILY CHANNEL: SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR
DHX MEDIA, TV MARKETING
JULY 2016 - PRESENT RYERSON UNIVERSITY 2012-2016 TORONTO, ON RTA SCHOOL OF MEDIA
￼Design, conceptualize and publish images and video content for all Family Channel social media plat- forms, as well as the social platforms of Family’s associated programs and DHX specialty programming, Family Jr., F2N and Telemagino.
Work closely with TV Marketing and Programming departments to execute social media strategy to pro- mote and leverage linnear programming.
BACHELOR OF ARTS
MEDIA PRODUCTION MAJOR ENGLISH MINOR
OVERALL GPA: 3.67
Dean’s List 2016, Ryerson Student Scholars Association 2014-16.
Use Hootsuite to schedule content and interact with viewers, as well as YouTube and Google insight tools to identify our audience.
Pitch and execute social media cross-promotional contests, develop fresh ideas based on competitive research.
Shoot and edit bonus social media content with Family Channel stars, from twenty-second compilations to long-form YouTube features.
Write copy for all social media posts, creative briefs and summative reports for department leads.
ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT AND THE INSIDER: INTERN JAN. - JUNE 2016
CBS TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION LOS ANGELES, CA
Full-time intern at Entertainment Tonight and The Insider at the CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles, California. Rotate through all of the major departments at both shows, working primarily on the studio stage, in the control room, in the tape vault, at the news desk and in post-production.
Requested on a regular basis to personally assist the senior producer of Entertainment Tonight and the show hosts of The Insider. Trained and qualified to manage their desks and prepare their schedules. Given valu- able opportunities to assist them at exclusive interviews and media events.
Regular travel with field producers and crew to on-location shoots, taking notes, running footage and com- pleting detailed shoot reports.
Selected among the interns to pitch story ideas to Entertainment Tonight senior producer, Kevin Gershan, with opportunities to workshop scripts and receive mentorship. Work collaboratively with other interns to produce broadcast-quality feature news stories.
REVOLVER FILMS: INTERN AND PRODUCTION ASSISTANT APRIL - SEPT. 2015 510 QUEEN ST. WEST TORONTO, ON
Completed term as a production intern and assistant at one of Toronto’s leading and award-winning production companies in music-based film and video. Provided on-set assistance at many Revolver Films productions throughout the term, from commercials to music video shoots directed by the Grammy-nomi- nated Director X.
Personally assisted the award winning director and company founder, Don Allan, with campaign develop- ment and assignments within the production office.
CITY AND OMNI TELEVISION: COMMUNITY RELATIONS INTERN JUNE 2013 - JAN. 2015 33 DUNDAS ST. EAST, YONGE-DUNDAS SQUARE TORONTO, ON
Assisted the producer and floor director of Canada’s number one morning show, Breakfast Television, as well as the floor director of Toronto’s leading local evening news program, CityNews. Part-time contributor to social media and web content for City, OMNI and Breakfast Television. Assisted anchors and talent hired for event hosting. Permitted to attend meetings with the Rogers Media marketing and promotions depart- ment, helped to plan and execute promo events and campaigns.
ON-CAMPUS & ACADEMIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Producer and at Proud Pictures, creators of the BEARDS mini series.
Selected for a competitive production intensive at UCLA. Received exlusive mentor opportunities, devel- oped an original show concept and gave a professional pitch to a panel of industry experts from MarVista and Storyline Entertainment.
Directed a live multicamera episode of The Global City, a student-run international talk show with university students from around the world. Directed a full in-house studio crew while corresponding with the show’s partner crews in Australia, South Africa and Israel. Episodes streamed live at xxx-xxx-xxxx.