During my time with Bell Media's Communications department, I was on
the Talent & Partnerships team. My day-to-day tasks involved managing a variety of corporate sponsorships and liaising with clients on different promotional opportunities and brand activations. Scroll down for more details on the partnerships I oversaw.
Content Canada is a digital platform focused on showcasing the next generation of content produced in Canada and across the globe.
In partnership with Content Canada, Bell Media has developed its own Industry Suite, a web page profiling the company and content it produces. The page comes complete with a feature article, contact information, and a video playlist with some of Bell Media's latest projects.
Throughout the month of September 2020, Content Canada hosted its Digital Summit, a virtual experience that puts Canada's content industry into perspective. The Summit featured a series of panels, masterclasses, keynote interviews and more, all accessible online.
As part of the Summit, Bell Media prepared two panels:
The Women Behind CTV’s JANN
Iconic singer-songwriter and comedy star Jann Arden was featured alongside the powerful team of women behind the hit series in this exclusive masterclass.
The women behind CTV’s “JANN” took centre stage for a funny, entertaining and informative look at the series’ success, and how it is empowering women in front of and behind the camera.
The HireBIPOC initiative, a Canadian, screen-based, industry-wide roster of crew and creatives, has
a simple objective: to get more BIPOC hired.
This panel explores solutions to closing employment gaps in the entertainment media landscape at every level, how diversity in front of and behind the camera enriches content, the commitments among broadcasters to adapt and progress, and what it will take to make diversity and inclusion a condition of greenlight for productions.
Crave was the Presenting Partner
of the 2020 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, which took place virtually
from October 20 to 25.
imagineNATIVE is the world's largest showcase of film, video, audio and digital media works created by Indigenous artists, featuring more than 100 Indigenous directors, producers and screenwriters from around the world.
The festival aims to provide a better understanding
of Indigenous peoples and cultures, while celebrating Indigenous storytelling.
Reel Asian Film festival
Crave was the Platinum Sponsor
of the 2020 Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, which took place virtually from November 12 to 19.
Reel Asian is Canada’s largest Asian film festival, show-casing contemporary Asian cinema and work from members of the Asian diaspora. It features films,
television projects and new media produced by East,
South and Southeast Asian artists in Canada, the United States, Asia and all over the world.