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Niche-o-nomics: The Crowdfunded Resurrection of TV eh?

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A year ago, the TV eh? website (dedicated to reporting on the Canadian television industry) was mothballed as its founder felt she had run her course with it. With a change of circumstance, a meeting of minds, a merging of talent and skill, and a group of crowdfunders who gave over $21,000 to get the site back off the ground again, TV eh? is going stronger than ever.

This panel will feature three key content creators for the site, including Editor: Greg David, Writer: Emily Gagne, and Podcast Host: Anthony Marco. The panel will outline the skill sets each bring to the site and the story of how nice niche can be.

Key Take Aways

  • Niche building
  • Merging skill sets
  • Serving an online community
  • BYOB: Bring Your Own Background
  • Meshing Media

Q: I’ll be coming to PodCamp Toronto by car, is there parking?

Parking is not provided on-site, though there are several paid lots and some street parking available in the immediate area. Heated underground parking is available directly across Gould Street underneath the Metro grocery store. To access it, come north from Dundas up Dalhousie Street (one way) and the entrance to the garage will be on your right just before you get to Gould.

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