ONE of the pioneers of Canadian TV industry, Moses Znaimer, was in Vancouver on Thursday to talk about his ‘New Vision of Aging for Canada’ and he also visited the office of The Voice in Surrey.
Citytv.Bravo/MuchMusic etc. creator Moses Znaimer, now President of CARP and Founder of ZoomerMedia, participated in a Special Event hosted by the 5 CARP Chapters in the Greater Vancouver Area.
Moses was the keynote speaker discussing his New Vision of Aging for Canada and the “Zoomer phenomenon”.
It has been 3 years since Moses a
ddressed Vancouver CARP members in his newest role as a champion for the rights and interests of Canada’s under-served 15.1 million 45plus demographic. Since that time, CARP has become the most listened-to senior’s advocacy association by all levels of government on issues related to mandatory retirement, pension and healthcare reform, elder abuse, and caregivers’ rights.
ZoomerMedia has also grown to become Canada’s only diversified media company uniquely devoted to creating content, services, and experiences for the 45plus. The company operates media across all platforms: National and Regional Television including VisionTV and Joytv10, National Print (Zoomer magazine), Regional Radio, Websites, Trade Shows, and Conferences including the ZoomerShow, the largest consumer/lifestyle expo for the 45plus that will take place at the Vancouver Convention Centre, for the 3rd year, on February 23 and 24/13.
Read more about Moses’ concerns & plans for the 45plus generation, his history with televised diversity, his plans for Joytv10 and more in our next issue.