Senior Communicators’ Forum: Video Storytelling… Taking Your Place Around the Digital Camp Fire

If you have been involved in communications for at least 15 years, then we highly encourage you to sign up; this is truly a singular event that promises to yield valuable information.

Scott Hannant

Scott Hannant

Scott Hannant is a passionate believer in factual storytelling. It’s at the heart of good journalism. And people are at the heart of good stories. It’s a philosophy that kept CTV News Ottawa in top spot during Scott’s career there as news director and executive producer. With more than 90% of traffic on the internet forecast to be video by 2014, professional communicators must embrace video storytelling as an affordable, scalable and effective tool of the trade.

Scott Hannant learned the craft of video storytelling over a 30-year career as a journalist. For 16 years, he was executive producer and then news director at CTV News in Ottawa. When he’s not spinning video yarns, Scott teaches television journalism at Carleton University and consults on media and communications issues. Scott is on the boards of the Ottawa Mission, the Youth Services Bureau Foundation, the Ottawa Public Library Foundation, Peace Camp Ottawa, and the Vanier Institute of the Family.

This private event allows you to participate in a discussion led by Mr. Hannant with fellow senior communicators where you can share stories and ideas with one another and gain valuable, professional advice and information regarding the topic.

When: Thursday, February 9, 2012, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Where: La Roma Restaurant – 430 Preston Street (Ottawa)

Cost: (includes 3-course dinner and drinks)

Cancellation policy

If you register and are unable to attend, we require you to cancel your reservation a minimum of 2 business days prior to the event.

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