inSauga.com Partners With Mississauga Board of Trade on Unprecedented Municipal Election Coverage
The team behind inSauga.com and inBrampton.com is proud to announce that it has partnered with the Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) to bring Peel residents full coverage of the upcoming mayoral candidate debates in the 2018 municipal elections.
The people behind two of the largest media outlets in Peel, which are on track to achieve a reach of 40 million people, recently announced that it partnered with former RogersTV head producer Frank Bosnjak and Tri-Lite TV-- an organization with a long history in political coverage—to bring residents municipal election coverage on Facebook Live.
Now, MBOT has agreed to partner with the growing media company on an unprecedented initiative to bring real-time election and debate coverage to viewers through Facebook Live.
MBOT, a long-standing organization that represents Mississauga businesses, has a large, diverse and active membership that has made it one of the most vibrant business associations in Canada.
“The Mississauga Board of Trade is excited to work with insauga on this innovative election campaign project," says David Wojcik, President and CEO of MBOT. "We look forward to continuing our long standing presence during all candidate debates in the City of Mississauga.”
Khaled Iwamura, the founder of inSauga.com and inBrampton.com, and Bosnjak, a former Supervising Producer at Rogers TV who has worked on projects for The CBC, CTV, CityTV, Global and Tri-Lite TV, will be launching Facebook Live election coverage in 2018 in Tri-Lite's 3,000 square foot television facility in Mississauga.
The coverage will stream on insauga and inbrampton's Facebook pages, providing accessible coverage of the upcoming 2018 municipal elections. The initiative will fill the void in local coverage left by sudden closure of Rogers TV.
"We knew when Rogers TV closed their doors that the biggest concern that people of Mississauga and Brampton had was how the municipal election coverage and debates would be covered," says Khaled Iwamura, founder of inSauga.com and inBrampton.com. "Now, we have a massive studio and the far-reaching broadcast medium of Facebook to make for the most watched debates in the history of the Region of Peel."
Since the studio will broadcast all of its content on Facebook Live, viewers will not need cable to watch election coverage and debates.
Now, election coverage will be available to anyone--not just people with subscriptions to Rogers cable.
Stay tuned to insauga.com and inbrampton.com to learn more about the launch and exciting volunteer opportunities.
About inSauga.com and inBrampton.com
The inSauga.com and inBrampton.com media company has quickly become one of largest and most influential media news outlets in the western GTA, overtaking rival community publications in total reach. Insauga and inBrampton are on track to reach 50 million readers in 2017 alone, as well as 1.5 million video views. The websites also attract close to 80,000 followers on social media. The indep endently-run, online news source was founded in 2012 and specializes in breaking news, food and restaurants, arts and entertainment and lifestyle coverage.
Since being established in 1961, MBOT has played an important leadership role serving and representing the interests of business of all sizes and sectors in Canada's sixth largest city—a city with over 50,000 businesses employing over 440,000 people, including 60 Fortune 500 Canadian headquarters. As the "Voice of Business," it advocates on policy issues that impact local business at all levels of government. MBOT also offers a wide variety of valuable business services and professional development programs, networking events and marketing opportunities to help business grow, prosper, and get connected. www.mbot.com
About Frank Bosnjak
Frank Bosnjak is a television industry veteran, having worked as a both a producer and director. He's been involved in projects with such major networks as The CBC, CTV, CityTV, Global and The Shopping Channel. Bosnjak, who worked with Rogers for 13 years, recently opened Boss and Jack Entertainment--his very own television production company. He currently occupies a Mississauga television studio owned by Tri-Lite TV. For more information on this initiative, visit www.localtvspace.ca.
About Tri-Lite TV
The Mississauga-based Tri-Lite TV currently operates an 18,000 square foot space. Tri-Lite TV provides remote production facilities for sports, news, corporate and entertainment events. The full-service company also offers mobiles, air-packs, crewing, a studio and a complete rentals department.
Cover photo courtesy of City of Mississauga’s Official Facebook Page
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