Tour: 20 March, 2017 @ 1pm - Museum of Television and Archive (MZTV)
About the Company
The MZTV Museum and Archive seeks to protect, preserve and promote the Receiving Instruments of Television History. Whereas other North American Museums of Broadcasting feature Programs, ours is unique in its focus on the History of the Technology, as well as on the Sets Themselves.
Together with related original papers, discs, books, magazines, toys and other ephemera the collection offers some 10,000 objects to scholars and students as well as the general public.
The Museum’s mandate is to exhibit the world’s most comprehensive collection of North American Television Receivers for the formative fifty-year period from the 1920s to the 1970s. The MZTV Museum also aims to tell the story of the medium and to contribute to the understanding of the impact of television on the people who watch it.
MZTV was founded by Moses Znaimer. Moses is also the Founder of ZoomerMedia Limited (TSXV: ZUM), Canada’s only diversified media company uniquely devoted to creating content, services, and experiences for the 45plus.
ZoomerMedia operates media across all platforms: National and Regional Television, (VisionTV, ONE, Joytv, HopeTV); Regional Radio with National distribution, (The New Classical 96.3FM, 103.1FM, 102.9FM, The New AM740); Digital Properties, (EverythingZoomer.com, CARP. ca); Trade Shows, (ZoomerShow); Conferences, (the prestigious ideacity and ZoomerLife); and the flagship Zoomer magazine, Canada’s largest paid circulation magazine for mature men and women, in which Moses pens his “Zoomer Philosophy”.
ZoomerMedia and CARP are located in The ZoomerPlex, a 2.6 acre block in Toronto’s burgeoning creative hub called Liberty Village. There, Moses Executive Produces theZoomer, Canada’s current affairs and lifestyle television show for Boomers with Zip!, and his new health and wellness series including Ask Dr. Zach with Dr. Zachary Levine, Healing Yoga, Message From Spirit with Colette Baron-Reid, and Divine Intervention with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.
The tour will take place at 1pm on Monday the 20th of March. The tour will be conducted by Darryl Komaromi, the Social Media Director at MZTV.
He will take the students for a tour of the company, and then for a question and answer session. The tour will conclude at about 2.00pm.
MZTV is located at64 Jefferson Avenue, at the Zoomer Media Complex (ZoomerPlex). This location is accessible on public transport, with the trip taking about 40+ minutes from EC Toronto. Click here to see travel instructions.
The host company is expecting a small group of up to 11 students, as well as an instructor/guide from EC. ID is not necessarily required, but just to be on the safe side, students should bring at least 1 piece of photo ID. When you arrive, please present yourself to reception, and Darryl will meet you for the tour.