Ep 13 Inside the CNWA – The Living Embodiment of What Makes This Sport Great!
We’re proud to partner with ‘From The Second Row Productions’ on this show. T James Logan records the show in the field and we do the post production. It’s a lot of fun and if you’re interested in seeing CNWA Pro Wrestling live, check out their website at www.CNWAwrestling.ca for the schedule.
We also work on the TV Show, available on Central Alberta TV & RDTV.ca and produce the DVD sets for the TV Show available at CNWAwrestlingTV.com.
Lot’s of shows around Alberta this summer so be sure to check them out.click arrow to listen
BRASSmedia & Olds Municipal Library partner to offer video conference training sessions from Business Link
BRASSmedia Canada is proud to partner with the Olds Municipal Library to offer FREE training sessions to businesses in Olds. These sessions are provided by the Business Link via video conferencing and the cost is subsidized by BRASSmedia Canada. The training sessions offered are all geared towards adding to your knowledge of doing business on the web. Online marketing should be included in your marketing tool kit – now more than ever!
To take part in the session all you need to do is register with the Olds Municipal Library either via phone, email or in person and then show up at the session. This offer is open to all small businesses in Olds as well as non-profit groups. If you can’t make it – pass the following coupon onto someone who can. You are welcome to attend any or all of the courses. There are a limited number of seats so be sure to register early.
Enjoy the classes . . . for more info contact the Olds Municipal Library @ 403-556-6460 or Dean Owen at 403-896-4956 or email@example.com
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Inside the CNWA is an audio podcast featuring news, interviews and commentary about CNWA Pro Wrestling. Canadian National Wrestling Alliance or CNWA, is an independent pro wrestling promotion offering shows across Canada. The audio for the podcast is recorded onsite and in a studio with hosts ‘The Legend’ T. James Logan, who is a free-lance sports writer and ‘Mr. Beefy Goodness’ Vance Nevada who has been a professional wrestler, promoter and author for twenty years.
T. James Logan records the interviews at various wrestling shows in Alberta using portable gear. The main content – with T. James and Vance talking back and forth is recorded by Thomas Little. The audio files are then sent to us here at BRASSmedia Canada where we perform the post-production tasks. We edit, process and prepare the audio files for distribution. The podcast show is then uploaded to our Libsyn hosting site. Publishing is through Stitcher Radio at stitcher.com where it receives international distribution. The show is then promoted through various Facebook pages with mobile friendly embed code or direct links.
CNWA Pro Wrestling : www.cnwawrestling.ca
CNWA Pro Wrestling TV episodes : www.CentralAlbertaTV.net & RDTV.ca
CNWA Pro Wrestling TV DVD sales : www.CNWAwrestlingTV.com
Let BRASSmedia Canada produce your show. If you are interested in using web based audio for marketing or information purposes, give us a call at 403 896-4956 or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can work with you to produce audio and video podcasts. We are also able to set you up with your own online independent radio show.
We are currently working on a project for theOlds Fashioned Christmas group. There are so many events taking part in town during November and December we wanted to feature the volunteers and collaboration involved. Next year, 2013, is the 20th Anniversary of the Olds Fashioned Christmas. Here’s more information on the group:
Olds Fashioned Christmas started in 1993, is a community, culture and recreation event held in November and December, organized and coordinated by a team of volunteers. It has grown to include a large number of events, craft shows and children’s activities. There is extensive involvement of hundreds of volunteers, local businesses, schools and service groups. Everyone gets caught up in the spirit and pitches in to help!
Here’s a link to the list of events for 2012: Olds Fashioned Christmas List of Events – 2012.
Kiwanis Heritage Village in Olds Alberta
Olds Art Club Show & Sale as part of the Olds Fashioned Christmas
Olds Christmas Potpourri Sale in Olds Alberta at Olds College
Olds Image Seekers Photography Club Annual Show & Sale 2012
Here at BRASSmedia Canada we have been busy working in Olds Alberta, our new location and home-base.
Along with our regular tasks we have been producing and working in video production for a local web based TV station: CentralAlbertaTV.net.
Here’s some samples of the work we have been involved with:
And of course we still like to monkey around:
There are some exciting things coming up here at BRASSmedia Canada and we’ll keep you posted with what we are doing and what is happening in the industry with our blog!
Talk with you later . . .
Wow…it’s been a long time since I last posted to this site! A lot longer than I thought. We have been very very busy evangelizing technology in the Town of Olds. This has been a project with Olds Connected Community which is part of the Olds Institute for Community & Regional Development. The goals of the project have been to encourage use of the Community Engagement Site at the new Olds Municipal Library and create a culture of technology use in the folks of the town. It’s been a very exciting project and it will come to an end on June 30.
Here’s a sample of some of the things we’ve done in the project:
Featuring people around town who are using technology to get the job done. These are uber-geeks, just folks who embrace technology and use it as a tool for social and business communication.
This is one of our favourites:
Our social media marketing strategies won an EDA award and our team also shared an award with the OICRD and their fibre to the premise project which will provide super high-speed internet service to the community.
Seniors enrolled in computer training classes
A ‘Computers for Seniors’ course at the Olds Library experienced an overwhelming enrollment turnout. It was great to see these folks come out and master the use of computers. Yes it was to use SKYPE and eMail and Facebook so they could keep in touch with family. How cool is that?
Growth in use of social media
Businesses in the area are beginning to embrace social media such as Facebook and Twitter. A local social media marketing company hosts a monthly meeting/get-together and it is well attended. Tweet-ups for the town twitter users are also doing well.
Chamber of Commerce technology training sessions
The Olds & District Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Olds Library and our project to provide training workshops and lunch’n'learns for local businesses with a focus on internet and websites for biz.