Every year, students and faculty from the BCIT Television & Video Production Program volunteer time, equipment, and expertise to produce content for the annual World Partnership Walk in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. The walk generates millions of dollars in charitable donations to help end global poverty.
Our volunteers produced content for the main-stage LED screen, as well as covering the entire event with the same portable high-definition production equipment that we utilize in our program!
Special thanks to our first and second year Television students who volunteered to help out the Insight Productions crew with their Vancouver casting session for Big Brother Canada!
On behalf of Gord, Craig, and myself, I would like to say an ENORMOUS thanks to everyone who came out yesterday! I know how grueling your program is and we really appreciate that you chose to spend the free moments of your (early!) Sunday with us. I hope you know how incredibly vital you were to the process yesterday.
We would not have had the flawlessly amazing day that we did if it weren’t for each and every one of you being on the ball and tackling any task we threw at you. I can’t even count the number of times our producers came up to us to compliment your energy, enthusiasm, and eagerness to help! You all made me totally proud to be a BCIT alum!
Thank you again from our entire team at Big Brother Canada and don’t forget to tune into the show on Slice in the spring! You should be super proud of your contribution in making what is sure to be an incredible cast and an even more amazing show!
AMANDA SCHULTZ TOUR COORDINATOR BIG BROTHER CANADA