Start Something Big: RogersTV @ 8:30pm CH 10 & 63

I asked the team at RogersTV to give me a screen shot from my episode of Start Something Big that airs tonight on CH10 and CH63 at 8:30pm EST. Pretty cool eh? Looks so complicated. There are heaps of components when putting together a show for TV.

I sat down with the Start Something Big team about a month ago and the reason I think you will like this segment is that I talk about how I got here, before internet. I was really involved in my community, social and media in high school which was the foundation I built my current career on after university. I had lots of inspiration from my parents and family who always encouraged me to be myself, no matter how different I was from other kids or what outfit I was determined to leave the house in. (This happened often!)

They also filmed part of a panel I spoke on during Social Media Week (Building Valuable Social Features into your Web and Mobile Applications) in The Burroughes building and talked to a few friend who’ve known me for a while. I have no idea what they said and have not seen the episode. 

I hope you can tune tonight and if not, the episode will be online eventually.  There’s a short one minute interview with the producer Neresse on the ol’ YouTube here.

Enjoy the day. Remember, you are younger today than you WILL BE AGAIN. Make the most of it. Do something. I’m going to attempt to clean beautify my room and have a productive work day.



  1. Erica
    March 27, 2012 / 8:15 pm

    very cool casie.  i will have to watch it online!  

  2. March 28, 2012 / 9:00 pm

    AHHHH! Oh I wish I was on the couch right now.  Please please PVR it for when I’m home kay.  So proud of you! 

  3. mum
    March 28, 2012 / 9:42 pm

    Casie so much fun sharing this with you on Skype last night.  The show was fantastic.  So well done!!!! Was so proud of you. Keep going. 
     Lots of love mum xoxo

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