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Travel & Tourism

We need a video host

By William Bakker | 10.14.07 | Comment?

Tourism British Columbia is looking for an online ski video host.
We have an exciting opportunity for a competent skier who is also dynamic on camera to host a series of mini documentary-style videos of three BC ski hills. The videos will appear online within a specific page on Tourism BC’s www.HelloBC.com site and potentially on other sites.
Host role
The role of the video host includes travelling with a videographer to three pre-selected BC mountains for between two and three days each, to ski while sharing information about choice runs and après ski activities with an online audience. They will also encourage consumers to submit their own photos or video footage. The host will be
sharing their ski hill experiences with a targeted online audience of 35 – 55 year olds who are affluent and enjoy skiing as a couple, with friends and/or with their children.
Required Skills
The host should be able to naturally adlib, while at the same time, include factual information about BC and each ski mountain, within their monologues. Mandatory key facts and information will be provided ahead of time to the video host. The host should have a passion for BC and enjoy sharing travel experiences with friends and family. In addition, the host must be a strong skier and will be required to ski on the video. Timeline & Compensation Travel dates are set between November 15th and December 19th 2007 and may fall on weekdays and/or weekends. In addition one video will be filmed inside locally prior to the travel dates. Compensation will be in the form of a project fee plus transportation, accommodation and per diems included.
Application Details
Please submit, by email to kristine.potter at cossette.com, a 1-2 minute maximum video showing why you should be chosen as the 2007/08 Tourism BC Online Ski Host along with cover letter and resume. Please include “ski host audition tape” in your email subject line.
Deadline
All submissions must be received no later than 12:00 noon, Friday, October 19, 2007.

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