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Moses Znaimer is an internationally renowned Canadian broadcaster and media pioneer, founder of some 20 popular Canadian television channels and stations, including Citytv and MuchMusic. In 2008, Marketing Magazine named Moses one of the Top 10 Canadian Media Moguls Of The Past 100 Years. Currently, he is the Founder and CEO of ZoomerMedia Limited, a unique multi-media company devoted to serving the interests and needs of Canada’s 15.3 million people aged 45plus aka “Zoomers” (“Boomers With Zip!”). Moses is also the President of CARP, Canada’s largest Advocacy Association for Canadians As We Age.
In the 1970s, 80s, and 90s, long before Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or MySpace became worldwide phenomena, Moses anticipated the popularity of viewer-generated content and introduced innovations later widely imitated by American and international networks. His groundbreaking concepts such as Speaker’s Corner (a video equivalent of print’s Letters To the Editor), Videography (first-person, hand-held TV reporting), Televised Diversity (ethnic and racial diversity among on-air personalities), and the Streetfront/Studioless Television Operating System were at the core of the over 20 popular and independent Stations and Channels he co-founded including Citytv, CityPulse24, Bravo! – Canada’s NewsStyleArtsChannel, SPACE: The Imagination Station, FashionTelevision, Star! – The Entertainment Information Station, Book Television, SexTelevision, ACCESS: The Education Station, and Canadian Learning Television: Television That Teaches; not to mention MuchMusic and MusiquePlus, which served to define a generation of Canadian youth in both official languages. Moses’ impact extended throughout the broadcast world with TV co-ventures and licenses in Argentina, Colombia, Finland, and Spain. To permanently commemorate his visionary contribution to Toronto’s urban landscape, the City of Toronto designated the famous downtown stretch in front of the former Citytv building at 299 Queen Street West – MOSES ZNAIMER WAY.
In February 2008, Moses emerged as a champion of the Baby Boomer generation, and announced A New Vision Of Aging For Canada:
“My insight was that even that massive, market moving and ultra youthful generation known as the Boomers had inevitably to age; and that if they were considered dominant while they were young (because of their size) then surely they must still be dominant even if they were getting older.
And what is old anyway, these days? When does it begin? How should society understand and respond to the deep changes at hand given that we are all, generally speaking, living longer and better? In Canada, that discussion is led, with increasing vigor, by the Advocacy Association known as CARP.” – Moses
Moses is the Founder and CEO of ZoomerMedia Limited, (TSXV: ZUM). ZoomerMedia is Canada’s only diversified multi-media company uniquely devoted to creating content, services, and experiences for the 45plus on 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 AM740/96.7FM – Zoomer Radio); Digital Properties (EverythingZoomer.com, CARP. ca); Lifestyle Expos/Trade Shows (ZoomerShow); and the flagship ZOOMER magazine, Canada’s largest paid circulation lifestyle magazine for mature men and women in which Moses penned his 57 chapter treatise called The Zoomer Philosophy.
Moses is also the President of CARP, Canada’s largest non-profit, non-partisan advocacy association for Canadians as we age, with a network of 60 chapters and ±300,000 members, nationwide. CARP benefits enormously from ZoomerMedia’s ongoing editorial, advertising support as well as from participation in ZoomerMedia events such as the annual ZoomerShow in Toronto and Vancouver. The model of a non-profit advocacy Association supported both financially and editorially by a for-profit media company is unique in the world.
ZoomerMedia and CARP are located in The ZoomerPlex, a 2.6-acre state-of-the-art multi-media production and live event complex in Toronto’s Liberty Village. There, Moses produces “theZoomer“, Canada’s current affairs and lifestyle television show for Boomers with Zip!, and “The Daily Fix”, his new health and wellness series including Ask Dr. Zach with Dr. Zachary Levine, Healing Yoga with Deborah Devine, Message From Spirit with Colette Baron-Reid, and Divine Intervention with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.
The ZoomerPlex is also home to Moses’ MZTV Museum of Television housing the world’s largest private collection of rare vintage television sets (from the dawn of image transmission until the arrival of the transistor) and associated popular culture in the world, some 10,000 objects in all. His sets have appeared at Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum, the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa/Hull, the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff, and at the Cinémathèque québécoise in Montreal, Quebec to which he donated the bulk of his collection in 2008. Selections of his sets are on permanent display in both Montreal and Toronto.
Each June in Toronto for the past 17 years, Moses has gathered a dazzling line-up of 50 of the world’s brightest people and best artists for ideacity, three days of Talks, performances, parties, and ideas that can change the world. Each speaker has 17-minutes to give it their all on stage at the city’s spectacular Koerner Hall. ideacity has been called “Canada’s Meeting of the Minds”.
Through connections made at ideaCity 2008, Moses, along with NASA and Google, became the first Associate Founder of Singularity University in Silicon Valley, a facility that mixes top thinkers, scientists, innovators and philanthro-capitalists to find technological solutions to the world’s great challenges.
Moses was born during World War II in Kulab, Tajikistan to East European parents of Jewish descent fleeing Nazi persecution. In 1948, he arrived in Montreal, a post-WWII “DP” (Displaced Person). Following an Honours BA in Philosophy and Politics at McGill, he completed an MA in Government at Harvard University. Moses’ broadcasting career began at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in the 1960s, where he co-created Canada (and the world’s) first live national, open-line radio show, Cross Country Check-Up (still on the air today); and then went on to network television with 20 Million Questions, Take 30 and The Way It is.
Moses holds honourary doctorates from York University, University of Windsor, and Athabasca University. He is also the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Medal (2002), Order of Ontario (2005) and the Republic of France’s Chevalier de L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (2005).
Moses’ multiple broadcasting honours include the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ CAB Gold Ribbon (1998) – Canadian private broadcasting’s highest award to an individual; Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductee (2004); the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for lifetime achievement (2005); Canadian Film and Television Hall of Fame Inductee (2007); and the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award at the 2008 Juno Awards for his “invaluable contribution to the advancement of the Canadian Music Industry”.
For his pioneering promotion of tolerance and multi-culturalism in media, Moses has received The Urban Alliance on Race Relations Diversity Award, the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews Human Relations Award; and the Jane Jacobs Lifetime Achievement Award for his “extraordinary contribution to the public realm over many years and in more than one field, thereby gaining reputation and acclaim for his vision, passion, and impact”.
Moses was recently honoured in Rome, Italy at the 2015 “Nostalgia Di Futuro” conference; and in Milan where he gave the 2016 keynote address at Italy’s preeminent “Meet The Media Guru” symposium. The 2015 honouree was Francis Ford Coppola.
Updated July/16 by ZoomerMedia Limited. Not to be altered without permission.
ZoomerMedia Limited (TSXV:ZUM) is a publicly traded diversified media company uniquely devoted to the needs and interests of Canada’s 14.5 million 45plus, aka “Zoomers” (derived from “Boomers With Zip!”).
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