Small Print in the Media: Outdoor Journal Radio Show and Fish’n Canada

Things have taken a turn for the busy here at Small Print. And there are some great television and radio gigs to keep things interesting.

I’ve been taken aboard to write the scripts (on-location direction/narrative, post production voice-over, embedded ad material, etc.) for Fish’n Canada — Canada’s longest running and most-watched fishing/outdoors show on Global Television’s national network. I’m also writing material for the Outdoor Journal Radio show on Sportsnet’s the Fan590 — and it looks like that will be some exciting creative directional material (putting some creative/humourous oomph into pre-production and live material). I’ll also be doing some periodic co-hosting on the live radio show.

Of course, I’ll still be fitting in magazine and newsprint articles, communications writing for clients, and plenty of food-related writing as well. Toss in a neglected “outdoor kids” book project, a smartphone app project, as well as the randomness that comes with being a writer in Canada, and you’ve got one busy guy.

There is only one way to survive being a writer in Canada. And that’s to keep busy. Really, really busy.

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  • Previous Clients Include:

    Trent University, Peterborough Economic Development, Peterborough and the Kawarthas Tourism, Trent University Alumni Association, City of Peterborough, Fish'n Canada (Global Television), Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, PRHC Foundation, Electric City Culture Council, Market Hall, North by Northeast, Kidz Ink Corp, and many more!