July 1st has a unique place in Canadian media history. On this day in 1927 the CBC broadcast their signal to the nation for the very first time. In 1958 Canada was united through the first cross country television broadcast and on July 1, 1966 Canadians saw their country on the tube in color from coast to coast.
This year, another great Canadian network will launch nationally. After a successful pilot test in Vancouver, Ayoudo will be rolling out to 50 cities and neighbourhoods in all 10 provinces. And today we are live in Quebec. So if you’re in Montreal, Quebec City or any of the surrounding areas become a founding member of your local Ayoudo community by signing up today.
With our Canadian roll out we are also introducing the community to our regional Ambassadors. We are pleased to welcome Francois Mathieu from Montreal who’s representing Quebec. Let him know if there’s anything you need and feel free to contact us with questions or comments.
Canadians can find out when Ayoudo is coming to their town by checking the schedule or by signing up on the web. The site is free to use and members can become part of the network using Facebook or their email address.
Welcome to Ayoudo – from Marie, our Director of Community Engagement