Le concert de Global Citizen dont la captation a été réalisée par EchoFogo en présence de Bill Gates, Justin Trudeau, Usher, The Roots, Half Moon ...
The Global Citizen concert film produced by EchoFogo featuring Bill Gates, Justin Trudeau, Usher, The Roots, Half Moon Run, Charlotte Cardin and ...
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The Global Citizen concert film produced by EchoFogo featuring Bill Gates, Justin Trudeau, Usher, The Roots, Half Moon Run, Charlotte Cardin and multiple artists and celebrities is now available on demand to Bell subscribers on TV1.
Montreal, October 4, 2016 – EchoFogo, a concert film production company created by the association of Echo Media (Luc Chatelain) and FogoLabs (Pierre and François Lamoureux), is proud to announce the broadcast of the Global Citizen concert. The event was hosted on Saturday, September 17th, at the Bell Centre in Montreal and starred Usher, Bill Gates, Justin Trudeau, The Roots, Half Moon Run, Diane Kruger, Maripier Morin, Metric, Sam Roberts, Eric Salvail, Bobby Bazini, Charlotte Cardin, George Stroumboulopoulos, Patrick Langlois and Kweku Mandela.
Directed by Francois Lamoureux, the four-hour concert offers an exceptional sound and image quality. It was broadcast live to Bell Fibe TV subscribers on TV1 and at iHeartRadio.ca and is now available on demand with Bell Fibe TV, on TV1, channel 1.
The Global Citizen concert to end AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria is a celebration of the power of the world to come together for global health, driven by Canada’s leadership. Taking place after the conference where governments and private sector partners committed to funding the Global Fund’s life saving work for the next three years, the event celebrated announcements from world leaders working together with the shared goal of ending three of the world’s deadliest diseases. These funds, which will save an additional eight million lives and avert 300 million infections, are critical in the fight to end HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria as epidemics.
Photo credits: Kaitlyn Crossley