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All Access | Jan 15 - 17 2018 | Winnipeg, CA

All Access is a three day media production industry conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba, powered by On Screen Manitoba.

Industry sessions include case studies, panels and interviews with a focus on sales and distribution as well as funder and broadcaster updates for film, television and interactive content creators.

Jean-François D. O’Bomsawin

Meet the presenting guests at All Access.  All Access is an annual three-day media production industry conference held in Winnipeg by On Screen Manitoba.

JEAN-FRANÇOIS D. O'BOMSAWIN

Senior Manager of Programming

APTN

Jean-François D. O’Bomsawin is a First Nations member of the Abenaki community of Odanak, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, Communications from the University of Ottawa. For five years, he worked for the Canadian Museum of Civilizations, managing a training program for Aboriginal Peoples.
 
Jean-François’ career started at APTN in 2010 as a Communications Coordinator for the Marketing Department. In 2012, he joined the management team as Manager of Programming, Eastern Region and was promoted, in July 2016, to Senior Manager of Programming. His management experience and understanding of Aboriginal perspectives are very beneficial to the development, evolution and commission of original programming and in leading the network’s team of regional Programming Managers.
 
Jean-François has always dreamed of playing a significant role in the television industry, so his current position is a dream come true. Fascinated by the diversity of Aboriginal cultures, he wishes to bring them to you on multiple platforms.


Jean-François D. O'Bomsawin est membre de la Première Nation abénakise d'Odanak, et il détient un baccalauréat en communications de l'Université d'Ottawa. Pendant cinq ans, il a travaillé au Musée canadien des civilisations à la gestion d'un programme de formation à l'intention des Autochtones. 

Jean-François a débuté chez APTN en 2010 comme coordonnateurs des communications pour le Service de marketing. Puis, en 2012, il s’est joint au Service de la programmation comme gestionnaire de la programmation de l'Est canadien avant d’être promu, en juillet 2016, au poste de gestionnaire principal de la programmation. Son expérience de gestion et sa compréhension des perspectives autochtones sont d’importants atouts pour mener l’équipe des gestionnaires de la programmation régionale dans le développement, l'évolution et la commande d'émissions originales. 

Jean-François a toujours rêvé de jouer un rôle important dans l'industrie de la télévision, et ses fonctions actuelles lui permettent de concrétiser ce rêve. Fasciné par la diversité des cultures autochtones, il souhaite vous les présenter sur de multiples plateformes.