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DigitalQC

Year: 2017
Producer: Melisa Forero
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Sandra-Jessica Couturier

DigitalQc is a series that focuses on the digital world and was filmed during the “Le Web à Québec” event. Hundreds of participants from around the globe gather to discuss, make decisions, and exchange views about new technologies pertaining to the digital world. It is the perfect opportunity to meet them and explore the stakes relating to this fast-growing field.

Episodes

Episode 1

Women and the digital world. The first episode is 100% dedicated to women and explores their roles in the digital world as developers, bloggers, and entrepreneurs.

Episode 2

Your health and the digital world. Which role can digital technology play in the healthcare system to improve its efficiency and promote innovation?

Episode 3

Sports and the digital world. Digital technology can help athletes in their sport and, also, become a sport in itself as the eSports phenomenon gains momentum.

Episode 4

Tourism and the digital world. An increasing number of tourists use a variety of digital platforms to plan their vacation and discover sites.

Episode 5

Pixel Challenge. To wrap up this season, two teams have 48 hours to create a video game from A to Z and hope to receive the highest honours at the Pixel Challenge.

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