Trevor Doerksen

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Trevor Doerksen

Doerksen (right) at the Digital Hollywood Media Summit in New York, February 2012
Born August 25, 1969
Alma mater University of Calgary
Occupation Producer, director, entrepreneur
Years active 1989–present
Website
www.mobovivo.com

Trevor Doerksen is a Canadian entrepreneur, producer and director. Trevor produced and directed snowboard film Pipe Dreams[1] and science TV series, SciQ. He is also the founder of sports and entertainment software company MoboVivo.[2] Trevor Doerksen has written numerous articles about the internet and video technology. He is also the author of a chapter in Handbook on Information Technologies for Education and Training.[3]

Early life

Doerksen went to University of Calgary where he completed an M.Sc. at the University of Calgary on Content Repurposing Theory in 2002.[4][5]

Career

In addition to founding Mobovivo and serving as its CEO, Trevor Doerksen has written numerous articles about the internet and video technology. Mobovivo announced with its client ESPN in November, 2013 the "ESPN Sync App" for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and Trevor Doerksen was quoted as saying, “Sports audiences everywhere are using their smartphones and tablets to get information about games, teams and players, ESPN is working with Mobovivo to engage audiences on second screens and deliver on that vision.”[6]

Doerksen is also the author of a chapter in Handbook on Information Technologies for Education and Training.[3]

In April 2010, Trevor was awarded the People's Choice Award for Entrepreneur of the Year by Digital Alberta.[7] In July 2010, Trevor was named one of Alberta's 50 most influential people.[8] In December 2012, Trevor was named one of the twenty most influential thinkers in the world in social TV and second screen. [9]

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
1989 Pipe Dreams Producer and Director

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2004-5 SciQ: Science Revealed Executive Producer TV Series

References

Further reading

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