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Much
299 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 2Z5
TDD (Telephone Device for the Deaf): 416-340-7207
Fax: 416 384-MUCH (6824)
E-mail: contact@muchmusic.com

Social:
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Much
Facebook: http://facebook.com/MuchMusic
Instagram: muchmusic
Youtube: http://youtube.com/MuchMusicOfficial
To book a tour of Much:
Much is only one of the many exciting spaces at Bell Media's 299 Queen Street Headquarters. The building also houses CP24, etalk, SPACE and the Marilyn Denis Show to name a few. To book your tour email us and include the following info: your first & last name, the name of the school or organization, the number of people in your group, the average age/grade of your group, your phone number and email address.

Tours are only booked from Mondays-Fridays at 4pm for 10-40 people. Please note that all guests must be at least in Grade 9 (14-15 years of age) and that there are no add-ons to existing groups. The tours are free, approx. 45 minutes to 1 hour in duration and must be booked in advance and confirmed by email.

To apply for a job at Much:
All of our job opportunities are posted here so keep checking back. We also accept resumes on an on-going basis. If you're interested in submitting your resume, you can do so by email at hrqueenstreet@bellmedia.ca or good old-fashioned snail mail at:
Bell Media Human Resources
299 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 2Z5

We maintain resumes on file for six months.

Bell Media values diversity in its work force and is committed to Employment Equity.

To apply for an internship at Much:
Students currently enrolled in a post-secondary broadcasting or media-related program will be considered for internship positions. Send your resume and covering letter to the attention of:

Amanda Bino
Production Coordinator
299 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 2Z5

amanda.bino@bellmedia.ca Bell Media values diversity in its work force and is committed to Employment Equity.

www.muchmusic.com/intern will soon have all info for all internships.

To apply to be a VJ:
If you think you've got what it takes to be a VJ, send a resume and most importantly a video demo tape (less than 5 minutes please) to the attention of Vicki Cressman, Executive Assistant.

Your tape should show us how creative you are and what you are like on screen, as well as your knowledge of popular music and culture and how you would interview with an artist (try out your skills on a friend if you don't have access to Justin Bieber or Beyonce). If you've been on TV before, it can include samples of your work. Most importantly, we want to see how well you understand MuchStyle and how you interpret it. Acceptable formats: Digital via email to Vicki Cressman or DVD.

Bell Media values diversity in its work force and is committed to Employment Equity.

To submit your band's video for airplay:
Please go to our MUCH submission page for complete instructions.

You can also contact the MUCH Library team @ muchtapelibrary@bellmedia.ca

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