Moses is best known as the co-founder of CityTV, CP24, MuchMusic, Bravo!, Space, and a dozen or more popular television channels and stations; and now as a champion for Canada’s 15.8 million people aged 45-plus, aka. “Zoomers”, as the Founder of ZoomerMedia and President of CARP, Canada’s largest Advocacy Association for Canadians As We Age.

In the 1970s, long before Facebook, Twitter or YouTube, Moses anticipated the popularity of user-generated content.  His groundbreaking television concepts, notably Speaker’s Corner, Videography, and the Studioless Streetfront Television Operating System were at the core of over 20 independent stations and channels he co-founded, including CityTV, SPACE, Bravo!, and CablePulse24; not to mention MuchMusic and MusiquePlus, which served to define a generation of  Canadian youth in both official languages.

Marketing Magazine named Moses one of the Top 10 Canadian Media Moguls of the past 100 years. He is the recipient of the Chevalier de L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the French Republic, the Order of Ontario, the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award, the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal, the Juno’s Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award, and in 2011, The City of Toronto designated a famous downtown stretch of the legendary Queen Street MOSES ZNAIMER WAY.

Since launching ZoomerMedia as a single station start-up in 2008, the company has grown to operate 4 TV, 2 Radio, 2 Print, 10 Online and 3 Live Event titles. As such, Moses has created the world’s only diversified Media and Advocacy company uniquely devoted to products, services and entertainment for the 45plus. ZoomerMedia/CARP not only reach them, but also speak to and for them.

ZoomerMedia and CARP are located in The ZoomerPlex, a 2.6-acre state-of-the-art production and live event complex in Toronto’s Liberty Village. There, in the 150-seat Zoomer Hall, Moses shoots original TV series like theZoomer – Canada’s current affairs and lifestyle television show for Boomers with Zip!, hosts concerts, screenings, live theatre, debates, and town hall meetings. The ZoomerPlex is also home to Moses’ MZTV Museum of Television, the world’s largest collection of rare pre-WWII and vintage television sets.

Moses earned an Honours BA in Philosophy and Politics from McGill University, followed by an MA in Government at Harvard University. His constant curiosity and quest for knowledge across a spectrum of disciplines led him to found ideaCity, an annual 3-day gathering of 50 of the world’s brightest minds in Toronto. In 2008, Singularity University was launched on the ideaCity stage and Moses, along with NASA and Google, became its first Associate Founder. This year, ideaCity will celebrate its 20th anniversary and take place June 19, 20 and 21 at Toronto’s Koerner Hall.