My City Lives

My City Lives

My City Lives is a digital media platform that Geo tags online videos on an interactive map to produce a living guide to a city. The platform's value is leveraging real world experiences to take their users "one step beyond Streetview" through content from the emerging infotainment segment. The company provides a fused model of company created and user generated stories.

Collectively, these stories are what define a city, but they are rarely connected with the sterile grids of modern cartography or even lively user generated review sites. Through the advents of modern media, My City Lives brings an authentic view of a city that is powerful because it is personal—we animate the missing link between locations and the people. A city is not a collection of inanimate roads, expressways, trolley-tracks or buildings; that is infrastructure. A city is the combination of these objects with the people who build and live amongst them. At My City Lives, we combine the topographical precision of new-age mapping technology with the vibrancy and style of an independent film.

Ordinary maps are lifeless—we present a view of our city by the people who make Toronto breathe.


Website:
http://www.mycitylives.com
Categories:
Startup

News on My City Lives

Toronto startup My City Lives partners with TheGridTO.com
This week, TheGridTO.com announced on their website that they will be featuring videos on a regular basis from Toronto startup My City Lives. This is an exciting new opportunity for the Toronto... more
Toronto startup My City Lives launches new mobile video app
Just over a year ago, we reported that My City Lives had received $586,686 in funding from the Canada Media Fund to develop mobile platforms for their product. Today, the Toronto-based startup... more
Toronto startup My City Lives unveils new platform
Why do you love your city? Toronto-based startup My City Lives is an application that lets individuals answer that question by sharing videos about places and events in their city. Adil... more
Ten Toronto startups will participate in the C100 “48 hrs in the valley” program
From June 8th to 9th, a group of Canadian startups will be heading down to San Francisco to participate in the C100 “48 hrs in the valley” program. While they are in the... more
586,686 reasons My City Lives is excited
Just over a week ago, the Canada Media Fund announced their first round funding results of its Experimental Stream. Out of the 27 projects that were approved for funding only 5 came from... more

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