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2013 Tree of Hope Radiothon (Radiothon de l'Arbre de l'espoir), 25th Edition

A virtual tour consisting of five inter-linked interactive 360° images

Archives : Our 360 gallery page for the 2012 Radiothon (four 360° images).
Each image is a link to the same starting page.

The 2013 edition of the CHU Dumont Foundation’s Tree of Hope Campaign raised $1,519,610. The campaign consists of many local community fund-raising events and culminates in a radiothon hosted on both Radio-Canada and CBC Radio stations.

As in previous years, the french-language radiothon was held at the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) Dieppe Campus and broadcast on Radio-Canada Acadie (Radio). Radio-Canada Télévision was also there to cover parts of the event. The day's activities actually started on CBC Radio Information Morning; from 06:00 to 09:00 (broadcast from their usual studio location).

The 2013 edition of the radiothon marks the 25th anniversary of this annual campaign. Over $17 million have been raised over the past 25 years. The funds benefit the CHU Dumont Foundation and includes the hospital's oncology centre, the adjoining Mgr. Henri-Cormier Lodge, cancer educationnal programs and Moncton’s Atlantic Cancer Research Institute.

The five 360° images that are part of this virtual tour were captured near the end of the radiothon. This is the third time we covered this special event in 360° images. It is a challenging project to try to capture this fast-paced event. A live crowd, a live broadcast, artists, guests, hosts, children, presentations, performances, loud music, lights, a big screen, television cameras, support crews, VIPs, other photographers, etc... but it is both a fun and a worthwhile event! Enjoy the images!

More Information

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Location: CCNB-Dieppe, Dieppe, NB, Canada
Date: 2013-11-29 18:15 - 19:01
Details: Five inter-linked 360 x 180 degrees, full spherical panoramas