What Is WE DIGITAL?
Welcome to the new Windsor-Essex Television website. We are excited to bring you a brand new look. Our goal is to bring you not only the best that WE-TV can offer in local programming but to be the ‘go to’ site of what is happening in Windsor and Essex County.
Windsor-Essex television (WE-TV) was founded in August 2013 by Domenic Papa.
It is a production company whose main objective is to cover, feature and give exposure to local people and events in Windsor and Essex County. Our focus is on getting into the community and highlighting the needs of community-oriented events. Our mission and vision is to deliver superior quality programming through innovation and skillful management. WE-TV has the experience and technical ability to make a difference.
In 2015 our ‘old’ website had 62,828 visitors. Late July of 2016 WE-TV surpassed that and had 71,213 visitors. As of December of 2016 over 82,000 have visited the WE-TV site.
Sports is just one of many features of our programming with coverage of hockey, basketball and lacrosse to name just a few. WE-TV has been honoured to cover St Clair College Athletics, the Kingsville Kings of the GMHL, OFSAA Boys Hockey Championship, Windsor Clippers of the OJBLL, the CCHA Women’s Basketball Championship from St Clair College and much more!
WE have also brought special events to the table. In November of 2015 it was the ‘Green Thinking’ potential healing of Cannabis forum from Kingsville, in April 2016 the Easter Seals Telethon and in May the Windsor Endowment Of The Arts Awards Ceremony. From July 14-16, 2016 it was Bluesfest Windsor from Festival Plaza brought to you by LiUna! Our most celebrated event is the annual Windsor Essex County Sports Person Of The Year Awards or WESPY Awards. In 2017 it will be the 12th annual event for the WESPY Awards.
This is just a glimpse of what WE-TV has covered in the past as WE look forward to many exciting ventures to come in 2017. There are sure to be some major announcements to come in the near future so stay tuned to the new WE-TV.ca.