CASACOM helps launch the Radio-Canada.ca’s webserie Les chroniques d’une mère indigne and organize Quebec’s first major event for mommy bloggers

To celebrate the launch of the webseries Les chroniques d’une mère indigne, CASACOM and Radio-Canada organized an event that put mommy bloggers on center stage. Two weeks ago, Radio-Canada.ca opened its doors to some 100 mommy bloggers and other weblog writers. Quebec’s first major gathering of Mère indignemommy bloggers provided an excellent opportunity for moms to meet and exchange ideas. It was a tribute to their presence in the blogosphere. The evening consisted of a panel on motherhood, blogging and the launch of the series’ first webisodes in the presence of its cast.

Moderated and hosted by France Beaudoin, five experienced mommy bloggers: Martine Gingras from Banlieusardises, Christine Simard from Mamamiiia!, Nancy Coulombe and Nadine Descheneaux from (Z)imparfaites, Caroline Allard from Mère Indigne, and—of course—lively commentary from the audience.! The introduction of the actors—Marie-Hélène Thibault, the spiting image of Caroline Allard, and women’s favorite actor Stéphane Archambault—provided another of the evening’s highlights.

lancement-webisodes-les-chroniques-dune-mere-indigneIn addition to posting about their plans to attend the event, the participants all wrote, each in their own way, about the memorable evening on their blogs either that same night or the next morning. It was also a great opportunity to share their peers’ success with their readers.

About the webseries

The series, based on Les chroniques d’une mère indigne by Caroline Allard, is co-produced by Radio-Canada.ca and Milagro Films. The series was created by Caroline Allard (blogger, author, and story consultant) and Miryam Bouchard (writer and producer), and features actors Marie-Hélène Thibault (Mère indigne), Stéphane Archambault (Père indigne), Alice Morel-Michaud (Fille aînée), and baby Charlotte Bégin. The web-based series consists of nine3 -minute webisodes to be released online exclusively through Radio-Canada.ca, making it possible for moms from around the world, their girlfriends, and even their husbands to enjoy and relive their parenting exploits each week. Visit Radio-Canada.ca/mereindigne to view the episodes.

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