Batboy for the Montréal Expos, arena manager, creator of specialized magazines, event organizers of all sort; one could say that Richard has always been to transform his passions into work. The biggest prove being the foundation of Ovation médias in 2009.
A journalism graduate from the Université du Québec à Montréal, Marie-Christine is a true jack-of-all-trades that loves the world of communications. Be it behind or in from of the camera, with her keyboard writing a piece or during an event at the heart of the action, she enjoys challenges and keeping busy.
A woman with a thousand hats, Mélanie is the hawk eye that watches over the quality of French and English of each Ovation médias project. A modern languages graduate from Concordia University, she also takes care of the bilingual adaptation of projects. She does all of this as well as being a coordinator and administrative assistant.
A graduate from La Cité College, Simon has been the web coordinator and a writer for Ovation médias and Hockey The Magazine since 2013. At a very young age, he realized he had a certain talent for writing, so it only made sense for him to put it to the benefit of his biggest passion : Sports.
A true ray of sunshine, Claudine always makes sure she gives her customers the best visibility possible, according to their specific needs, be it through printed, web, digital or televisual Ovation médias’ products.
He is the maestro, the creative artist of Ovation médias. His ever-renewed imagination breathes life to the articles written by the journalists and collaborators. Artistic director for some 20 years now, Stéphane understands that the package is just as important as the content.
Jean-Sébastien studied journalism at Laval University and played for the Rouge et Or golf team. He then entered the world of professional golf by joining the PGA of Canada, of which he has been a "class A" member since 2011. His passion for golf and medias has allowed him to touch virtually every sphere of the profession, from analyzing events of the PGA TOUR at RDS to writing articles for the Au 19e magazine.
Amazingly, Mario belongs to three different Sports Hall of Fame : golf in Quebec, tennis and skiing. Very loyal to Ovation médias and the Au 19e team for ten years now, he was previously a contributor to the Journal de Montréal for more than 40 years, in addition to his TV and radio collaborations. He was Jocelyne Bourassa's caddie when she won "La Canadienne" in 1973 at the Montreal Municipal Golf Club.