sixty4media is dedicated to sharing our knowledge and offering our years of expertise with several key services.
We are a husband and wife team that started a business together in 2008. After ten years of marriage and 8 years of business, we are as passionate as ever about online media, helping businesses achieve success online, and about each other.
Over the years we have each managed to bridge technologies in our own way and now we are using our business to combine our passions and share our expertise with others. Our knowledge of the new media realm has lead to our profiles showing up in various magazines, online publications, newspapers, and radio programs individually. However, together we have discovered that pretty much anything is possible. We have over 30 years of combined experience and we love feeding our brains with the latest and greater web technologies, standards, trends and tools. We put this passion and dedication to our craft toward every client project.
Who we are
Chief Executive Officer, Coder/Developer
She coded her first website for fun in 1997 and Rebecca comes from a long background in working in the tech realm, taking an early interest in online broadcasting that sparked a career in online media distribution. From streaming media/webcasting, press releases, screencasts, and corporate blogging, her professional experience has only been enhanced by her endeavours with her personal blog, Miss604.com which has been voted into the Georgia Straight’s Best of Vancouver, the Westender’s Best of the City, and the Vancouver Courier’s Stars of the City a combined 15 times since 2008.
Rebecca was also a finalist for the Impact Entrepreneurship Group’s “Woman Entrepreneur of the Year” in 2009 and her book, “Blogging to Drive Business” is currently available at Chapters, London Drugs, and online at Amazon.ca/Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has also been named one of the Vancouver Sun’s “100 Women of Influence”. In 2014 Miss604 won the Notable.ca Award for “Best Blog – Western Canada” and she is currently nominated for a 2016 YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the Entrepreneurship & Innovation category.
Chief Knowledge Officer, Coder/Developer
John started his background with computers and programming from the young age of four. His interests allowed him to teach himself the ways of web programming, building websites for various businesses at the age of 16. Taking his technical knowledge with him, radio broadcasting has brought John into a ten year career of various rolls as on air talent, producer, and engineer. In the end, the world of new media keeps him coming back to the ways traditional media can’t compare. You can see some of these thoughts in actions from his personal blog or the two podcasts he produces, RadioZoom and The Crazy Canucks.
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