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John Cameron

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Please join Elizabeth for a special one hour show with John Cameron. John is recognized as an accomplished writer, entertainment producer, artist and most notably as a committed social activist against tobacco consumption. Since 1998 John and James Cameron have had a close working relationship in their endeavours.  Soon after James’ success with “Titanic,” John Cameron started his own digital media company, “Earthship T.V” which became “Earthship Production” and remains today in family hands under his brother James’ ownership. On 10 September 2001 John Cameron was responsible for the first ever dual high definition broadcast, from the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, which went live to air-its seminal effects were quickly overtaken by the tragic atrocities of 9/11.  In the moments subsequent to hearing the news John Cameron and his brother allowed all members of the crew to use their state of the art broadcasting equipment to contact friends and family in New York. The Cameron brothers have since made breathtaking advancements in other areas of technical development. John Cameron has not only proven himself as artist but also as committed social activist.  Since 2009 he has devoted both time and resources to being actively involved with the, “Blue Planet Marine Research Foundation,” which is dedicated to saving wildlife along the California coast.  John Cameron’s involvement with tobacco has not just been as a staunch social activist.  For ten years John was an addicted pack-a-day smoker.  His battle with this addiction led to his fiancé’, purchasing for him an electronic cigarette in 2010. Today John exerts considerable effort into lobbying the further research of and “common sense attributes” of the “The SafeCig,”

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