Pulse Profile: Disney Channel’s Cameron Kennedy Shares Some Pulse Tips
Last fall, Pulse got a pleasant surprise from a rising Disney Channel star. Cameron Kennedy of “My Babysitter’s A Vampire” fame reached out to us to share how he uses Pulse to get a world view on what’s happening when he’s on location filming. Cameron was able to carve out a bit of time in his busy schedule to sit down with Pulse and share how it fits into his life as a budding actor.
Pulse: Tell us a little bit about yourself and your work.
Cameron: “My Babysitter’s A Vampire” is a show that airs on the Disney Channel so it’s geared towards a younger audience but it’s actually pretty clever and works for adults, too. It has plots for a wide range of people. My character, Rory, is a lot of fun because he provides the comedic relief by being a kind of a goof. We just wrapped up season two this past fall.
P: Great! Should we be expecting more projects from you?
C: At the moment, I’m taking a break to explore other projects. I’ve been accepted to university and I’m interested in media communications, business, and web development so I may pursue that. If I can develop something nearly as cool as Pulse, I’d be thrilled.
P: You can definitely develop projects like Pulse! Take a look at our engineering blog.
C: Awesome! I’ll take a look at that. I love what you guys have done with the app so far. It’s so user friendly that anyone can set it up. I was able to customize my sources so my favorite news sites were available. When I was on location filming in Hamilton, Canada, wi-fi wasn’t always reliable so I used the star feature to save the sources for later reading.
And the fact that there’s a web-browser built into Pulse is great! I can just tap the the title to go to into the web view and not leave Pulse.
P: We love that you’re using the features we’ve built in! You mentioned in passing that you used Pulse with your grandfather?
A: When I was filming, I was staying with my grandparents and I introduced my grandpa to Pulse and he loved it! My grandpa is a little bit of a tech guy and he liked how easy Pulse is to use. I didn’t have to coach him at all; he was able to figure it out himself.
P: What are you reading on Pulse?
C: I have three pages set up. The first page is news and it has sources like Time and CBC. The second page is my tech fix so it has —- and finally, the third page has fun stuff like comics and other random sources.
P: And we like to ask all our users this, what do you want to see in future versions?
C: Well, I love that I can share interesting reads I find on Pulse to my Twitter followers and Facebook friends. The integration there is great! It’d be cool to see how Pulse can become more social with news.
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