Work at Play has been busy working

Vancouver digital agency Work at Play has been busy this fall.

Last week they launched Knowledge.ca – a new, interactive space for BC’s public educational broadcaster. Knowledge.ca is striving to be the destination for commercial-free creative documentaries, arts & culture and children’s programs from Canada and around the world. Upon launch, Knowledge also entered the world of social media thanks to Work at Play with the launch of its Facebook and Twitter pages and mobile applications are currently in development.

Today Work at Play announced the launch of the new Lilith Fair website. While it’s been a decade since its first concert, Lilith Fair has announced a comeback tour featuring an all new line-up of female musicians and recording artists in cities all around the world beginning 2010. The travelling festival will be visiting Vancouver, New York, Los Angeles, and London and Work at Play along with Traction Creative, a sister agency of Wasserman + Partners Advertising, are responsible for the new look and feel of Lilith online.

Once again Work at Play is helping Lilith Fair organizers utilize several social media best practices to foster a new, engaging and interactive relationship with festival fans and customers. Visit www.lilithfair.com for a full list of concert cities, follow @lilithfair on Twitter for the most update to date information, or visit their Facebook Fan page.