first_imgIn his tiny basement, Kerzner shows a camera rig that he created using a dollar-store magnifying glass and a GoPro-sized camera to film Ed.“The reality is, you don’t need a huge television studio and millions of dollars to be a broadcaster anymore,” says Kerzner. “Especially if you are doing grassroots media that speaks to people.”Ed the Sock was Canadian TV’s original television disrupter. Advertisement Login/Register With: Ed the Sock is giving a tour of his Thornhill, Ont., bungalow.The cosy home is filled with an immense toy collection, and also houses a dusty cabinet that is essentially the Ed The Sock museum. It features the puppet in all its incarnations since it first appeared in the 1990s.“That’s the first one, when I didn’t have eyebrows,” says Ed’s alter ego and creator Steven Kerzner, before pointing to another version of the perennially scowling puppet with the classic green felt brows. Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Advertisement Advertisementlast_img

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