Global News debuts new YouTube series #LivinginColour

Farah Nasser

Global News has debuted new online series #LivinginColour on its YouTube channel.  Hosted by Farah Nasser, the long-form panel discussions will explore the day-to-day experiences of people of colour, examining the impact race and ethnicity have on their relationship to the rest of the world in the context of mental health, online dating, LGTBQ2S, and stereotypes.

Matt Cullen, Tom Valcke, and Devin Heroux

CBC Sports will offer live coverage of the 2018 Canadian Little League Baseball Championship in Mirabel, Que., Aug. 2–11. CBC Sports will livestream each game from the seven-team tournament at and the CBC Sports app, with the semifinal and final games to be broadcast on CBC. Radio-Canada Sports will offer live-streaming coverage of the semifinal and final games at CBC Sports’ Matt Cullen will provide play-by-play, with colour commentary from former Montreal Expos broadcaster Tom Valcke. Devin Heroux will join the broadcast team as reporter for the semifinal and final games. CBC Sports will also livestream a Challenger Baseball game on Aug. 10, a program that allows kids with cognitive or physical limitations to participate in the game.

Dave Rutherford and Jay Hill

The Dave & Jay Show launched online July 28 featuring former CHQR-AM Calgary/Corus Radio network talk host Dave Rutherford and Jay Hill, former Conservative MP for Prince George-Peace River. In their first video blog posted to Facebook, the duo promise to tackle the issues facing Canadians and Albertans, squarely taking aim at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

has undertaken a survey that finds the average person reaches “musical paralysis” around age 28, ceasing to seek out new music. The online survey of 5,000 adults in Brazil, France, Germany, the UK and U.S., found that musical discovery peaks at age 25 with average listening of 10 new songs per week. The majority of those surveyed said they wished they could discover more new music, citing work schedules, child care and overwhelming music choice. The streaming service released the survey as it promotes its Flow “personal soundtrack” feature, which mixes listener favourites with new music recommendations.

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