Christine Yoo

Christine Yoo

Christine Yoo is an Associate Producer with Context Beyond the Headlines. Christine got her first taste in the broadcasting industry at Ryerson radio’s CKLN 88.1 where she would receive song requests for on air. While volunteering at JazzFM 91.1, she was encouraged to get on the mic during the station’s bi-annual fundraising drives and her passion for music and conversation led her to go back to school. She graduated in 2016 from Humber College to receive her radio broadcasting post-graduate certificate. In college she interned at 104.5 ChumFM with Roger and Marilyn and went on to work at Network Talk on CBC radio’s Podcast Playlist. Christine made a transition to television, working at CBC News Network and getting a taste of the fast-paced news room. Christine is interested in human interest stories, music, pop culture, social justice and topics on faith that are relevant, thought-provoking and inspiring

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Sing Hallelujah to the Lord July 3, 2019 – A gentle Christian chorus rang out among people protesting in Hong Kong

Join us for an opioid prayer summit - Tuesday June 18, 2019 at 7:30 P.M. to pray for the people

Nine months after an electrical fire broke out in the basement of 650 Parliament St. in Toronto, 1500 residents are

It will be three Christmases since the Fort Mac wildfires - what locals refer to as, “The Beast.” Some residents

TRYING TO FIND ANSWERS - BUT OFFICIALS AREN'T TALKING Residents of 650 Parliament St. in Toronto are approaching three months of