TORONTO, Aug. 5 /CNW/ - At this year's Toronto signature summer event, Taste of the Danforth, Centennial College's Centre for Creative Communications will be featuring a "celebrity meet and greet on the street" opportunity at the Centennial College booth on Danforth just west of Pape Ave.
On Saturday, August 7 from 1 to 4 pm, the public is invited to meet local and international media personalities, including Newstalk 1010's Lynne Russell, best known as the first woman to anchor a nationally televised prime-time news broadcast when she was at CNN Headline News from 1983 to 2001.
Also on hand will be Michael Williams, who was the first black VJ in Canada working at MuchMusic, as well as reality-television star Jessie Sulidis from last season's Bachelor and this fall's new Bachelor Pad TV series. Jessie is also an ET Canada correspondent.
At 4 pm the Centennial booth will be hosting the first public appearance of the cast members from Lakeshore, Canada's newest reality TV series. Produced by Centennial College graduate George Tsioutsioulas, the series is modeled after the enormously popular MTV show Jersey Shore.
The Centre for Creative Communications on Carlaw Avenue is home to the School of Communications, Media and Design at Centennial College, which offers forward-thinking programs in art + design, advertising + public relations, journalism, integrated media, and culture + entertainment.
SOURCE Centennial College
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