Report: Conrad Black to Co-host Canadian TV Show

Tuesday, 29 Jan 2013 09:09 PM

By Todd Beamon

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Former newspaper publisher and author Lord Conrad Black is coming to Canadian TV.

Black will co-host “The Zoomer,” an hourly newsmagazine show on the VisionTV cable network that is aimed at older viewers, The Daily Telegraph reports.

According to its website, VisionTV is a multi-faith religious cable network based in Canada that broadcasts music, documentary, drama, comedy, and family programs.

Black, a member of the British House of Lords, is the former CEO of Hollinger International.

He will conduct feature interviews with “some of the world’s greats,” according to a statement published by The Telegraph, and will offer his views on “issues that really get under his skin.”

Denise Donlon, a former radio executive, will be Black’s co-host.

She will conduct roundtable discussions of current affairs and new ideas — and the program will be “enlivened by humor, cooking and live performances,” the statement said.


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