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    COMMFFEST RADIO SPORTS- GENE MACK

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    'Dean' Gene A. Mack is back on the air this evening at 7pm. Be sure to listen to the latest sports news as only he knows how to tell it.
    Sports with Host legendary Argo player Gene Mack -talk sports and entertainment
    “I think that Gene Mack was as good a linebacker that ever played in the CFL,’ says former Argo Head Coach Leo Cahill,
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    COMMFFEST RADIO SPORTS- GENE MACK

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    Sports with Host legendary Argo player Gene Mack -talk sports and entertainment
    While he may have been an actor off the field, former Toronto Argonaut linebacker Gene Mack (1971-75) was all business on the field. “I think that Gene Mack was as good a linebacker that ever played in the CFL,’ says former Argo Head Coach Leo Cahill,
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    COMMFFEST RADIO SPORTS- GENE MACK

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    Gene A. Mack former Texan and ex Argo football player is soaring in his online numbers because of his stellar performance as a sports commentator. His listeners refer to him as Dean Gene for his superior knowledge of sports and is said to be number one in the world at his game. Needless to say he is a big hit on Blogtalk and TSN television (Toronto Sports Network)
    He is charged, blended quick wit and on air charm keeps you listening every wednesday at 7pm
    After his football days Mack became a well-known actor as he appeared in hundreds of television movies, award winning commercials, plays and feature films. Mack worked at CTV Television behind the scenes and ventured in front of the cameras in the early 80’s. Now 61, he has appeared in many well-known films including The Santa Clause with Tim Allen, Land of the Dead with Meg Ryan, Good Fences with Whoopi Goldberg and even played a thug in the first Police Academy movie. He played Idi Amin in the award-winning play “A Play of Giants” and has appeared on dozens of television shows including The Hitchhiker, E.N.G. and Night Heat. ???COMMFFEST GLOBAL COMMUNITY FILM FESTIVAL???
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  • 00:31

    COMMFFEST RADIO SPORTS- GENE MACK

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    Sports with Host legendary Argo player Gene Mack -talk sports and entertainment
    While he may have been an actor off the field, former Toronto Argonaut linebacker Gene Mack (1971-75) was all business on the field. “I think that Gene Mack was as good a linebacker that ever played in the CFL,’ says former Argo Head Coach Leo Cahill,
     
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    Radio Host Antoine Gaber covering documentary topics from “It’s all about ME”.

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    Greg Witz (Part 3) (Gen X) CEO Witz Education,


    Greg Witz Diacusses- The different generations, the impact of the current education system on the workplace and the employers challenges with Gen ME.


    Antoine Gaber, Producer, is the Director of the Feature Documentary “It’s all about ME” and Radio show host. This double award winning documentary received its first award (MADA Award, Make a Difference Award) at The Commffest Global Community Film Festival, and the Best Documentary award, at the Daring Independent Film Festival, both in 2013.


    For those of you who missed the Toronto Premiere, or some of the festival circuit, where the documentary has been screened, this radio show series will capture the essence of several important topics addressed within the film.


     For those of you not familiar with the topic, this documentary examines the inflated sense of entitlement among youth, its consequences and the solutions for a better future.


     Generations X, Y and Z have grown increasingly self-absorbed from over four decades of nurturing and education based upon boosting self-esteem.


    This film explores the consequences of a society driven by instant gratification, "Me, Me, Me" mentality and describes how younger generations can succeed in the "real world.”


     Please join me, in what will be some very insightful discussions with specialist in the field, but also representatives from the Baby Boomers, Gen X, Y and Z.


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    Radio Host Antoine Gaber covering documentary topics from “It’s all about ME”.

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    Understand Gen Y challenges, and behaviors.


    CHRISTIANNE CRUZ, Account Executive, Gen Y


     


    Christianne is a competitive and energetic young professional in the advertising/media industry. Currently an account executive at Metro News Canada, Christianne specializes in integrated media advertising for the Non-profit Sector and Pharmaceutical Industry. Christianne has worked in print, digital, and promotional marketing and has served clients like Coca-Cola, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Telus, Merck Frosst Canada, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and Rethink Breast Cancer.   


    She began working in the television industry at the age of 10, which provided a strong foundation of discipline and creativity. Christianne attended Canada's oldest and most prestigious all-girls school, The Bishop Strachan School, which she led as Head Girl in her final year. She has received numerous awards for arts and culture but is most proud of a young philanthropist’s award for providing over 400 hours of community service. Christianne graduated at Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Arts, specializing in Drama. She is very proud to have contributed in, “It’s all about ME!” and hopes present and future generations can learn to shed that sense of entitlement, gain respect and strive for excellence, always.


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    Radio Host Antoine Gaber covering documentary topics from “It’s all about ME”.

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    Current education system and some of the challenges experienced as a teacher with Professor Sheldon Rosen


    SHELDON ROSEN – University Professor and Playwright, Baby Boomer


    Sheldon has been teaching and writing for the stage since 1972.  He has had 17 plays produced throughout the United States and Canada. His play NED AND JACK was produced at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada, in 1979 and 1980 and won the 1980 Canadian Author's Association Award for Drama and was directed on Broadway in 1981 by Colleen Dewhurst. The play was also nominated for an Association of Canadian Television and Radio Award and was published by Samuel French in 1983.  Mr. Rosen has been playwright- in-residence at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, the Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ontario (twice), the Shaw Festival at Niagara-on-the Lake, Toronto Free Theatre in Toronto and at San Jose State University.  He has also received three Canada Council Arts Awards and several Ontario Arts Grants.  He was Chairman of the Guild of Canadian Playwrights for 1979-80.  


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    COMMFFEST RADIO

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    Radio Host Antoine Gaber covering documentary topics from “It’s all about ME”.

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    Current education system and youth issues, looking at some of the challenges experienced as a psychotherapist.


    TRISH SCOTT Counselor Criminal justice and Author, Baby Boomer


    Trish has worked in the mental health-counseling field for over 25 years.  Her company, ReConnect Counseling was the first on-line distance counseling service in Canada.  While continuing to maintain a private practice, the majority of her clinical work now focuses on the criminal justice system.  This includes clients (charged or convicted) of the Ontario Court of Justice in areas addressing substance abuse, anger management and domestic violence. She also provides counseling for victims of violence via the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board.


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    COMMFFEST RADIO SPORTS- GENE MACK

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    Sports with Host legendary Argo player Gene Mack -talk sports and entertainment
    While he may have been an actor off the field, former Toronto Argonaut linebacker Gene Mack (1971-75) was all business on the field. “I think that Gene Mack was as good a linebacker that ever played in the CFL,’ says former Argo Head Coach Leo Cahill,
     

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    COMMFFEST RADIO SPORTS- GENE MACK

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    Sports with Host legendary Argo player Gene Mack -talk sports and entertainment
    While he may have been an actor off the field, former Toronto Argonaut linebacker Gene Mack (1971-75) was all business on the field. “I think that Gene Mack was as good a linebacker that ever played in the CFL,’ says former Argo Head Coach Leo Cahill,
     

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