The Globe and Mail is launching a new podcast channel that will cover all kinds of topics including food, culture and politics.
The Globe & Mail is teaming up with the University of Toronto’s Media Lab to launch a new platform for the kind of wide-ranging, multi-channel programming that makes the publication one of the best places to find out what’s going on around the world.
The Globe is launching its new podcast platform, which will allow listeners to hear news, cultural perspectives, opinion and analysis from a variety of perspectives, including food and culture.
The platform will be powered by a team of journalists, reporters, academics and social commentators who will collaborate across a wide variety of platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and podcasts, according to the company.
This will be the first of several new platforms the company is launching over the coming months.
For example, the company has announced plans to launch its new platform in 2018, and will be bringing its new content to the platforms of CBC Radio, The National Post, The Huffington Post, the CBC News app and a number of others.
A full list of what’s on the new platform is available on the Globe’s website.
The new platform will include new content curated by a panel of experts in the fields of food and food policy, media and culture, public health and the arts, sustainability, food safety and the environment, and international and regional policy.
Among the new shows will be “Food &” Politics,” which will focus on news and politics in Canada, and a new documentary series “The Politics of Food,” which explores how food, food policy and the food system affect Canadians.
The network will be produced by the Media Lab, which provides analysis, reporting and analysis to the Canadian public and the international media.
The news, opinion, and cultural content will also be curated by local journalists, bloggers, and others.
The goal is to deliver a wide range of voices, viewpoints and perspectives to a broad range of audiences.
“As a media outlet, we have a responsibility to be a source of fresh information, and that’s what this is all about. “
The political and policy environment in Canada is very complex and difficult to understand,” said David Dallaire, the chief executive officer of the Globe.
“As a media outlet, we have a responsibility to be a source of fresh information, and that’s what this is all about.
This is about being able to engage with a wide audience of people on the ground.”
The Globe will also launch a digital journalism podcast called “The Taste,” a project that will include the voices of chefs, chefs and restaurant owners in the United States and around the globe.
The podcast will also explore food issues from a different angle, including what is good for the environment and how to improve the food supply chain.
The “Food” podcast will cover a wide array of topics and include an introduction to the show by host Adam Carolla, as well as interviews with world leaders, chefs, and food writers.
Dallaires said the “Food and Politics” and “The Flavor” podcasts are both being produced with the support of a grant from the Simon Fraser University’s Department of Global Journalism and the Globe Fund.
The idea for the podcast came from the idea of exploring the issues of food policy from the perspective of the chefs and the people who are working in that space.
“There are lots of great chefs working in those fields who are doing some of the most difficult and challenging work, so it’s important for us to be able to take their perspectives on what’s happening in their field,” Dallares said.
“We’ll be bringing those voices and perspectives on the air, so people will be able hear what’s really going on and understand what they’re working on.”
The new platforms will be part of the company’s ongoing strategy to broaden the scope of its coverage of the news and the cultural and political landscape, Dallaring said.
The company has also launched a new website, called The Globe Politics, that will showcase the political and cultural landscape around the Globe and to provide readers with insight into how their views are represented in the Globe through a variety toggled categories.
The website will be launched in 2019.
Dampier said the Globe will continue to make news and content relevant to the global news community, including through a number the company will be launching in 2019, including “The World and Culture,” a daily column about international issues, and “News from a Changing World,” a monthly column highlighting the latest in global news and culture from around the planet.
“With the global reach and reach of the platform, we’ll be able more easily reach audiences who don’t necessarily know that the Globe is a local news organization, but they’ll be in a position to get to know our reporting on those issues and to get a better understanding of our coverage of that area,” Dampiers said.