Telelatino Network welcomes visiting Korean students 
Multicultural media leader supports education, heritage cultural retention and cross-cultural communication

Visiting Korean students So Jin Park, Ye-Jin Kim, Jeong-Eun Lee
 at Telelatino Master Control Facility in Toronto

 TORONTO, ON – March 3, 2017 – Telelatino Network, Canada’s most influential multilingual media company, in collaboration with the Canadian-Korean organization Lime Education welcomed 3 newly arrived students from Korea to experience a Canadian multicultural media organization in action.‎   

In its 4th decade of success, Telelatino Network is committed to showcasing and connecting everyone to the many dimensions of Canadian multiculturalism. This initiative is just one of the many ongoing ways in which Telelatino's community conscious activities are continuously aimed at uniting cultures.  The network's community initiatives include:

Telelatino President Aldo Di Felice stated, “Canada’s plurality of cultures is a basic pillar of our nation and it is our priority and focus. Thirty-three years of ethnic television broadcasting is just one aspect of our organization. We have been involved in a wide range of community initiatives that have built bridges between different ethno-cultural communities. This is just one recent example.”

 “I am pleased to work with TLN on our Experience Project”, said Lime Education President, Gitae Kim. “It has been a great opportunity to provide foreign students with a multicultural experience and an understanding of the true meaning of multiculturalism in Canada. I am expecting that our project will help boost their capabilities and provide them with valuable future career opportunities.

For more information contact:
Bruna Aloe | Director of Communications                        Aldo Di Felice | President
416.744.5745 |                                    416.744.8193



About Telelatino Network Inc.
Telelatino Network Inc. is Canada’s most influential multilingual media company, uniting cultures and sharing conversations with Canadians and the world.  Telelatino is home to 11 television channels reaching millions of Canadians, the country’s largest Latino street festival, state-of-the-art digital production and distribution facilities and hundreds of hours of unique and culturally significant programming for Canadian and worldwide audiences. The Company’s primary TV channel is TLN, Canada’s Culturally Connected English-language specialty channel seen in 6 million homes.  Telelatino also offers Canada’s most widely distributed foreign language television channels, including multiple Spanish-language and Italian-language channels.  Telelatino Network Inc. is majority owned by Corus Entertainment, a leading Canadian media and content company.

About Lime Education
Lime Education is a private educational counselling firm for foreign students who are looking for an opportunity to study and career experience in Canada.


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