GCN produced 7 shows throughout the winter term:
March 8th = Sound City, in collaboration with London Southbank University, explored the many ways millennials access music and how they use social media, technology and apps to make ‘local’ music universally accessible.
March 15th = The Global City: Diversity in Movies and TV, in collaboration with Rutgers University, discussed the representation of diversity (or lack there of) in Hollywood films and television.
April 12th = The Global Kitchen, in collaboration with City University of Hong Kong, looked at new trends in food, including Uber Eats, automated restaurants, and various food apps, as well as street foods in Hong Kong and Canada.
April 25th = Produced two thirty-minute shows on Fake News, which discussed everything from the history of fake news, to how students ‘find’ their news, to how fact checking units work. The first show was with London Southbank University and University of the West of Scotland, with contributions from HSE in Moscow. The second show was with RMIT in Melbourne. Both shows were directed by an all-female crew from Ryerson University.
April 27th = Also produced two shows. The first was The Global City: University Sports in collaboration with National Taiwan University of Physical Education and Sport and University of the West of Scotland, with contributions from Metodista in Sao Paulo Brazil. The second show, Music Millennials, discussed self taught versus classically trained musicians with National Taiwan University of Physical Education and Sport.