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Tanya Kim joins Rogers as entertainment host

Entertainment City | posted Thursday, Sep 10th, 2015

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Rogers welcomes pop culture aficionado, and one of Canada’s most trusted entertainment news personalities, Tanya Kim, to the family beginning September 10 – just in time for TIFF!

Tanya is the new face of Entertainment City and Rogers Your World This Week alongside new co-host Adam Wylde of KiSS 92.5 fame. Kim is also joined by veteran entertainment reporter Teri Hart, another recent addition to the Entertainment City team in the role of reporter and senior producer. Beginning today, Tanya, Adam and the Entertainment City team will be interviewing the most buzz-worthy stars on every red carpet and at our City TIFF interview suite, giving viewers exclusive access from this year’s festival.

An entertainment and pop culture guru, Tanya is a respected part of Canada’s entertainment community with a career spanning more than 14 years.

“Tanya Kim is synonymous with entertainment news in Canada,” said Jordan Schwartz, Vice President of In-House Productions, Rogers. “Over the past 14 years, Tanya has cultivated a strong personal brand that resonates with fans from coast-to-coast. She’s a great addition to our Rogers family.”

Entertainment City is Canada’s first source for entertainment news, airing every weekday morning on Breakfast Television in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver, as well as Wheeler in the Morning in Winnipeg. Entertainment City is also available in the evenings on Dinner Television in Edmonton, CityNews in Toronto, or anytime on Twitter @EntCityRogers Your World This Week airs on Rogers Channel 1.

Follow Tanya Kim @Tanya_Kim

Follow Adam Wylde @AdamWylde

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