On Air Personel

Mrs Jizelle


Jizelle Blackman

With a keen impression for media and the ability to infuse such knowledge into her outspoken style of hosting Jizelle Blackman has positioned herself as a trailblaizer within the industry. Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, she lived and was educated until the age of 15, until she immigrated to Toronto Canada to begin a new life with her single mother, and 3 siblings.

Jizelle launched her career within the hosting industry at Seneca College Toronto, as she hosted her own radio show on Seneca’s CRSC Radio, and went on in her first year to win VJ of the year. She proceeded years later to continue in this path, as she hosted her own Talk Show on Rogers Television called "Talk To Me".

Within that same year, Jizelle's passion for writing was evoked within her, as she attained the title of author with the publishing of her children’s book called "Buddy and Fred- The Adventurous Chronicles". As her talk show on Rogers came to an end, her television journey continued as she aquired the position of an on air personality on Bravo's "The Peoples Couch Canada". Jizelle continues to press on as she recently became the host of her own radio show "Da Fusion" on GBKM FM Radio, Da fusion Air's every friday 8pm-9pm EST on GBKM FM.

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