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Follow Me

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Follow Me

Year: 2019
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Sabine Daniel

Follow me is a talk show that puts local influencers and public figures on social media at the forefront. Whether it's a blogger, a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram personality, or just the latest YouTube sensation, the goal is to discover the hidden human under this cyber glory through candid and friendly interviews.


To watch Follow Me:

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Episodes

Episode 1

Sabine meet up with Janine Charron, a former fitness model turned business owner of the Inside Out Studio franchise. Through her live interviews on Facebook, she continues to share her inspiring story from near bankruptcy to enormous success!

Episode 2

Sabine sit down with Emily Mills, the award-winning founder of How She Hustles. A buzz-worthy network composed of hundreds of diverse women in Toronto that EVEN got the Prime Minister’s attention through social media. 

Episode 3

Sabine chat with Sarah Onyango. A translator by trade and well-known fixture on Ottawa’s community television, she is also a radio broadcaster and a long-time advocate for Ottawa-Gatineau's Black Communities. Through her website and Facebook page, she keeps the national capital Black Community awake!

Episode 4

Sabine sit down with Lana Dingwall, a super successful online business coach who helps female entrepreneurs. Through her Facebook Lives and other platforms, she teaches, trains and inspires women to make more money, while creating more time for the things they love...

Episode 5

Sabine chat with Dominique Baker of STYLE DOMINATION! The ultimate go-to blog for fashion, beauty and lifestyle. Through her drop-dead gorgeous YouTube channel and social media platforms, she inspires her followers to live life in the beautiful lane.

Episode 6

Sabine chat with the founder and creative director of the popular fashion, lifestyle and travel blog, Twenty York Street. Through her numerous TV appearances and famous blog posts, she aims to style thousands of fashion seekers around the world, one post at a time.

Episode 7

It's all about business, networking and girl power! I chat with Nicole Antoine, one of the founders of Four Brown Girls. A buzz-worthy network, with Montreal roots, created by and for black women, that aims to grow your network.

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