Christine Douglass-Williams is a journalist who has produced and hosted the national Canadian talk show "On the Line" on CTS TV. She conducted over 1,600 interviews in this live, open line, one hour, daily show which captured six prestigious international awards. Christine also hosted and produced the political prime time program: "On the Front Line with Christine Williams". A past political and crime broadcast news reporter and news room editor Christine debuted in television in 1999 on CTS-TV as an anchor, news editor and field producer for the multi-faith program "Faith Journal," which won three international awards during her tenure. She is currently Producer and T.V. Host of: a Christian World Report news brief (a joint venture between Crossroads Christian Communications, The World Evangelical Alliance and Christian Post in Washington); and also of a weekly offshoot talk show "Inside World Report".
Christine is currently working on a book project exploring Moderate Muslim Reform in the West, and is a Senior Advisor with the Hudson Institute in New York. Christine is also on the Anti-semitism Task Force with Friends of Simon Wiesenthal and will serve on the founding committee of the newly created "Tour for Humanity," a mobile education center to educate students, community leaders, community participants and professionals on such topics as diversity, tolerance, democracy, civic rights and responsibilities.
Christine also hosts prominent events, does public speaking and moderating, edits private speeches and articles and has done media consulting.
Christine has been a regular blogger for David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog with articles frequently republished online at USA Today. Many have appeared in FrontPage Magazine of which Christine has been a contributing columnist. Christine also guested on a Front Page Magazine symposium exploring Homegrown Jihadists which appeared in Wall Street Journal online. Christine has served as a regular national columnist with Toronto's Metro News (Co-owned with the Toronto Star), where she also provided news analysis that included the First Nations Elections, gang violence in Toronto and the Progressive Conservative Leadership Convention in Ontario.
Christine graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and also attended Mohawk College where she studied Broadcast Journalism.