Statewide televised U.S. Senate debate scheduled for Oct. 26


Mark your calendars.

Leadership Florida and the Florida Press Association announced Monday that its televised U.S. Senate debate will be held at 7 p.m. on Oct. 26. The debate will be broadcast live from Broward College Central Campus in Davie, and will be aired statewide.

The producing television state is Hearst-owned ABC affiliate WPBF 24 in West Palm Beach.

Leadership Florida and the Florida Press Association also announced that WJXX (ABC) in Jacksonville; WFTV (ABC) in Orlando; WTVJ (NBC) in Miami-Ft. Lauderdale; WFTS (ABC) in Tampa/St. Petersburg; WBBH (NBC) in Ft. Myers; WCTV (CBS) in Tallahassee; WMBB (ABC) in Panama City; WEAR (ABC) in Pensacola; and SNN-SunCoast News TV in Sarasota have signed on as broadcast partners.

The debate will also be simulcast on all Florida Public Radio member stations.

Todd McDermott, a veteran WPBF 25 News anchor and multiple Emmy Award winner, will moderate with a media panel that still needs to be named.

Jenna Buzzacco-Foerster

One comment


    April 19, 2016 at 9:16 am

    Stupid me: What is the topic of The Debate????

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