Tag: WJXT
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Danny McAuliffeJune 18, 2018
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Gov. Rick Scott is accepting invitations to participate in three fall debates leading up to the November election, in which he will try to oust incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson. Among the network hosts: CNN, Telemundo 51 in Miami, and Jacksonville’s WJXT Channel 4 (co-hosted by the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute). Dates and […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 7, 2016
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WJXT-TV anchor Tom Wills got deeply emotional on a Thursday telecast regarding the need to evacuate Jacksonville’s beaches during Hurricane Matthew. He got so emotional, in fact, that he got coverage statewide. The Tampa Bay Times‘ “Buzz” picked up on Wills comparing impacts from the storm to Hurricanes Katrina and Hugo, in an emotional plea Thursday afternoon that […]

A.G. GancarskiSeptember 21, 2016
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The Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute, in conjunction with WJXT-TV, has hosted a number of meaningful debates in the last couple of years. Candidates for mayor and sheriff have debated at the private university, as have candidates for state attorney and the United States Congress. Now, the non-partisan Public Policy Institute wants the two major […]

A.G. GancarskiAugust 16, 2016
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On Tuesday night, Wes White and Melissa Nelson debated incumbent Angela Corey in the most high-profile encounter they would have ahead of the GOP primary in the 4th Circuit State Attorney race. For White, this was his last real chance at earned media. For Nelson, this was her chance to show she was more than a slick ad campaign. And for […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 20, 2016
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Jacksonville City Councilman Reggie Brown made a public relations mistake on Tuesday. He got quoted playing “blame the media” with the top news station in town, regarding the scandal-plagued slumlords of Global Ministries Foundation. “My position, if I can get things done without bringing the media and the cameras to the residents that are economically challenged, […]

A.G. GancarskiDecember 7, 2015
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One of the leading pieces of documentary evidence in favor of the expansion of the Human Rights Ordinance has been Six Words. This documentary will again be aired on local television: at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, on WJXT TV 4. This 40-minute documentary, “Six Words,” that  Jimmy Midyette from the Jacksonville Coalition for Equality described […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 5, 2015
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1min153
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown says he will debate Lenny Curry two times before the runoff election May 19. Brown will debate Curry on WJXT-TV on May 12, reversing a statement issued Friday. That means there will be debates back to back during the week before Election Day. The First Coast News debate is May 13. On Sunday, Brown’s Campaign Manager […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 5, 2015
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Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown says he will debate Lenny Curry two times before the runoff election May 19. Brown will debate Curry on WJXT-TV on May 12, reversing a statement issued Friday. That means there will be debates back to back during the week before Election Day. The First Coast News debate is May 13. On Sunday, Brown’s Campaign Manager […]


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