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Health News Florida Wins National Murrow Award

90.7 WMFE, WUSF Public Media and WLRN Public Radio and Television have been honored with the 2016 national Edward R. Murrow award for “Best Small Online News Organization Website” as part of the statewide multimedia and broadcast collaboration project Health News Florida.
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90.7 WMFE announces programming changes, Post Your Pulse

Patrick Dalton, programming director for 90.7 WMFE, announced a programming change for the weekend of June 18-19 as well as the creation of story sharing platform, Post Your Pulse. Listeners will hear an extended Weekend Edition in place of Car Talk, Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me, Ask Me Another and A Prairie Home Companion.
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90.7 WMFE presents Intersection Live & ZipOde Throwdown

Join us for a live taping of Intersection, 90.7 WMFE’s semiweekly news and in-depth conversation program, on Saturday, May 14, where we’ll hear from emerging local musicians about the state of the music scene in Central Florida, as well as what shapes and inspires their music. Hang out after the taping of the Intersection Live show for more music from Beemo and Billy Wright, as well as a ZipOde Throwdown to kick-off our Young Friends of 90.7 WMFE group.
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DeBary Mayor Clint Johnson gives exclusive interview to 90.7 WMFE

The city of DeBary is suing its own mayor. The city wants Clint Johnson to turn over surveys and receipts relating to a state of the city address. Johnson has fired back, calling claims against him ridiculous and throwing out words such as terrorist and extortion. The mayor called into 90.7 WMFE’s Intersection show on Friday, April 22, to address the lawsuit, and the allegations he’s not operating under the Sunshine laws.
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In honor of National Poetry Month, 90.7 WMFE is asking Central Floridians to pay tribute to the least poetic definition of where they live: The ZIP Code! We want them to memorialize their federally appointed numerical designation by writing an ode to their ZIP code (ZipOde).
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The news team at 90.7 WMFE won awards in categories including cultural/historical feature and public affairs at the Florida Associated Press Broadcasters 2016 radio and TV contest held April 9 at the annual FAPB awards banquet in Orlando.
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Central Florida’s public radio station for NPR news and information, 90.7 WMFE, is in search of locals who like to have fun and love public radio to be founding members of a new group.
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