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“Towers in the Sand, The History of Florida Broadcasting” by Donn R. Colee Jr.
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Intersection: How Florida Broadcasting Helped Change Orlando’s History

The history of Florida’s broadcast influence weaves itself through an era of segregation. The power of broadcasting helped Orlando desegregate ahead of other southern cities. Donn R. Colee Jr., author of “Towers in the Sand, The History of Florida Broadcasting, joins us to talk about his early days in broadcast and the important role Channel 9 played to help end Orlando’s segregation.
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Intersection: Summer In The Emergency Room

Emergency rooms are busy places especially during the summer. More people are outside playing sports or enjoying the outdoors which can lead to sometimes getting injured. Dr. Christopher Hunter, assistant program director of the Orlando Health emergency medicine residency and the associate medical director of Orange County EMS, joins us to talk about why ER’s tend to get busy during the summer and why Orlando has unique patients.
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