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Intersection

Intersection is 90.7’s news and in-depth conversation program. We talk with political leaders, environmental experts, historians, writers, musicians, and other news makers from around Central Florida. Intersection is where they all come together on 90.7 News. Listen live Tuesdays & Fridays at 9 a.m. or via Podcast at anytime!

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Intersection Podcast

Intersection: Tourism Post Pandemic; The Economic Recovery And Women In The Workforce; The Shuttle Program’s Generation Of Female Astronauts


Visit Orlando CEO Casandra Matej joins Intersection to discuss where she sees the tourism and hospitality industry heading in 2021. Plus we talk to reporter Chabeli Carrazana about how the economic recovery is going for women in the workforce; and WMFE’s Brendan Byrne talks with historian Amy Foster about the shuttle program and how it opened the doors for a new generation of women in space.
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Intersection Podcast

Intersection: How The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Adapted To The Pandemic; SNAP Orlando’s New Exhibition; Carl Hiaasen, Dave Barry & Barbara Peterson on Press Freedom


The $1.9 trillion  American Rescue Plan delivers a shot in the arm to the US economy at the same time as the coronavirus vaccination rollout picks up speed. John de Armas with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando is optimistic about the economic impact of the stimulus and the easing of the pandemic.
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