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WMFE Announces Weekly Economic Segment Revamp

WMFE and WMFV, public media stations serving nine Central Florida counties, are pleased to announce the revamping of their long-running weekly economic segment, which has featured Orlando-based economic analyst Hank Fishkind for approximately three decades. The segment will continue to be part of Morning Edition and will be hosted by local Morning Edition anchor Talia Blake. Starting May 31, the segment will feature four rotating regular guests, plus occasional “wildcard” contributors.
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Intersection Host Matthew Peddie Leaving WMFE After 10 Years

After nine years as host of Central Florida’s news and conversation program Intersection, Matthew Peddie will leave the show — and his position with NPR affiliates WMFE and WMFV — on March 25. His last episode will air on March 24 at noon and 9pm on 90.7 WMFE and 89.5 WMFV.
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WMFE Hires Judith Smelser as President and General Manager

WMFE Hires Judith Smelser as President and General Manager February 9, 2022 (ORLANDO) – WMFE and WMFV, the NPR affiliates serving the Orlando area and nine counties across Central Florida, hired longtime public media journalist and consultant Judith Smelser as President and General Manager. Smelser has served as WMFE/WMFV’s interim President and General Manager since September 2021 and has a long history with the station as an award-winning reporter from 2004-2007, and then News Director until 2011, before she was recruited away by Colorado Public Radio in Denver. “After a nationwide search and interviewing a number of well qualified candidates, we have selected Judith as the person to lead the station on a permanent basis,” said Donna Mackenzie, Chair of …
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