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Kathy Waterman

Kathy Waterman

Associate Producer, Talk Shows

Kathy Waterman joined WJCT News 89.9 as associate producer after graduating from the University of North Florida with a degree in multimedia journalism. She was previously a production intern on the station's talk shows.

Contact Kathy at kwaterman@wjct.org.

  • First Coast Connect
    Wednesday, we'll look at how a proposed titanium mine threatens the health and future of the ancient Okefenokee Swamp.
  • First Coast Connect
    Today we explore how Florida is affected by a court ruling in Alabama that deemed frozen embryos to be human beings. Plus, we discuss the reconsideration of death penalty cases after changes in Florida law.
  • First Coast Connect
    Adam Sugalski is a key player in a protest against the "Self Defense Act," a Florida legislative proposal that would allow people to kill bears to protect themselves.
  • What's Health Got to Do with It?
    Today, we discover health care's latest trends with our expert medical roundtable. Topics include the spike in syphilis cases, updated COVID-19 guidelines, STD self-test kits and the connection between weight loss drugs and mental health.
  • First Coast Connect
    Today, we discuss the biggest headlines of the week with a panel of media representatives. They we preview Carolina Rose's performance at Winterland with JME contributor Hurley Winkler.
  • First Coast Connect
    Today, we speak with a panel of local Black journalists about the rewards and challenges of their chosen profession. Then, we preview an event at the University of North Florida dealing with opioid overdoses.
  • First Coast Connect
    As we honor Black History Month, we cover the lesser-known history of Manhattan Beach in Jacksonville, Florida’s first African American beach resort. Then we preview the Florida Forum Speaker Series, and we highlight the PBS Writers Contest.
  • First Coast Connect
    Discover the untold story of a forgotten hate crime in Jacksonville. The documentary "Just Another Bombing" chronicles a Klan bombing 60 years ago. Then, we explore the world of STEM with Science Sis, a program empowering young girls of color. Lastly, we talk with PS27 Ventures, which is offering an opportunity for six business owners to pitch live for a $250,000 capital investment.
  • First Coast Connect
    Today we reflect on Florida's attempts to expand access to health care while also continuing to refuse federal Medicaid dollars. Then we talk with a student researcher at the University of North Florida about the importance of hands-on learning, and we hear from auto guru Dan Scanlan about safety technology in newer vehicles.
  • First Coast Connect
    Mayor Donna Deegan joins First Coast Connect for a community-driven discussion, allowing residents to express concerns directly to her. The topics include the reopening of Friendship Fountain, the mayor's literacy initiative for children, her relationship with city leadership and legislation granting certain officeholders authority in legal settlements. Then, we preview LiterARTure, a cultural arts series blending literature and art. We wrap up with a rundown of local events, including the Black Opry Revue on the WJCT Soundstage.