Shannon Greene

Associate Producer

Associate Producer Shannon Greene comes to WJCT after working as a freelance producer and director for a few years. Shannon is a fourth-generation Jacksonville resident with a passion for telling unique Floridian stories. After attending Bishop Kenny High school, Shannon earned her bachelor's degree in communication with an emphasis in journalism and media production from Flagler College in St. Augustine.

Shannon's written work has appeared in Jacksonville MagazineReal Simple and Young Hollywood, among other publications, and her production work has been featured on Ancient City Stories. Shannon's journalism has been awarded by the Associated Press.

When Shannon's not producing television and radio for WJCT, she enjoys spending time with her family, Instagramming and watching "SNL." 

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More than half of LGBT Jacksonville residents surveyed say they’ve experienced discrimination in the city. That’s according to a new study from the University of North Florida.

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"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" opens this weekend. On Thursday, Dec. 17, Jacksonville's Sun-Ray Cinema invited guests to attend in costume. 

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On Friday, a vacant old coffee shop in Jacksonville’s Five Points reopened for a night to host a fashion show.

The show called “Kontrast,” hosted by Perversion Magazine, featured the work of Jacksonville-born-and-raised designer Bobby K. It was a collaboration with Perversion Creative Director Carl Rosen and businessman Steve Williams.

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A national exhibition of oil paintings is on display in St. Augustine through the end of this month.

On Friday night, the city made way for more than 200 painters for the show’s opening reception.

The Oil Painters of America is an association made up of over 4,000 artists.   

Association President Ken Cadwallder says when the group was planning where to hold its 24th annual exhibition, St. Augustine was chosen for a lot of reasons, including “its beautiful location, its history and the gallery Cutter & Cutter, which is a very prestigious gallery.”

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Dozens of St. Augustine locals came together last night to attend The St. Augustine Symposium, a local speaker series created by Micah Gilliam.

Gilliam and his wife Lauren moved to St. Augustine so Lauren could pursue glass blowing. The two also play in a few bands together. 

“One of his friends is more independently minded, autodidactic, person who talked a lot about the olden days of symposium guys in togas sitting around and debating the great ideas of the day and Micah really loved that idea,” Lauren Gilliam said.

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An effort to get more young people to vote in upcoming Jacksonville elections got off to a sudsy start last night. Jacksonville brewery Intuition Ale Works opened its doors to hundreds of attendees of the Jacksonville Young Voters Coalition’s first event, Ballots & Brews. Coalition Founder Meredith O’Malley Johnson says 18- to 40-year-olds haven’t historically turned out to city elections in high numbers.