Media Roundtable; JME DJ Sessions
Today’s Media Roundtable discussed some of the top stories in the First Coast, including:
- During a special legislative session, Florida lawmakers passed measures to disallow employers from requiring their employees receive the COVID-19 vaccination and public schools from mandating masks.
- The Jacksonville City Council is poised to approve a series of reforms intended to scrutinize cases in which City Hall provides taxpayer money to nonprofits affiliated with council members. City Council also spent this week establishing its priorities for the coming years.
- Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute and JAXPORT are partnering to launch an educational initiative called Connected, which aims to raise awareness about the importance of the St. Johns River as a vital natural resource. Critics say that the partnership is greenwashed.
- This week, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office removed hateful racial slurs from two private electronic message boards in Oakleaf Plantation.
- Raymon Troncoso, WJCT News reporter.
- News4Jax’s Joe McLean.
- Angela Spears of Angela Spears Communications.
Jacksonville Music Experience DJ Sessions
Jacksonville’s local music scene is exploding with up-and-coming talent. From genre-crossing radio-ready tracks to experimental jazz, the JME DJ Sessions have you covered with an electric mixtape to carry you through the weekend.
Guest: Matt Shaw, WJCT arts and culture editor.