Media Roundtable; JME DJ sessions
Today’s Media Roundtable discussed some of the top stories in the First Coast, including:
- Shad Khan fired Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer early Thursday after a tumultuous 2021 season culminating in allegations of abuse from former kicker Josh Lambo.
- Gov. Ron DeSantis visited Florida State College at Jacksonville’s Yulee campus on Thursday to promote the school’s expansion of the commercial driver certification program. DeSantis says the program will help end the supply chain shortage.
- Also, this week, DeSantis announced the Stop the Wrongs to Our Kids and Employees (W.O.K.E) Act. He plans to push the bill during the next legislative session. Critical points in the act include altering corporate diversity training and ensuring Critical Race Theory cannot be taught in Florida Schools.
- A local gas 6-cent tax goes into effect starting in January.
- Threats are circulating on TikTok, claiming that on Dec. 17, U.S. schools could face mass shootings and bombings. Law enforcement officials nationwide say that the threats are not credible, but many schools increased police presence on campus.
- Anne Schindler of First Coast News.
- Journalist Claire Goforth.
- Writer Shelton Hull.
- David Bauerlein of the Florida Times-Union.
JME DJ Sessions
Between the resurgence of vinyl records and the Beatles making international headlines and the new music from Bob Dylan, it is hard to know which decade we are in.
Whether you are soaking in the nostalgia or looking to diversify your playlist with emerging local artists, Jacksonville Music Experience has you covered.
Guest: Matt Shaw, WJCT arts and culture editor.
First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross will be off the air until January 3, 2022. Happy holidays!