This Week on NewsNight
This week on NewsNight; Indian River Lagoon to receive 20 million to restore water quality increasing sea grass for wildlife like manatees which need twice as much supplemental feeding compared to last year, new projected numbers about the space industry economic impact and governor announces initiative for COVID-19 anti mandate legislation.
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NewsNight | Congressman Maxwell Frost from Orlando talks Gun Control & gridlock in the House
NewsNight | Congressman Darren Soto (D-Kissimmee) discusses the election of the U.S. House Speaker
NewsNight | Brevard County state representative Randy Fine on Stop W.O.K.E. Act
NewsNight | Congressman Mike Waltz (R-Palm Coast) discusses the election of the U.S. House Speaker
NewsNight en Español| Iván Espinoza-Madrigal, el director ejecutive de Abogados por Derechos Civiles esta representando a varios de los migrantes venezolanos
NewsNight en Español | Cinco años de Huracán Maria y el catástrofe que causo
NewsNight en Español | Los esfuerzos para extender protection temporaria para los Venezolanos
NewsNight en Español | La reaction de Florida despues del tiroteo en una escuela en Uvalde, Texas
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NewsNight is a weekly, taped 30-minute program, featuring a team of journalists in radio, tv, newspaper, and blogs from across Central Florida. The show is a weekly round-table discussion that highlights local journalism around important community topics. It is the story behind the story. The panel will break down the big story or stories of the week and discuss what and how they’ll impact the community.
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NewsNight Wins FABJ Award
NewsNight Wins Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists
WUCF’s weekly news program NewsNight took home an award during the Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists virtual awards ceremony on Saturday, May 9. NewsNight won first place in the transportation and traffic category in the large television market division for its work on transportation reporting in 2019.