Posts Tagged ‘Media’


Defense Attorney Mark O’Mara

Mark O’Mara, defense attorney (photo - Charles E. Miller for CMF)
Defense attorney Mark O’Mara speaking on his experience working with news media as the lead defense attorney in the trial of George Zimmerman, plus his responses to questions on the issues and challenges of the Zimmerman trial asked of him by members of the Tiger Bay Club of Central Florida (length 49:06)

(Produced, reported and edited by Stephen McKenney Steck)

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Trayvon Martin – Media Forum

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Trayvon Martin – Media Forum (L/R- Francis Oliver, Susan Vernon-Devlin, Jennifer Bisram, and Mark Russell)
Hear a panel of Central Florida black media professionals, a community activist and a crisis management consultant to the city of Sanford discuss and answer audience questions about local media coverage of the death of Trayvon Martin at the hands of George Zimmerman and its effect on the Sanford community length – 40:33.

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Government in the Sunshine?

Government in the Sunshine? title

Florida’s Government in the Sunshine laws are celebrated annually in the state during a week in March known as Sunshine Week. This feature brings together a collection of 6-voices speaking about their experiences with Florida’s Sunshine law, particularly from a local level. Length: 24:04


(Produced, reported and edited by Stephen McKenney Steck)
Title picture: “Sun” courtesy- ilco

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Managing the Chronicle

Ray Bush was general manager of the Seminole Chronicle, a weekly community newspaper which served the communities of Oviedo, Winter Springs, Geneva and Chuluota, in Seminole County, Florida.  Bush took the reins and made many changes in this unique local paper.  He discusses his vision for the community newspaper and the future of print media. Length – 16:15


(Produced, reported and edited by Desta Horner)

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Commentary: CMF 2nd Anniversary

Commentary -- Manning Pynn (photo & graphic - CMF Public Media)Manning Pynn, chairman of the board of Carroll McKenney Foundation for Public Media, commenting on CMF’s second anniversary and the issue of staying informed. Feature length – 4:07


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Commentary

Stephen McKenney Steck, president and founder of Carroll McKenney Foundation for Public Media (Photo & graphic - CMF Public Media)

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A feature of every Central Florida Matters is a 3-minute commentary presented by a voice that matters on an issue that voice believes matters.

The voice you’ll hear is that of Stephen McKenney Steck in his role as president of Carroll McKenney Foundation for Public Media commenting on the first anniversary of CMF Public Media.
Feature length – 04:00
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Broadband & the Innovation Economy

Broadband & the Innovation Economy

“Broadband and the Innovation Economy” featuring Joel L. Hartman, Vice Provost for Information Technologies and Resources at the University of Central Florida is the subject in this gavel-to-gavel recording of the Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce monthly membership luncheon. Hartman’s 30-minute presentation includes remarks defining “broadband” and “innovation economy,” how the two are connected and their relationship to central Florida. Audience questions at the conclusion of his prepared remarks answer issues surrounding the digital divide and net neutrality. This presentation was recorded Thursday, May 20, 2010 at the Tuscawilla Country Club in Winter Springs, Florida. Feature Length — 45:12


Selected photos courtesy – Charles Wells Photography

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Aboraya: One-on-One

Aboraya: One-on-One

Kicking off Central Florida Matters’ coverage of local issues surrounding the upcoming 2010 elections, Steve visits 1-on-1 with Seminole Chronicle community newspaper reporter, Abraham Aboraya, to assess local political issues, particularly at the city level. Feature length – 17:05
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Beyond Broadcast – A Media Mashup & Voices from the Street

Beyond Broadcasting

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“Mashing up” technology creates new ways of delivering news and information via on-line, wireless and other electronic media. It also challenges “old media” to embrace “new media” opportunities. Hear how one local TV station is confronting new media from comments by WFTV Channel 9’s Shawn Bartelt and Bob Jordan. UCF radio and TV professor, Tim Brown weighs in on the future of the mashup. And voices from the street chip in with their own perspective of “mashups.”
Feature length – 8:16

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