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“What’s Health Got to Do with It” – Season Two Launch

Media Contact: Neily BrarenPromotion & Marketing Associate, WJCTnbraren@wjct.org WJCT Public Media Announces Second Season of “What’s Health Got To Do With It?” Popular health program hosted by Dr. Joe Sirven, returns on Saturday, September 24 with expanded podcast platform distribution  Jacksonville, Fla. — Sept. 22, 2022 — WJCT Public Media today announced the second season of “What’s Health Got To …

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The Best New Artists Of 2021 (So Far)

All Songs Considered's favorite new artists of 2021 (so far)

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Our favorite new artists of the year (so far) run the gamut, from girl in red’s wildly infectious anthems about queer love and the warped sonic landscapes of Los Angeles rap duo Paris Texas, to the stunning voice and songcraft of singer Arlo Parks and the Jay Som-Palehound collaboration they’re calling Bachelor. Their debut albums traverse a broad world of …

WJCT Presents “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive”

WJCT Presents Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater DriveCommunity members invited to donate gently used sweaters through Nov. 30 Nov. 2, 2020 — Jacksonville, Fla. — WJCT, in partnership with VyStar Credit Union Suddath®,  and the Tom Bush Family of Dealerships, has launched the 18th annual Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive. This beloved community tradition, which runs through November 30, collects new and …

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WJCT Radio Tower Outage Update

Updated October 14, 2019 4:00 p.m. As of 4PM Monday, 10/14, we continue to restore power to our FM service. As of now, our HD radio stations and radio reading service should be available. We anticipate operating at full power within the next 48 hours. Meanwhile, our service continues to be available via online streaming, at wjct.org, via the WJCT …