If you watched Monday night’s (May 17) episode of NBC Nightly News, you would have seen anchor Lester Holt doing his broadcast live from ICON Park on I-Drive in Orlando.
French-Creole Ayiti TV Orlando, a new local Haitian TV station, has debuted in Central Florida. Its 24-hour programming will include news, sports, music, movies, comedy shows, concerts, religious programming, and children’s shows.
Universal Orlando will host the Grand Opening of its new TODAY Cafe on May 16, and its namesake TODAY Show will be broadcasting live.
Since the cafe is inside the park, you must have a ticket or an annual pass to be a part of the live broadcast. Annual passholders can register online for the chance to be in the live audience.
If you’re not part of the live audience, you can watch it all from the comfort of wherever you happen to be starting at 7:30am on WESH or your local NBC affiliate.
As can be expected, this weekend’s Pulse shooting tragedy was foremost on the minds of late night TV talk show hosts. Several of them took a moment at the start of their shows on Sunday and Monday, to give their thoughts.
Some of these may be a bit controversial, but there is no doubt each was speaking from their heart and pulling no punches.
PBS has announced “Antiques Roadshow” will bring its show back to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando on June 18.
The show marks its 20th anniversary in 2016, but the visit will produce material for three one-hour episodes to air in 2017.
Orlando City SC has announced a multi-year local broadcast partnership with Orlando’s WRDQ TV 27, part of the Cox Media Group Orlando TV group.
Under the deal, the station will become the exclusive English-language broadcast home of Orlando City, and will gain the rights to telecast all of the Lions’ non-nationally televised Major League Soccer (MLS) regular season and playoff matches.
101.1 WJRR FM Orlando is teaming up once again with Mel’s Bad Girls Club (MBGC) for Pay to Play, an effort to raise money and awareness for Hope Helps this holiday season
To do this, they will turn over the WJRR airwaves to the listeners of Central Florida on Friday, December 4 from 7am to 7pm, in exchange for donations.