James C. Clark, Buddy Pittman, Amy Foster, and Lori Walters
The State of Florida has had a far reaching effect on the Presidency dating all the way back to George Washington. Presidents in Florida is a look at how our State has touched the presidency and how the presidency has touched Florida. . Presidents in Florida looks to uncover the little known stories that have created a long-standing bond between Florida and the White House.
This new one-hour documentary film explores the extraordinary, transformative events Cocoa Beach residents found themselves engaged in during the 1950s and 1960s as the exploration of the future arrived on their sleepy shores.
Kyle Fuchs, Tricia Connelly, Adam White, and Jon Busdecker
Explore the roots of Fred Rogers, right here in Central Florida. Hear from close friends and family to see how his legacy lives on today today around Orl
Keith Salkowski, Laurel Ladevich, Mark Hubatsek, Courtney B. Vance, Kathryn Bostic, and Gary Corsair
On the morning of July 16, 1949, a young Lake County farm wife accused four young black men of rape. The case of “The Groveland Four” played out over several years, and led to a race riot, torture, multiple murders, two trials, a Supreme Court reversal and the assassination of a Florida civil rights leader.
Though widely reported at the time by the national and international press, the case has been largely forgotten... even though it helped lay a foundation for the end of Jim Crow segregation and the start of the Civil Rights Movement.
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