Located in the state Capitol building, The FLORIDA Channel is a public affairs programming service funded by The Florida Legislature and produced and operated by WFSU-TV. It features programming covering all three branches of state government, and is Florida’s primary source for live, unedited coverage of the Governor and Cabinet, the Legislature and the Supreme Court.
is a half-hour public affairs program (found in The Florida Channel) that airs nightly when the
Florida Legislature is in session and weekly the remainder of the year.
Through in-depth reporting, live interviews, and regularly occurring
segments like Bill Track, the program provides viewers across the state
with a clear, concise and balanced view of state government in action.
The Capitolist, inspired by the unstoppable migration of news consumers away from print media to digital and mobile news consumption, Brian Burgess saw the need for a one-stop solution that delivers all relevant political news stories – including legacy and new media – into a single source. The result is The Capitolist, a hybrid concept of comprehensive news aggregation and original content.
The Gradebook: Quietly, Jeff Solochek and Co. assemble what may be the best blog at the Tampa Bay Times. Their coverage of education policy rivals top—of—the—game POLITICO Florida—with the benefit of not being behind a paywall.