The Creative Services Manager is charged with determining the best ways for WLRN Public Media to visually represent its vision and mission through broadcast, print, online, and in social media. This position is very much a people-oriented job, involving development of high-level concepts for design projects. It also involves working with internal and external clients, pitching designs, and understanding client needs.
Formulate design concepts and presentation approaches for layout design, and copy writing for visual communications media, such as broadcast, print, online, and social media.
02/15/13 -1pm - This renowned Jazz vocalist and stage actor has received acclaim for her recordings and live performances from New York to Italy and South Florida. She has received rave reviews of her stage presentations of Lanie Robertson’s “Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar and Grill” which will re-open at The Byron Carlyle Theatre 500 71st Street, Miami, March 8th though 24th. This is a role for which Ms. Dozier has received two Carbonell nominations. The show recounts the life of the legendary vocalist, Billie Holiday.
Rep. Ed Hooper, R-Clearwater filed a bill in the House on Tuesday that would allow school districts to install cameras on school buses. This is an attempt to identify drivers who illegally pass buses when children are boarding.
A familiar yellow school bus slows to pick up a group of giddy children at the corner. Florida drivers, perhaps caught in the morning rush to work, know they’re supposed to stop. After all, the bus’s retractable red stop sign and flashing lights serve as glaring reminders. But are motorists actually following the law?
On the Florida Roundup, we take a look at the week in news in our region and state:
As President Obama addressed the Congress and the nation, how is the state of Florida’s union? From voting and gun rights to climate change, we take a look at what resonated here from the President’s speech.
Pablo Malco, born in Brooklyn and raised just outside of Houston, always felt like something of "a misfit" in his youth. His parents are from the West Indies/Trinidad and even when he moved to southern California at the age of 16, he struggled to find a community with the diversity he craved.
WLRN followed developments at the ballet throughout 2012, starting early in the year with the announcement of who would succeed Mr. Villella when he retired in 2013.
In September, Villella suddenly resigned 8 months ahead of schedule. WLRN’s Alicia Zuckerman produced a feature story that incorporated sound from an earlier Villella interview. The following month, on the night of the ballet company’s first performance without Villella, WLRN aired an interview with his successor, Lourdes Lopez