Content is shared with stations at the discretion of the FPREN meteorologists through Slack, Dropbox and PRX. Requests for interviews can be pre-arranged via email or Slack.
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Phase Three is similar to Phase Two at the top of the hour, but includes extended live coverage opportunities throughout the hour. The "Everything Else" clock is the model we will use during all other hours of the day.
Phase Two includes one live update at 4 min past the hour, plus a 30 sec update that can be played at other times throughout the hour per your discretion.
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Partners of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network include: Florida's Division of Emergency Management, WDNA (Miami), WFIT (Melbourne), WMFE (Orlando), WFSU (Tallahassee), WGCU (Fort Myers), WJCT (Jacksonville), WKGC (Panama City), WLRN (Miami), WMNF (Tampa-Sarasota), WQCS (Fort Pierce), WUFT (Gainesville-Ocala), WUSF (Tampa), WUWF (Pensacola) and Florida Public Media.
Stress-free Social Media
When a severe weather warning is issued in that pre-defined area, we can automatically send a tweet on your account.
The tweets include cities affected, potential hazards, an effective map, and a link to official information from the National weather Service.
Social media managers can contact [email protected] to get this setup.