Live in Florida? Then you need to watch Florida: Choosing the Future, premiering on Florida PBS stations tonight. (See the whole broadcast schedule here.) I wrote and produced this show for three awesome organizations: the Fred Friendly Seminars, the Florida Humanities Council, and the Askew Institute. The assignment was daunting: Produce an intelligent and engaging discussion on the choices the state faces for its economic future. But thanks to a great moderator and amazing participants, we did it — creating a program where people across the political spectrum talk honestly about what has to happen to bring great jobs and economic prosperity to your state, your county, your neighborhood. And they have fun doing it. Really. Continue reading
About Joan GrecoJoan Greco has been creating compelling discussion programs for over 25 years, beginning her career while an editor at the Harvard Law Review. Her work has been featured on PBS, won awards, and garnered critical praise. Click here to learn more.
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