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Political figures and influencers are often heard in brief bites that don’t capture the context of the whole story. “Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite” expands the conversation with these newsmakers along the I-4 corridor and beyond. Join award-winning Spectrum News 13 anchor and Orlando Woman of the Year Ybeth Bruzual, political reporter Greg Angel, and veteran producer Gary Darling for a must-hear interview each week and learn about the issues affecting Central Florida.
 
Hey Guys, My name is Nate and this is my podcast. On here We will talk about what is happening in Central Florida. Our Focus is to talk about current happenings and the way our city and people are staying orlando strong. Join me on this wondrous and wild ride! I don’t own any right to music played in these podcast, name and locations are due to change for anonymity.
 
The Central Florida Wesley Foundation is a family of people who are empowered by fulfilling the great commandment, having a love for Jesus that invades and impacts every facet of our entire being an army of radical lovers of Christ who wholeheartedly embrace Jesus' commission to go to all the nations, starting right here on the campuses of UCF, Seminole Community and Valencia Community Colleges a house of prayer where healing occurs, strongholds are broken and intimacy with Jesus is cultivat ...
 
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Well, tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and if you’re like me, you’re probably making that last-minute trip to the store for Thanksgiving Dinner supplies, or you might be headed out of town to visit family. I know a lot of people are looking forward to that…. So what we wanted to do this week was hit the PAUSE button on politics and issues and all of that …
 
All right, it’s nostalgia time. On October 29, 1997, viewers first tuned in to a new station. From covering local events like theme park openings, the Pulse shooting, and hurricanes through the years, Spectrum News 13 has been with you every step of the way. Now in 2022, we are celebrating 25 years of Spectrum News 13, so we’ve gone through the new…
 
Immigration is an issue not only impacting Florida, but many other states as well. How is the economy impacted by this? How did candidates on opposing sides shape the narrative? Just before the election, we sat down with other spectrum news journalists from across the nation to get the temperature of how the issue of immigration is being perceived …
 
The countdown is on to Election Day on Tuesday. By our count, some 205 races on Central Florida ballots with 432 choices out there. The question now is… are we in for a long night waiting for results, or will everything be decided rather quickly? And what does this all mean for 2024? Let’s find out now from our guests, political analysts Wes Hodge …
 
Voters will decide who will be the next Chief Financial Officer of Florida in November. Jimmy Patronis is the incumbent that's looking for another term in the post, and Adam Hattersley argues he would do a better job looking out for residents.저자 Spectrum News 13
 
The race for Florida Attorney General is set for November. Republican incumbent Ashley Moody is asking voters to have her back for another four years. Democratic challenger Aramis Ayala is asking voters if they’re satisfied with Moody, or if they think she needs to be a one-term AG. Joining us now, Democratic candidate Aramis Ayala.…
 
Let me throw three dates at you… November 6th, 2018–Florida voters passed Amendment 4, 65 to 35. The citizen’s initiative called for the automatic restoration of felon voting rights upon completion of their sentences. June 28, 2019–Governor Ron DeSantis signs into law Senate Bill 7066, an implementing bill for Amendment 4. The law defined “completi…
 
Voters will face a long slate of races on their November ballot. It may feel like every month—every year—we are in an election, but in just weeks; really—voters will cast ballots for the November general election. Floridians will decide not only who will represent them at home and in Tallahassee–but in Washington, D.C. --- in the tight race for U.S…
 
Voters will face a long slate of races on their November ballot. Floridians will decide not just who represents them here at home and in Tallahassee – but also in Washington. Floridians will have weight in the balance of which party is in power in D.C. OR… It may feel like every month – every year – we are in an election. Each one more critical tha…
 
We want to pull back the curtain on candidates and campaigns. HOW do they decide to go after your vote? What goes into figuring out what you care about? Our guest this week you could perhaps call a maverick of political marketing and campaigns. A longtime advisor for progressive candidates. His resume includes extensive work for the 2008 Obama pres…
 
The August primary is over, it’s a matter of history now, and NOW, it’s full speed ahead to the November general election, but in some cases, it’s actually a runoff election. We’re getting into the weeds here, so who better than to jump into the weeds with us than Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles!…
 
It seems like just days ago kids were in class for the last day of school – you blinked – and summer break is over. Kids are back in class – getting those new routines going. There are a lot of changes this school year – especially when it comes to safety. Many of these changes are inspired by the 2018 tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Schoo…
 
Hotelier and philanthropist Harris Rosen discusses the Rosen Medical Center & RosenCare, with the focus of the conversation: Affordable health care. He is asked: How on earth are you able to provide fairly inexpensive health care to thousands of your employees? Hear his answer in the latest Beyond the Soundbite. ABOUT THE SHOW Political figures and…
 
We’re less than a week away from the August election. For partisan races, it’s the primary election, but for most non-partisan races, it’s all about commissioners, council members and judges. It’s actually a general election, so as Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles said in Beyond the Soundbite podcast a few weeks ago, “There’s a bal…
 
Welcome to Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite, Spectrum News 13’s podcast that’s covering politics up and down the I-4 corridor. Aug. 23 is primary election day and it’s coming up fast, with so many races to talk about. This week, we’re hearing from two of the three Republican candidates running in U.S. Congressional District 11, the seat curren…
 
We’re now less than a month away from the Aug. 23 primary election. Vote-by-mail ballots heading out already and early voting starting in a few weeks. The top race on the ballot for Democrats is the primary for governor. Voters will see four names on their ballots: Charlie Crist, Cadance Daniel, Nikki Fried, and Robert Willis. Nikki Fried, the curr…
 
We’re now less than a month away from the Aug. 23 primary election. Vote-by-mail ballots are heading out already and early voting starting in a few weeks. The top race on the ballot for Democrats is the primary for governor. Voters will see four names on their ballots: Charlie Crist, Cadance Daniel, Nikki Fried, and Robert Willis. Congressman Charl…
 
Aug. 23, mark it down. Florida voters head to the polls for the primary election. For the partisan races, it’s like a playoff system to see who advances to the final in November. So many races on the ballots, well more than 100 contests that Central Florida voters will see on their ballot, among them, the Democratic race for attorney general. The w…
 
Aug. 23, mark it down. Florida voters head to the polls for the primary election. For the partisan races, it’s like a playoff system to see who advances to the final in November. So many races on the ballots, well more than 100 contests that Central Florida voters will see on their ballot, among them, the Democratic race for attorney general. The w…
 
August 23rd, mark it down. Florida voters head to the polls for the primary election. For the partisan races, it’s like a playoff system to see who advances to the final in November. So many races on the ballots… well over 100 contests that Central Florida voters will see on their ballot… among them, the Democratic race for Attorney General. The wi…
 
For the last few weeks, there’s been a big focus on the 2020 elections which spurred the Jan. 6th riots. That’s all everybody seems to be focusing on is 2020, but guess what? We are less than two months away from the August 2022 primary election. We’re talking everything elections and what you need to know right now with Orange County Supervisor of…
 
On June 24, 2021, at about 1:22 a.m., a 12-story beachfront condo building near Miami suddenly collapsed. Hundreds of first responders spent countless hours and days literally crawling through the rubble of what was once the Champlain Towers South. Families clinched onto any bit of hope they could. In the end, 98 people died. Only four people were …
 
It’s no secret that so many Puerto Ricans call Central Florida home, but what you may not know is that the University of Central Florida actually studies the Puerto Rican connection to the Sunshine State with its UCF Puerto Rico Research Hub. Dr. Fernando Rivera leads the research hub and talks the good, the bad and everything in between that is Pu…
 
The soon-to-be-former Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolón talks about his three decades with the police department as he prepares for retirement. And he shares what he has seen in law enforcement, what events had the most impact on him and comments on what the future may hold for him in the latest Beyond the Soundbite podcast. ABOUT THE SHOW Politic…
 
June 1 is the start of hurricane season, which lasts through Nov. 30. Now, as we all know, it could be quiet, or it could be cantankerous, but the focus right now is being prepared. We’re taking that deep dive into the Weather Center with Spectrum News 13 Chief Meteorologist Bryan Karrick as he returns to this week’s Beyond the Soundbite. IN THIS E…
 
So when you see a problem facing you, the best thing to do is take it head-on, right? It works for so many of life’s simple tasks, but our guest employs that same strategy to confront what many might consider to be a monumental task … fighting racism one person at a time. How in the world can you even do that? Let’s find out from the man himself, D…
 
An amazing week is in store for some very special athletes. From June 5 through June 12, Central Florida hosts the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, and if you think the games just take place at a high school track or in a gymnasium with just a handful of families and friends in attendance, you are wrong. More than 4,000 athletes are supplemented wi…
 
It’s being called a crisis, and Florida homeowners are bearing the brunt of the costs. We’re talking about property and homeowners insurance. Policies in Florida are not being renewed, some insurance companies leaving the state and some insurance companies are being dissolved. The Florida Legislature is coming back for a Special Session May 23 thro…
 
Huge news this week: a Monday night’s gigantic news bomb out of Washington, D.C.: Politico reporting on and publishing a draft of a majority opinion by the United States Supreme Court that would come out after a ruling on Dobbs vs. Jackson, the Mississippi abortion case, which could then ultimately overturn Roe vs. Wade, a decision that’s been in p…
 
There’s a new form of money out there that you may or may not have heard of, and for the people who haven’t heard of it, they might be saying “Wait, what? New money?” It’s true. Forget nickels and dimes and dollar bills, there’s something out there called cryptocurrency. So what is it? Why is it different than cold hard cash? And how can you get so…
 
When we say this is a political podcast, it is not just about the horse race of campaigns. It is about the process of government. The oversight approach. What government does and how it impacts our lives, and that is where we are this week, talking about government oversight of Florida’s most critical product: attractions and tourism. There is so m…
 
On the season 8 finale, we have a special sendoff for a very long season. We'll be joined by special guest Megan Stump to talk about some of our feelings before and after, so stick around after the show. Personally, I wanted to add, thank you so much subscribing to this podcast, if it's from the very beginning or you're a first time listener, I've …
 
On this week's show, Ann Marie and I finally get the chance to ride aboard an authentic Mardi Gras float during Universal's Mardi Gras event for 2022. Due to some audio difficulties post recording that I didn't realize until editing, this audio might sound a bit different, but it doesn't take away the fun nature of throwing beads to guests down bel…
 
This week, we are talking about what is perhaps becoming Florida’s fiercest political feud: Gov. Ron DeSantis vs. Disney. In the last days of the Florida Legislative Session, lawmakers passed House Bill 1557 —Parental Rights in Education, dubbed by critics as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. After its passage and support by DeSantis, Disney came out again…
 
On this week's delayed show, we step into Epcot for the evening to finally get around to see Harmonious which is the replacement nighttime show for IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth and EPCOT Forever. Harmonious showcases and celebrates the cultures and stories of the world that have inspired various Disney films and music, so you'll be hearing c…
 
The 2022 Legislative Session is in the books. Lawmakers needed extra time to pass the budget, which, by the way, was because the budget got to lawmakers later than expected, and then there were lots of bills you probably heard about, lots of division down party lines. We talk about that and significant bills that passed with Republican State Rep. A…
 
The 2022 Legislative Session is in the books, and the Session saw a lot bills that spurred heated debate and divisions among party lines. One bill, HB 5 “Reducing Fetal and Infant Mortality,” also known as the 15-week abortion bill. It passed, but not without fierce opposition from the left and fierce support on the right. We talk about that and ot…
 
On this week's show, for once we are actually at the Magic Kingdom to FINALLY watch the new nighttime firework show, Disney Enchantment. Afterwards, we give our thoughts as we head then to our second destination, Mickey's PhilarMagic which last year added a new Coco segment to the attraction. Come join us! Visit us at www.CFSAS.com Contact us at po…
 
The 2022 Legislative Session is in the books. Lawmakers needed extra time to pass the budget, which, by the way, was because the budget got to lawmakers later than expected, and then they had to wait 72 hours before they could vote on it. But before that, lots of bills you probably heard about and lots of division down party lines. We talk about th…
 
March 16, 2022: The 2022 Legislative Session is in the books, and the Session saw a lot bills that spurred heated debate and divisions among party lines. HB 1557, the “Parental Rights in Education" bill, is arguably the most controversial bill of the Session and was dubbed by critics as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. It passed, but not without fierce op…
 
On this week's show, we have something very special, we're actually gonna take you into the new show Drawn to Life presented by Cirque du Soleil & Disney. This show replaced La Nouba which played at Downtown Disney (now Disney Springs) from 1998 to 2017. Visit us at www.CFSAS.com Contact us at podcast@cfsas.com Follow us on Twitter @CentralFLSAS Su…
 
Feb. 24, 2022: It was rumored to happen for months, but it finally did. Russia invaded Ukraine. The whole world watched as Russian military vehicles line up for miles, waiting for the orders to go into Ukraine. And then there was more video of missile attacks and the resulting damage. Thousands of Ukrainians trying to flee the country, however, rep…
 
There is nothing we hate more than getting stuck in traffic, especially on the verge of a weekend getaway to, say, Miami. Now, imagine bypassing the Turnpike and getting to Miami, going at points 135 miles per hour, and you don’t even have to do the driving! That is part of the pitch from the group behind Brightline, the near-high-speed rail servic…
 
There is no denying it, Central Florida is busting at the seams. Growing rapidly. At one point Florida was seeing 1,000 people moving to the state every day. We’ve talked extensively about housing and affordable housing, but that is one piece of a broader puzzle. This week, we’re talking about how to get those people around, and what Central Florid…
 
On this week's show, it's week 3 of Mardi Gras at Universal Studios Florida and we're about to experience Barenaked Ladies who we've showcased on this show before. If you've never had the opportunity to see them in person, you've been missing out. Just so much fun loving energy during the whole show. You will enjoy listening to this and even hearin…
 
This week we are diving into several critical issues in Central Florida. Having a conversation about issues that arguably don’t get enough attention. Human trafficking, opioid overdoses, and mental health, especially when it comes to law enforcement. Our guest is on the forefront of all of these challenges. Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma is o…
 
On this week’s show, it's the one and only Diana Ross! This chart-topping artist is the only female artist to have number-one singles on the Billboard Hot 100 as a solo artist, with the Guinness Book of World Records recognizing her success in the United States and UK for having more hits than any female artist in the charts, with a career total of…
 
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