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WUCF's Metro Center Outlook Program Focuses on Local Issues

WUCF, the public broadcasting station for Central Florida, offers their community the local program Metro Center Outlook which provides vital reporting on local issues concerning Central Florida. Metro Center Outlook airs Sundays at 9 a.m. The host, Diane Trees, interviews various local experts and community members in order to provide the people of Central Florida expert information about the issues that matter to them.

Metro Center Outlook first premiered in 2011 and since then has covered a large variety of topics. The program also encourages viewers to submit ideas for future show topics, allowing for close interaction between the show and its local audience.

The goal of Metro Center Outlook is to allow for the people of Central Florida to make informed decisions about local issues and have the ability to positively contribute back to the community.

Topics covered include:

  • Youth Homelessness
  • Economic Future of Central Florida
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Transportation Issues
  • Women's Challenges and Opportunities
  • High School Graduation Rates
  • Central Florida's Film Industry

To read more about Metro Center Outlook visit their website here.

To watch an episode of Metro Center Outlook on the Opioid Epidemic in Central Florida, click here.


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