Videos

Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Melba PearsonPearson will be challenging Katherine Fernandez Rundle, Miami-Dade’s longtime state attorney, in the upcoming primary.
Facing South Florida: Coronavirus ConcernsJim DeFede went one-on-one with Martha Baker, the head of the union that represents more than 5,000 Jackson Health employees.
Facing South Florida: Racism In America & Police ReformWashington is taking notice and so is South Florida. Eliott Rodriguez participate in a virtual roundtable meeting hosted by two members of Congress who represent our area. Local protesters, activists and community leaders were among those who participated.
Facing South Florida: Mayors Discuss Coronavirus ConcernsEliott Rodriguez and his guests take a hard look at the spike in COVID-19 cases in South Florida, and what needs to be done to slow the spread.
Facing South Florida: Officers ChargedJim DeFede and Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg discuss the challenges facing prosecutors in Minneapolis.
Facing South Florida: The George Floyd ProtestsJim DeFede spoke with State Sen. Oscar Braynon and community activist Victoria Gunder about the protests seeking justice for George Floyd.
Facing South Florida: Felon Voting RightsJim DeFede caught up with ACLU attorney Julie Ebenstein after federal judges ruled in favor of hundreds of thousands of people with felony convictions who will now be able to vote this fall in Florida.
Facing South Florida: COVID-19 Pandemic Might Be Causing Mental Health CrisisThe focus of the conversation is coronavirus with an emphasis on the mental health crisis the pandemic may be causing.
Facing South Florida: Florida FarmworkersThe focus of the conversation is coronavirus with an emphasis on farmworkers in places like Homestead, Belle Glade and Immokalee.

Facing South Florida

Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Melba PearsonPearson will be challenging Katherine Fernandez Rundle, Miami-Dade’s longtime state attorney, in the upcoming primary.
Facing South Florida: Coronavirus ConcernsJim DeFede went one-on-one with Martha Baker, the head of the union that represents more than 5,000 Jackson Health employees.
Facing South Florida: Racism In America & Police ReformWashington is taking notice on racism in America and police reform – and so is South Florida.
Facing South Florida: Coronavirus ConcernsEliott Rodriguez and his guests took a hard look at the spike in COVID-19 cases in South Florida, and what needs to be done to slow the spread.
Facing South Florida: Officers ChargedThe focus of the conversation is the four officers charged in George Floyd’s death, and the rarity of police officers convicted on the charges facing them.
Facing South Florida: The George Floyd ProtestsJim DeFede and his guests take a hard look at what has been a remarkable and memorable week in South Florida with protests and unrest as well as questionable behavior by law enforcement.
Facing South Florida: Felon Voting RightsJim DeFede caught up with ACLU attorney Julie Ebenstein after federal judges ruled in favor of hundreds of thousands of people with felony convictions who will now be able to vote this fall in Florida.
Facing South Florida: COVID-19 Pandemic Might Be Causing Mental Health CrisisThe focus of the conversation was the coronavirus with an emphasis on the mental health crisis the pandemic may be causing.
Facing South Florida: Florida FarmworkersThe focus of the conversation was the coronavirus with an emphasis on farmworkers in places like Homestead, Belle Glade and Immokalee, which are the new hot spots for COVID-19.