Florida Matters Reporters Roundtable: Hurricane Irma
We're starting something new on Florida Matters. Once a month we're going to gather together some experienced reporters from around the state for perspective on the important news happening in Florida.
This week we're talking about the consequences of Hurricane Irma, and lessons learned from the storm.
Our panel includes:
Tamara Lush, Correspondent with the Associated Press
Kate Stein, reporter with WLRN in Miami
Romona Washington, Executive Editor of the Highlands News-Sun and the Highlands Sun
What lessons have you learned from your experience during Hurricane Irma? And what would you like to see your community do differently for the next storm? Share your thoughts on our Facebook page, on Twitter or by emailing FloridaMatters@wusf.org.
Tuesday at 6:30 PM | Sunday at 7:30 AM on WUSF 89.7
Monday at 10:00 PM on WSMR 89.1
Robin Trohn Sussingham is a reporter and program host at WUSF Public Broadcasting, and is the producer of Florida Matters. She came to WUSF from public radio stations KUER and KCPW in Utah, has contributed stories to NPR and Marketplace, and also has an extensive background in print reporting. She was born in Lakeland and often reports about Polk County.
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