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It's the holiday season and if you or a loved one is looking for the latest must-have technology gadget, a smart television may be in your future. The Local Station is available on air, online, on the go and now in your Smart TV app store.

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News4JAX wins Station Excellence Emmy

The Channel 4 family is proud to announce WJXT-TV4 was awarded the Suncoast Emmy for Station Excellence during Saturday night's Suncoast Emmy Awards.

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WJXT wins in November ratings

Viewers again made WJXT, The Local Station No. 1 in news  in the Jacksonville television market for the November 2014 Nielsen ratings period.

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News4Jax welcomes new crime analyst

Being chosen Channel 4’s new crime analyst isn’t an assignment Gil Smith takes lightly. He’s looking forward to helping you to keep everyone up to date on crime trends and keeping you and your family safe.

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WJXT's parent company renamed Graham Media Group

The parent company of WJXT changed its name from Post–Newsweek Stations to Graham Media Group, effective Monday.

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Teen earns shot singing national anthem

The honor of singing the national anthem prior to Jacksonville's Fourth of July fireworks display was won by 19-year-old  who received 41 percent of viewers' votes in the Oh Say Can You Sing contest.

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News4Jax.com wins national honor

The Radio Television Digital News Association names News4Jax.com as winner of the 2014 Edward R. Murrow Award as Best Website for a large market television station in America.

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WJXT news sweeps May 2014 ratings

WJXT TV-4 is again No. 1 in news for the May 2014 Nielsen ratings period in the Jacksonville television market, winning in every local news time period for the month.

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WJXT VP, GM: Bob Ellis

Since Bob Ellis came to Jacksonville in March 2009, WJXT has strengthened its dominance in the market as the most-watched television station and most-viewed news website in Jacksonville.

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Search for patriotic singer narrows field

Over the last few weeks, Channel 4 has been searching for the Jacksonville lady or gent with the most patriotic pipes. On Saturday, the top 15 candidates auditioned for a spot in the finals.

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170 audition to sing National Anthem

Singers aged 8 to over 50 auditioned Thursday in WJXT's search for the best person to perform the national anthem on live television before this year's 4th of July fireworks.

IMAGES: 'Oh Say Can You Sing' open auditions |

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