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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.
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.
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.
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.
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 |
WJXT4 is not only providing content on TV, your computer and your phone, we're also in many of the places you hangout online:
The parent company of WJXT-TV is changing its name to Graham Holdings to reflect the sale of its namesake newspaper.
Looking for a way to watch your favorite Channel 4 programming on the go without eating up your phone's data plan? Introducing Dyle TV, local television broadcast directly to your mobile phone or tablet.
Courtesy: Folio Weekly
The Channel 4 team is celebrating six wins in Folio Weekly's annual "Best of Jax" survey.
Thirteen years after leaving Channel 4, Joy Purdy comes home to The Local Station.
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