LIVE: High school lacrosse takes center stage at Episcopal
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – One of the fastest-growing high school sports in the country will be on full display this week. Lacrosse takes center stage at Episcopal beginning Thursday evening with the first two of eight games in the High School 9:12′s Rivalry on the River event. High school games were added to that schedule eventually, giving local programs a big stage to play on. “You’re right, this is all high school and all North Florida high school, whereas Moe’s was all teams from all around the state. AdIn the six-year period from 2013-18, the NFHS reported a substantial increase in high school lacrosse teams across the country.
The Critics Choice Awards air Sunday on CW17
The 26th annual Critics Choice Awards will air Sunday on CW17 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.Acclaimed film, television and stage star Taye Diggs is returning to host for his third consecutive time. This year’s film nominees are led by Netflix’s “Mank,” which earned an impressive 12 nominations. Netflix leads both film and television nominations with a total of 72 possible wins. HBO/HBO Max carries over their 24 series nominations, and Amazon Studios expands its total to 18 with today’s film additions. Click here for more information about the 2021 Critics Choice Awards.
WATCH LIVE: High School 9:12 Baseball Classic wraps up with 3 games on CW17
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The High School 9:12 Baseball Classic at Sans Souci Park wrapped up Saturday with the final three games of the preseason tournament televised on CW17 and broadcast on 1010XL radio for the third consecutive year. The tournament began early in the week, although Tuesday’s games were wiped out due to rain and made up a day later. The team switch the best records played on Saturday: Wolfson/Clay, Fleming Island/Nease and St. Johns Country Day/Ponte Vedra. The Baseball Classic is one of three marquee competition events that High School 9:12 has put on annually. High School 9:12 is also segueing into lacrosse this spring with the first Rivalry on the River, a 16-team event featuring both boys and girls teams.
High School 9:12 Baseball Classic returns next month with 12 teams
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The High School 9:12 Baseball Classic is back to lead area teams into the 2021 season. The Baseball Classic is one of three marquee competition events that High School 9:12 has put on annually. High School 9:12 is also seguing into lacrosse this spring with the first Rivalry on the River, a 16-team event featuring both boys and girls teams. Ad“One of our goals with High School 9:12 Presented by The CSI Companies is to run and produce high level athletic events,” said Alan Verlander, CEO of High School 9:12. AdFleming/Snyder winner vs. Fletcher/Nease winner, 3:30 p.m.St. Johns/Baldwin winner vs. Ponte Vedra/Paxon winner, 7 p.m.
Snowflake emoji and why it’s falling into everyone’s messages.
The latest emoji falling into that category and dropping into everyone DM’s (Direct Messages) is the Snowflake emoji “❄️”. The Snowflake emoji has been falling and melting into everyone DMs lately, including the Old Time Road creator LilNasX (whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill) from cable channel MTV. (They Did)CW17 dropping a Snowflake Emoji into News4Jax DM (Copyright 2020 by WJXT News4Jax - All rights reserved.) But,What does the snowflake emoji mean? No, the rapper Instagram message was about Saweetie 2017 hit song “Icy Girl” thus the snowflake emoji “❄️”.
High School 9:12 Roundup TV show debuts soon on CW
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The High School 9:12 Roundup, a new show devoted to covering local prep sports, is headed to television this fall. Thanks to our partnership with Channel 4 The Local Station, we are proud to create this new platform to elevate high school sports and find special interest stories in the high school space, said High School 9:12 Executive Director Alan Verlander. Kaley Whitehead will serve as the reporter of the 9:12 Roundup and deliver content that features sports across the First Coast. The High School 9:12 Roundup will be a must-watch show for local sports fans and will highlight the amazing young people in our community.High School 9:12 is an initiative that was launched in October 2018 by Verlander not long after he founded Airstream Ventures. The high school portion focuses on teaching students life skills, emphasizing academics and helping them build a foundation that will serve them in all aspects of their lives.
The CW Network sets 2020 Fall Premiere Dates, “Supernatural” final run
Jacksonville, Fla. – The long-run serious Supernatural is set to air it’s final seven episodes of the 15-year series on October 8th, following the journey of Sam and Dean Winchester. The final season was originally intended to wrap up in spring, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic it altered film production. The network also released its full slate of Fall shows such as Swamp Thing, Tell Me A Story, Coroner, and more. Full CW fall premiere date schedule:FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 188:00-8:30PM MASTERS OF ILLUSION (Original Episode)8:30-9:00PM MASTERS OF ILLUSION (Encore Episode)9:00-9:30PM WORLD’S FUNNIEST ANIMALS (Series Premiere)9:30-10:00PM WORLD’S FUNNIEST ANIMALS (Original Episode)SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 278:00-10:00PM IHEARTRADIO MUSIC FESTIVAL (Night One)MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 288:00-10:00PM IHEARTRADIO MUSIC FESTIVAL (Night Two)SUNDAY, OCTOBER 48:00-9:00PM PANDORA (Season Two Premiere)TUESDAY, OCTOBER 68:00-9:30PM SWAMP THING (Broadcast Premiere)WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 78:00-9:00PM DEVILS (Series Premiere)9:00-10:00PM CORONER (Season Two Premiere)THURSDAY, OCTOBER 88:00-9:00PM SUPERNATURAL (Season Return)9:00-10:00PM THE OUTPOST (Season Three Premiere)TUESDAY, OCTOBER 138:00-9:00PM SWAMP THING (Original Episode)9:00-10:00PM TELL ME A STORY (Season Two Broadcast Premiere)THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 198:00-9:00PM SUPERNATURAL: THE LONG ROAD HOME (Finale Special)9:00-10:00PM SUPERNATURAL (Series Finale)THE CW NETWORK 2020 FALL PREMIERE DATES (Copyright 2020 by WJXT News4Jax - All rights reserved.) To stay updated with CW Jacksonville search CW17JAX in your search engine on Facebook and Twitter.
Seinfeld- Coming to CW17 Jacksonville
Jacksonville, Fla. The Comedy Series show Seinfeld which first debut in 1989 is coming to CW17. The Award-winning comedy series stars Jerry Seinfeld who lives in New York City with a group of his quirky friends. Elaine Benes is the ex-girlfriend of Jerry Seinfeld and a friend. SEINFELD (SEINFELD)During the show airing Seinfeld had other special guest who played a key role:Morty Seinfeld and Helen Seinfeld who is Jerrys father and mother. A Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, and a Peoples Choice Awards for Favorite TV Comedy series .
Flag football world championships on CW17 Sunday include several local teams
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Sports may be at a standstill, but the games are still going on in the flag football world. CW17 will air the Flag Football World Championships the next two Sunday afternoons at 2:30 p.m. Teams are still competing during the pandemic, although theres no bigger stage now than the World Championships. Sik Wit It and Wet N Dirty are two of the areas most prominent flag teams. The Flag Football World Championships will also be televised on July 26 at 2:30 p.m. on CW.
Image Awards 2021 might look different but show will go on
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The Jacksonville Image Awards, a one-of-a-kind community recognition program to recognize outstanding achievements in the African American community will return for 2021, although the show might look different. CW17 will partner with the Cochran Firm for the second year in a row to host the February awards show, which is modeled after the official Trumpet Awards and hosted by News4Jax anchors Tarik Minor and Melanie Lawson. I could not be prouder to announce the second annual Jacksonville Image Awards program. Due to the pandemic, the Image Awards could be held virtually in 2021. Like the Trumpet Awards, the Jacksonville Image Awards were created to herald the accomplishments of black humanitarians who have succeeded against immense odds.
DCS STARGIRL Renewed for Season 2 by The CW
The CW will become the exclusive in-season home to the breakout superhero hit next season DCs Stargirl. DCS STARGIRL follows high school sophomore Courtney Whitmore as she inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to stop the villains of the past. This new drama reimagines Stargirl and the very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America, in an unpredictable series. Stargirl Season 2 will air on The CW and later free on The CW streaming platform. DCS STARGIRL stars Brec Bassinger, Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Cameron Gellman, Trae Romano, Jake Austin Walker, Hunter Sansone, Meg DeLacy, Neil Jackson and Christopher James Baker.
WCWJ-17 - The CW unveils new season and fall schedules
Published: May 21, 2020, 8:05 am Updated: May 21, 2020, 10:00 amJACKSONVILLE, Fla. On Mondays the strength of family bonds remain on full display with All American and Black Lightning. Tuesdays next season will bring the worlds most iconic superhero soaring to The CW in new series Superman & Lois followed by The CWs most popular series The Flash. CW Fall Schedule 2020 (WCWJ)Thursdays bring Jared Padaleckis return to The CW in Walker followed by Legacies. Sundays bring back Gotham with Batwoman while Charmed works its magic with the power of season three. CW Jan Schedule 2021 (WCWJ)You can can also stay connected with CW Jacksonville on Facebook and Twitter by searching CW17JAX in your search engine.
HOOPS LIVE: West Nassau vs. Providence for Fortegra High School 9:12 championship
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Eight of the area’s best boys basketball teams were on display -- on TV, radio and web -- during the second annual Fortegra High School 9:12 Basketball Invitational at Episcopal School of Jacksonville. WATCH NOW: Championship game live on CW17 and News4Jax.com. WJXT Channel 4, CW17, News4Jax.com and 1010 XL continue to highlight high school sports on air and radio. Channel 4, CW17 and 1010 XL broadcast the Mandarin-Atlantic Coast football game in 2018, the Fortegra basketball event last December and the High School 9:12 Classic baseball event last February. Fortegra High School 9:12 Basketball Invitational scheduleAll games at EpiscopalThursdayRECAP: West Nassau, Providence, Paxon, Episcopal win on day 1FridayPonte Vedra 50, Fletcher 48First Coast 62, Mandarin 57Semifinal No.
The Graham Media Group-owned station in Jacksonville, one of Florida's best kept secrets, seeks a motivated, high-energy Production Producer to join our award-winning team on CW17. The qualified candidate must be able to conceive, write, shoot, edit and succeed in a fast paced, results-oriented media environment. Must be well-organized and highly motivated Social Media experience a plusThis person conceptualizes, writes, produces, and edits commercial spots, promotional campaigns and community service projects including elements for digital/social media. Solid understanding of preproduction, production and post production processes. Video editing skills with a creative approach that tell a story and/or communicate client objectives.
The Graham Media Group-owned station in Jacksonville, one of Floridas best kept secrets, seeks a motivated, high-energy Production Producer to join our award-winning team on CW17. The qualified candidate must be able to conceive, write, shoot, edit and succeed in a fast paced, results-oriented media environment. Ideal candidate will be an innovative thinker and a self-motivator with the ability to contribute ideas and learn from those around them. Solid understanding of preproduction, production and post production processes. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to maneuver between on location shoots and WJXT/WCWJ studios, handle a time-sensitive work environment and be able to carry or move objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
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