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The Media Industry in Jacksonville
In the past, the center film capital was nowhere near Los Angeles. In the year 1910 to 1920, the city of Jacksonville, Florida showed a lot of promise in being the country’s motion picture capital. Between the dates, thousands of silent films were shot in Jacksonville, while a total of 30 movie companies built their domains to make a name in the film industry. However, most of the studios transferred to the City of Angels to build another film industry. Nonetheless, Jacksonville is treated as the alternative “Tinseltown”.
The media industry continued to grow even without the support of a flourishing film industry. However, moviemakers from New York are attracted to the city’s climate, exotic locations, rail access and cheaper labor as compared to other cities. Jacksonville is then known as the “World’s Winter Film Capital”. There are a lot of notable movies that were shot on-location in Jacksonville from the silent film era to the motion pictures generation. Some of them are Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954), Brenda Starr (1989), The Devil’s Advocate (1997), Why Do Fools Fall In Love (1998), Tigerland (2000), Basic (2003), Sunshine State (2002), the Manchurian Candidate (2004), Moving McAllister (2007), Like Dandelion Dust and The Ramen Girl (2009).
Jacksonville also has its share of print media. The major daily newspaper that is distributed around Jacksonville is the Florida Times-Union. It has a website with a domain, Jacksonville.com. Jacksonville’s chief alternative for weekly news is Folio Weekly. There is also a newspaper focused on the issues of the legal community, which is called the Financial News and Daily Record. There are other newspapers that cater to different niches in the city, such as the Jacksonville Free Press for the African-American population, Jacksonville Business Journal for the business and economic community, Buzz Magazine and EU Jacksonville that deliver entertainment news and cultural guides to locals and tourists in the city.
Television is also a strong medium in Jacksonville, Florida. The city can access different television stations that are affiliated with top American networks, such as Fox, NBC, The Country Network, ABC and PBS among others. Some television shows had been shot completely or partially in Jacksonville, like First Time Felon (1997), Recount (2008), Safe Harbor (2009) and American Idol (2009). Jacksonville citizens can also access radio stations from the two renowned companies in the U.S. radio industry, namely: such as Cox Radio and Clear Channel Communications.