Orlando's daily (morning) newspaper is The Orlando Sentinel. The Orlando Times is a weekly newspaper focusing on the African American community, while the Orlando Business Journal speaks to the business community. Orlando Weekly is a weekly alternative newspaper covering news and entertainment in central Florida. A number of medical journals and religious magazines are also published in Orlando.
Seven television channels serve the Greater Orlando area, including five network affiliates, one public station, and a Christian station. Cable television offers 66 channels. The city's 15 FM and five AM stations offer a variety of entertainment from music, to talk radio to public interest programs.
Media Information: The Orlando Sentinel, 633 North Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801-1349; telephone (407)420-5000
City of Orlando's home page. Available www.ci.orlando.fl.us
Downtown Development Board/Community Redevelopment Agency. Available www.downtownorlando.com
Florida Hospital. Available www.floridahospital.org
Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission. Available www.business-orlando.org
Orange County Library System. Available www.ocls.info
Orange County Public Schools. Available www.ocps.k12.fl.us
Orange County Regional History Center. Available www.thehistorycenter.org
Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Available www.orlandoinfo.com
Orlando Sentinel. Available www.orlandosentinel.com
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