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Spotlight: Young Composers Will Showcase Talents In Virtual Festival


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Budding musicians from across Florida are taking part in a virtual festival on Facebook next week. They’re posting audio samples of their composing and song-writing skills to get feedback from professionals across the nation. Florida Virtual School, an internet-based public high school headquartered in Orlando, is organizing the festival.
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UPDATE: Guilty Verdicts In FAMU Hazing Trial


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The jury is deliberating in the trial of three former Florida A and M Band members charged with hazing. FAMU drum Major Robert Champion died after undergoing a hazing ritual after a football game in Orlando in 2011. Today the prosecutor told the court tradition is no excuse for his death. 90.7’s Amy Green is at the Orange County Court House following the case. She spoke to Crystal Chavez.
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UPDATE: Jurors Find Three Former Florida A&M Band Members Guilty In Hazing Death


Jurors are deliberating in the trial of three former Florida A&M University band members charged in the 2011 hazing death of a former drum major. Robert Champion died during a ritual known as, “Crossing Bus C.” It involved facing a gauntlet of band members on a bus who beat him with belts, mallets and drum sticks.
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