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WJCT and Jacksonville Public Library present radio show

89.9 WJCT Public Radio and Jacksonville Public Library (JPL) will present “Lost in the Stacks,” a weekly radio show uncovering gems from the library’s diverse, often-surprising music collection, debuting Thursday, Aug. 4 at 11 p.m. on 89.9 WJCT Public Radio.

Hosted by JPL librarians and music aficionados Matthew Moyer and Andrew Coulon, the hour-long program will focus on influential and overlooked albums, exploring a variety of genres and performers. Moyer and Coulon created and manage Personalized Playlists, a free music advisory service offering library customers personalized music recommendations based on their unique tastes and interests.

“We’re excited to do this show. It’s completely new territory for the Jacksonville Public Library. ‘Lost in the Stacks’ will be a great opportunity to spotlight the library’s music collection and promote its value to our community,” said co-host Moyer.

WJCT President and CEO Michael Boylan says, “It is part of WJCT’s mission to provide programming that celebrates cultural diversity, and this new program is a great example of how we are bringing even more programming content to the First Coast community.” He adds, “WJCT is striving to generate more content for our diverse audience, and Lost in the Stacks will add to our expanding inventory of eclectic music programming.”

For more information about the library, call 630-BOOK (2665) or visit jaxpubliclibrary.org. For more information on WJCT, visit wjct.org.


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