Rick Johnson, general manager of WGCU public media, says he was shocked at Gov. Rick Scott's veto of more than $4 million for public broadcasting, which he says carries a large amount of educational programming.  Anthony Narehood

Rick Johnson, general manager of WGCU public media, says he was shocked at Gov. Rick Scott's veto of more than $4 million for public broadcasting, which he says carries a large amount of educational programming. Anthony Narehood

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