"Teens & Sex…The Real Truth 2002" is a fast-paced, teen-oriented one-hour live community forum presented by the Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation (philanthropic arm of the NFL team, the Jacksonville Jaguars) in an unprecedented partnership with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and the Jacksonville media (ALL local television stations, including cable and local newspaper/jacksonville.com). The show addresses the consequences of teen sex, including pregnancy and sexually-transmitted infections including HIV and AIDS. The purpose of the program is to promote thoughtful discussion and encourage responsible behavior. This year the show was hosted by popular television talk show host and former MTV personality, Ananda Lewis; the show featured Jaguars players, Tight End Kyle Brady (#80) and Safety, Donovin Darius (#20); local radio personalities, Amadeus and DJ Dr. Doom; and local favorite Jennifer Candelino with an appearance by Foundation Chair/CEO, Delores Barr Weaver. During the live show a studio audience of teens were guided in discussion by a guest panel of medical, legal and HIV/AIDS experts. Viewers were also able to participate in the program via the Internet and telephone. Teens & Sex…The Real Truth 2002 was filmed live from WJXT-PBS 7, simulcast on WJXT-CBS 4 and cable television on May 23, 2002. All other local Jacksonville television stations will be rebroadcasting the show from May 25-May 29.
Saturday, May 25, 6-7PM WAWS - FOX 30
Sunday, May 26, 6-7PM WTEV-UPN 47
Monday, May 27, 8-9PM WJWB -WB17
Tuesday, May 28, 8-9PM WTLV-NBC 12
Wednesday, May 29, 8-9PM WJXX- ABC 25