- Requests for speakers should be made by e-mail at least six weeks in advance of the event.
- Phone calls concerning speakers cannot be accepted
- The primary event sponsor must be a non-profit organization or governmental entity.
- You must allow no less than two (2) weeks after submission for WPTV to contact you with a response to your request.
- WPTV will review your request and will contact you by e-mail or by phone if your request can be fulfilled.
- If your request cannot be fulfilled, WPTV will mail you a postcard stating your request has been denied.
- Because of the unpredictability of news events, WPTV reserves the right to make last minute substitutions of individuals appearing at events or cancel, should the situation warrant.
Please complete the following and press the submit button to request a personality to attend your event.
Coast Guard: Grand Celebration won't sail today
The Grand Celebration ship that was due to sail its first voyage today out of the Port of Palm Beach will not be sailing today, according to…
Bishop Barbarito to undergo brain surgery Monday
Palm Beach Diocese's Bishop Barbarito announced this weekend that he will be having brain surgery on Monday.
Whale dies after beaching itself in Stuart
Wildlife scientists are now trying to figure out what caused a whale to beach itself in Martin county Sunday morning.
2 dead after dirt bike accident in Fort Pierce
Two Fort Pierce men died Saturday after a dirt bike struck a pedestrian.
It's real: free money but you have to verify ID
A billion dollars of your money is sitting in the state's bank account. This is money you lost track of from an old insurance policy,…
Are you owed free money? Search database
Did you get a gift card for the holiday? Or one you got awhile ago that you never got around to using. The Consumer Watchdog found millions…
Easy way to check if your car has been recalled
You depend on your car to be safe, but every year millions of cars get recalled for safety related issues.
Stop pre-approved credit card offers
Those pre-approved credit card offers in your mailbox can make you a victim of ID theft. Here's how to stop them.