Tippen Davidson, Journalist and Community Activist (1925–2007) Tippen Davidson was the president, CEO, and co-editor of the family-owned newspaper the Daytona Beach News Journal. He was a cultural and arts activist, promoting the Florida International Festival which regularly brought the London Symphony Orchestra to Daytona, and founding Seaside Music Theater, one of the region’s only professional theater companies. FLOR500, Garden 314
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Tippen Davidson, Journalist and Community Activist

(19252007)

Tippen Davidson was the president, CEO, and co-editor of the family-owned newspaper the Daytona Beach News Journal. He was a cultural and arts activist, promoting the Florida International Festival which regularly brought the London Symphony Orchestra to Daytona, and founding Seaside Music Theater, one of the region’s only professional theater companies.





 




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