To overcome the privilege, the subpoenaing party must make a clear and specific showing that:
(a) the information is relevant and material to unresolved issues in the case;
(b) the information cannot be obtained from alternative sources; and
(c) a compelling interest exists in favor of disclosure.
Fla. Stat. 90.5015(2) (2006) (emphasis added); State v. Davis, 720 So. 2d 220 (Fla. 1998). It is important to recognize that if the subpoenaing party fails to make a clear and specific showing as to any of the three prongs of the test, the journalist's privilege will not be overcome.