News Link journalists trekked more than 200,000 miles across 45 states and five Canadian Provinces to gather content for print, web, video and digital services.
“One of the biggest things I’ve learned while traveling is to remain positive, open-minded and flexible—plans can change at the drop of a hat, and that’s okay,” said Meghan Wiedeburg, Corporate Journalist.
Throughout the year, we helped customers in the railroad, agricultural, and food production industries, as well as public housing and assisted living agencies, not-for-profit groups and professional associations.
One of the most rewarding things about communication is seeking out those unsung heroes who just dig in and get it done every day. It’s easy to overlook work and to forget to recognize people. We’re really honored to do that.“The truth is everyone has a story. Our challenge is connecting genuinely with people to unveil and weave their stories into broader contexts. But if we acknowledge this truth — no matter how ordinary the person in front of us seems — we will have taken a step in the right direction,” said Jaclyn Tan, Training Manager.
“People who have come to do this work and develop our products have created the success of News Link. We know that quality is not just a word; it’s achieving a standard of excellence that is defined to us by our customers. I would give everyone here the credit for the success of News Link,” said Pete Ringsmuth, News Link President.