When tornadoes touched down in Dayton, WDTN stayed with viewers throughout, covering the damage, and then set up relief efforts to raise money for the victims. “Our brand mission is Working For You and we’ve never been more proud to say it, and more importantly, live it,” said Jason Doyle, WDTN’s creative services director.
On Monday, May 28, Memorial Day, an outbreak of 15 tornadoes crossed over the Dayton, Ohio, market, killing one person and injuring dozens. At least one of them was an EF-4.
WDTN, Nexstar’s NBC affiliate there, covered the tornados and set up relief efforts to help the victims.
“In the midst of tragedy, you find the inner strength to stay focused and get whatever job done that’s needed. Team members from all departments stepped up to help our news team cover the story and help our neighbors start the slow recovery process.”
“We know that the rebuilding process has just begun. While our daily news cycle continues to move on after a period of time, we’re committed to covering this story for the weeks, months, and years to come. Our brand mission is Working For You and we’ve never been more proud to say it, and more importantly, live it.”
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