“Nate has obvious talent and I look forward to having him work alongside our incredible creative services department here at WBRC and taking our #1 station to new heights,” says Collin R. Gaston, WBRC’s GM.
TV stations make meaningful contributions and connections in a variety of beneficial ways with their communities. Here’s a round-up of how some stations are helping and serving their communities.
Yesterday, TV and radio stations across the state held a tornado relief telethon, Together for Alabama, that was coordinated by the Alabama Broadcasting Association. “Broadcasters are always there for the communities they serve and at times like these, we bring everyone together in a way like no other,” said Sharon M. Tinsley, Alabama Broadcasters Association’s president.
All day today, WBRC and the Birmingham Salvation Army will be answering phones to collect donations for Hurricane Michael relief efforts. “The region is special to so many of us and we view it as our mission to help those in need in any way we can,” said WBRC’s general manager.