New for 2020, I’ll be sharing the social posts that caught my attention each week. Some of the content may have been posted by me — or it might have come from your social channels.
Here’s what resonated this past week:
If you’ve ever worked in a job where you don’t get off for the holidays, you’ll relate to this post. It proved to be pretty popular with Linkedin users:
If you spent your holiday in a newsroom and would rather spend it in a different newsroom, #NexstarNation may have you covered. Here’s a handful of new job postings from the last week or so:
It’s certainly the perfect time to let the people around you know you’re thankful for their efforts in 2019. That’s a tradition I’ve tried to keep up over the years:
Shout-out to Tyler Trasher of WRIC in Richmond for a very cool intruduction video he posted on social media. It makes him real and relatable. If I lived in the area, I’d want to share story ideas with him. Well executed.
A story from WHO’s Dave Price took off on social media when he revealed a focus group would be most interested in having a beer with which Democratic presidential candidate? Why Andrew Yang, of course.
Nexstar stations and its charitable wing made donations this week to three worthy causes: mass shooting victims in El Paso and Dayton along with tornado recovery efforts in the Dallas area.
Nexstar Media Group stations are hard at work promoting the Remarkable Women initiative. One woman will be chosen from each Nexstar market to visit NYC and be eligible to be named Nexstar’s “Woman of the Year” for 2020. I loved this spot produced by the crew at KETK in Tyler, Texas.
And a little fun to end things: I recently scored Snoop Dogg’s new cook book at a holiday party. My daughter and I decided to test our a recipe during her Christmas break. It did not go well.