Looking At a Career in Local Broadcast As a Pathway to Digital Success

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June 21, 2021
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As legacy print outlets and digital sites struggle in a post-COVID world, TEGNA VP of Digital Content Joanie Vasiliadis and TEGNA Regional Digital Director Jessica Mullins share their experiences as digital leaders at one of the most geographically diverse broadcasters in the U.S.— and why a local TV newsroom might be the best place to find a sustainable career and upward mobility for aspiring digital journalists.

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