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Mid-State Multi-Media Sets Records During Record Cold

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 1/8/2014

The severe cold snap is drawing to a close with more normal weather on the way. But the two days of Arctic Vortex that swept across the region made for a busy time here at Mid-State Multi-Media.

Our stations of WMFD TV, WVNO Mix 106.1 FM, WRGM 97.3 FM, and 99.3 FM The Light, had more than 600 school, business, and other closings and delays called-in, swamping our office staff. Then, Mix 106 morning show hosts Tony Mitchell and Chelley Kemper, radio production director Adam Thompson, and WMFD-TV weather forecaster Lauren Artino delivered the information on the air.

Our websites had more than 1.5 million pageviews and sent more than 400,000 text messages.

Thank you for asking us to get your important messages out, we're happy to help and glad North Central Ohioans turn to our stations and websites for the latest news and severe weather information.

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