Behind the Scenes

Meghan Grebner promoted to Broadcast Supervisor

Jefferson City, Mo.  (January 11, 2024) – Brownfield is pleased to announce the promotion of Meghan Grebner to Broadcast Supervisor.

“Meghan has been an integral part of not only the Brownfield team, but of the greater Learfield Ag team, and I am so excited to watch her grow and succeed in this role,” said Cyndi Young, Director of Brownfield and Learfield Ag. “Meghan has long mentored many members of the Brownfield team and in this new capacity, some members of the team will report directly to her. Her leadership has helped inspire us all and continues to improve the quality of Brownfield content.”

Meghan will help guide the Brownfield team toward the most relevant stories, serve as final copy editor, and assure audio quality meets Brownfield standards. She will continue to report and anchor programs on Brownfield radio network and the many Brownfield content platforms.

“I am excited for this opportunity to serve the Brownfield Ag News team and our listeners in this new capacity,” said Grebner. “I look forward to collaborating with my incredible teammates to take Brownfield to the next level. Thank you to Cyndi and the Learfield leadership team for their support and commitment to recognizing and nurturing talents within its ranks. I’m eager to get started.”

Meghan grew up on a diversified family farm operation near Washburn, IL. She majored in communications and animal science at Western Illinois University and worked as a farm broadcaster in local radio before joining Brownfield in 2011. A graduate of the Illinois Ag Leadership Program, Grebner was awarded the 2009 National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) Horizon Award, which recognizes the top new farm broadcaster in the country. She was elected and served on the NAFB Board 2010 – 2011 and was elected President of the NAFB Foundation in 2021.

Brownfield Ag News creates and delivers original content across multiple media platforms. Brownfield includes the largest agricultural radio network in the country, with nearly 600 affiliate radio stations in the Midwest and Delta region. A team of a dozen ag journalists work together to create programming.

Add Comment

Your email address will not be published.


 

Stay Up to Date

Subscribe for our newsletter today and receive relevant news straight to your inbox!