By Katy Mumaw, Farm and Dairy and Lyle Orwig, Charleston/Orwig, Inc. Are we tired of hearing, “it isn’t what you know…but who you know?” As we stroll through 2018, it could not be more true. In today’s age of social media, online sharing and digital first impressions, who you know can help you go a long way on … Read More
By Sarah Hill, AAEA Freelancer Under age 35? Enjoy a reception for young ag communications professionals sponsored by the AAEA Young Professionals Taskforce (YPT)! The reception will take place on Sunday, July 23 from 4-5 p.m. in the Golden Cliff/Eagle’s Nest room. Network with other young professionals and find out what professional development opportunities are … Read More
It has become clear in just the last few days that there is still a fair amount of surprise and even misunderstanding of the suggested changes to the constitution. In light of this, the vote to amend the AAEA constitution has been postponed, and will not be held during the Annual Business Meeting on July … Read More
By Jessie Scott, Meredith Corporation In addition to the farm tours, professional development sessions, and networking opportunities, a key part of Ag Media Summit (AMS) is the InfoExpo trade show. Whether you’re heading to AMS for the first time or it’s your 20th, here are five ways to make the most of InfoExpo: Build … Read More
Headed to Ag Media Summit? Download the official 2017 Ag Media Summit mobile app! Create your own personal agenda Navigate the infoexpo with the interactive map Network with other attendees And much more! Search ‘Ag Media Summit 2017’ in the App Store and Google Play, or click here to download for free.
Rachel Lium is a recent graduate from Iowa State University. She joined AAEA in 2016 after attending Ag Media Summit. Rachel is now a Young Professionals Taskforce Co-Chair, and has been vital in helping to promote and facilitate various webinars the special interest group has hosted. Why did you join AAEA? I joined AAEA to … Read More