A news reporting team from Lilly Broadcasting has returned to Europe to report on “Stories from Ukraine” on the company’s broadcast and digital platforms.
During the 10-day trip, Washington D.C. reporter Rachel Knapp and Erie News Now (WICU/WSEE) photographer Brian Schnieders brought viewers live reports and produced daily packages and briefings for the company's stations.
“Going for the Gold: Memories of Lake Placid” will air on Lilly Broadcasting stations this month. It explores the history of the winter Olympics in Lake Placid.
More than 50 years later, she is the CEO of the King Center in Atlanta. For the first time since the pandemic began, Dr. King participated in a one-on-one in person interview for a special program, “The Conversation with Dr. Bernice A. King.”
Lilly Broadcasting, in cooperation with the Erie County Department of Veterans Affairs and Zem Zem Shrine Club, will be the host organization for the visit. Hundreds of volunteers will be involved in the process.
Thanks to the community's generosity, a record 32,472 pounds of food, 535 turkeys and $65,175 in money were collected in just 12 hours for Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwestern Pennsylvania.
Viewers will not only see the benefits of this partnership on Erie News Now, but they will also hear it on the radio in Warren, Pennsylvania, on Lilly Broadcasting-owned 92 Gold and 104.3 Kinzua Country.