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McLeland Joins Hoosier Ag Today Broadcast/Sales Team

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Cayla McLeland

 Hoosier Ag Today, Indiana’s farm network, is proud to announce that Cayla McLeland has joined the organization as Regional Sales Manager and Regional Farm Broadcaster.  “Cayla will combine her on-air and sales skills to improve our customer service and news gathering throughout Indiana and into surrounding states,” said Gary Truitt, President of Hoosier Ag Today.  A native of Cass County, Indiana, McLeland comes to HAT from Cumulus Media where she served as Promotion Director, Account Executive, and Broadcast Personality at WMDH-FM in New Castle, IN.

 

In this newly created position, McLeland will work with HAT sponsors to maximize the impact of their marketing campaigns and integrate broadcast and digital products offered by Hoosier Ag Today.  In addition to serving clients in Indiana, she will work with agribusinesses throughout the Midwest to add a multi-state dimension to their marketing plans. In this regard, McLeland will be working with the J.L. Farmakis organization to combine and coordinate regional broadcast coverage.

 

McLeland will also join the award winning, broadcast team of Gary Truitt and Andy Eubank. Her presence will provide added depth to HAT’s already impressive farm news coverage and will extend that coverage to events outside of Indiana.  She will also spearhead Hoosier Ag Today’s new video service which will deliver on-location video reports to a farmer’s Smartphone via the Hoosier Ag Today Smartphone app.

 

Hoosier Ag Today

Hoosier Ag Today was founded in 2006 for the specific purpose of serving the informational needs of the Hoosier agricultural community.  HAT currently has 45 radio stations broadcasting its programs.  In addition, HAT operates a multi-media web site, smartphone app, and publishes a daily e-mail newsletter.  In 2008, 2010, and 2012 Hoosier Ag Today was rated the most listened to farm radio network in Indiana by Ag Media Research.  Hoosier Ag Today is owned by Truitt Communications LLC and represented nationally by J.L. Farmakis Inc.