She will work with Rob Buttery, who moves into an editorial role as MFRN's agri-news editor. This team will offer its audience as well as the newsmakers a network with a great deal of radio experience.
Located in view of the Capitol in Lansing, the Michigan Farm Radio Network delivers programming to radio station affiliates targeted to a pure Michigan farm audience. Still committed to Michigan farming, it continues to serve as the only state-based radio network delivering 16 programs each day to over 20 affiliates.
The hiring of Weston was announced by Dennis Mellott, president and general manager of the Michigan Farm Radio Network.