Posted: Jun 8, 2010 8:41 AM by Ethan Beute
Updated: Jun 8, 2010 8:41 AM
Not familiar with Facebook? Then it's time to get started! Your friends are there. Your family is there. News First 5 is there. Facebook's a dynamic place to share greetings, stories, photos, links, and so much more.
You'll get updates that are helpful, interesting, and fun, see behind the scenes photos, and have direct access to us (we want to know what's going on out there!).
You can also recommend to your friends that they become fans by clicking the "Suggest to Friends" link under our logo on our page.
News First 5 is working to inform, prepare and connect every person in this community and Facebook plays an important part in this mission. The more fans we have and the more sharing and interacting we all do - the more connected we all are as a proper community.
The News First 5 page is supported by our anchors, like Lisa Lyden, as well as staff members, like newscast and internet producers.
In addition to finding and "liking" us as a single entity on Facebook, you'll find lots of familiar News First 5 faces there. These are just some of them:
Anchors: Rob Quirk, Lee Douglas, Mike Madson, Brad Sowder, Adam Atchison
Reporters: Jeannette Hynes, Andrew (Andy) Koen, David Ortiviz, Matt Stafford, John Romero
News Managers: Cindy Aubrey, Stefanie Wood Boe, Elaine Sheridan, Dave Downie, Greg Boyce
News Producers: Mekialaya White
Photojournalists: Gene Cotton, Patrick Godfrey, Adam Knapik
Sales: Rick Clark, Jessica Stein, Kenny White III
Commercial Production: Tom Massmann
Production Team: Sam Butkovich
Remember, as a means of introduction, it's proper etiquette to add a personal message when sending a friend request to someone you don't know especially well. When you click to "Add as Friend," there's a little "Add a personal message" link in the box that allows you to do this.