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Today's Viewpoint: WDAM is committed to you

Joe Sciortino Joe Sciortino

As our news team works to summarize the big stories from 2015, I would like to remind you that our station is committed to delivering our best to the great people of the Pine Belt.

I would like to say thank you for watching and trusting us throughout the year. We take our role as advocate for you, our customer, seriously and work hard every day to earn our position in the market.

We promise to ask the tough questions of those in charge. We will dig behind the scenes and bring you the information that is important to you.

As our vision statement reads, we are “accountable to our neighbors” and we intent to hold those in leadership positions accountable to you. This is our goal and our promise.

As we enter a new year this week, please continue to engage us through social media and email. We get many tips from our viewers and regularly use your feedback to make decisions here at the station. Once again, thank you for choosing WDAM.

This is today’s viewpoint.

Copyright 2015 WDAM. All rights reserved.

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