Midco Sports Reports Major Layoffs, Including Well-Known TV Personality David Brown

Midco Sports has made the decision to lay off the Augustana hockey broadcaster of The Rink Live.

David Brown, a well-known TV personality, has reportedly been let go by Midco Sports, the media entity that broadcasts Augustana hockey. Sources have indicated that Brown was one of the individuals laid off. In a statement provided to Forum Communications by Paige Pearson Meyer, Vice President of Corporate Communications at Midco, it was mentioned that the laid off employees could potentially be utilized in a freelance capacity. For more comprehensive coverage of this news, the premium version can be accessed on inforum.com.

Midco Sports is the media entity responsible for broadcasting Augustana hockey and has recently made staff reductions. The affected employees include David Brown and other well-known TV personalities. Sources confirm that Brown was one of those let go. According to Paige Pearson Meyer, Vice President of Corporate Communications at Midco, the laid off employees may have potential opportunities for freelance work in the future. To access more detailed information about this news story, please visit inforum.com’s premium version.

David Brown is a well-known TV personality who has worked with Midco Sports for some time now. Unfortunately, he has been let go along with other staff members as part of recent reductions made by the company that broadcasts Augustana hockey games.

In a statement provided to Forum Communications by Paige Pearson Meyer, Vice President of Corporate Communications at Midco, it was mentioned that the laid off employees could potentially be utilized in a freelance capacity. This means that they may still have opportunities to work with Midco Sports in some capacity even though they are no longer full-time employees.

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Paige Pearson Meyer also confirmed that all those affected will be given an opportunity to apply for any open positions within the company or as freelancers if their skills align with available projects.

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