WASHINGTON, Jan. 22, 2016 – Looking for a quick overview on the issues that you need to know as you start your day?

The Agri-Pulse editorial team plans to deliver a new electronic product called “Daybreak,” starting Monday Jan. 25, sponsored exclusively by McLeod, Watkinson & Miller and their clients. Daybreak will provide Agri-Pulse readers with an additional value-added service, at no additional cost.

“This will be an insightful, edgy overview of topics that our ever-expanding audience members want to know as they start their day,” says Agri-Pulse Editor Sara Wyant. “We think it will be an ‘eye-opener’ in more ways than one.”

Senior Editor Philip Brasher will take the lead on writing Daybreak, but all Agri-Pulse editors will contribute. Agri-Pulse has the largest team of journalists covering farm, food, fiber and renewable energy issues in Washington, D.C.

Readers will be able to quickly scroll through the content, as well as listen to Daybreak as an audio file. It’s a flexible format, designed to be easily accessible whether you are on the Metro, stuck in traffic or riding in a tractor.  

The voice will be familiar: Veteran broadcaster Jeff Nalley, who also conducts Agri-Pulse Open Mic interviews, will be the voice of Agri-Pulse Daybreak.

“We have had tremendous success with the early-morning Agri-Pulse Daily Harvest, which provides readers with an easy scan of national and regional news stories from around the country,” noted Wyant. “But we wanted to give readers even more of the unique insights that only our editorial team can deliver.”


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