Dear Friend of WIN:
After 15 years on the air delivering high quality labor news every weekday without lapse, WIN ceased broadcast after November 17, 2017. We had hoped to find a new home for the newscast, but negotiations with several other media outlets were not successful. Therefore, Workers Independent News will not be broadcast in the foreseeable future.
On behalf of us, our board and staff, we sincerely and humbly thank all of you for your support over the years. Without you, an important voice for news affecting working men and women throughout our country would not have been possible.
The difficult times for working families continue, but we see important signs of resistance to the well-funded and coordinated attacks of the extreme elements in our society. Working people and their communities are fighting back through organizing, political action and education, and forging new alliances. The need to communicate these struggles and victories is greater than ever.
While WIN has ceased operations, those of us who produced it over the years intend to remain a voice in the debate over issues affecting working people. We will be in touch in the upcoming year about new ideas to keep our movement strong.
We welcome any support you may be able to give to help us to defray our transition expenses. Support can be made by PayPal:
Or Sent to:
Public Economic Information Service, Inc.
C/O WIN Media Project
PO Box 910
Madison, WI 53701
For any questions please email email@example.com. Thank you for continuing to be a part of strengthening labor’s voice.
Founder, Workers Independent News
Founding Chairperson, Public Economic Information Service Inc., a 501©3 and owner of The Workers Independent News