CN2 Marks 20 years in York, Chester, Lancaster counties

Posted October 25, 2012 7:41 pm | Filed under Local News

It started in the early 1990s as local cut-ins during Ted Turner’s brand new channel, CNN Headline News. But in 1992, what’s now known as CN2 took to Comporium Communications’ cable TV system, airing a 30-minute locally-produced newscast each night.

CN2 News Director Laurabree Monday.

Monday credits Comporium’s commitment to the local community and continual investment in technology to CN2’s continued growth and development.

Monday, who has worked in several newsrooms across the country, says its rare to see three thriving news mediums alive and well in one small market.

Monday joined CN2 in 2008 from an NBC affiliate in Charleston, W. Va.

This year CN2 earned an Emmy nomination has earned multiple awards from the Radio Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas for its newscasts and feature reporting.



3 Responses to CN2 Marks 20 years in York, Chester, Lancaster counties

  1. Niki

    Comporium is a wonderful company! I’ve been here a short time, but the happiness I see on the employees faces say it all!!