2018 Top 50 Best Places to Work
For the fourth consecutive year in a row, Prairie Business Magazine selected Midco as one of the top 50 best places to work in the Midwest. The magazine invites employees from for-profit companies to complete a survey annually on their website. Based on the feedback, Prairie Business selects the top 50 employers, with 25 each in large employer and small employer categories. For more information, read the news release.
2018 WICT PAR Diversity & Inclusion Award
Based on the results of its survey measuring the status of women employees in the cable industry, Women in Telecommunications (WICT) presented Midco with the WICT PAR Diversity & Inclusion Award at its annual Signature Luncheon on April 4, 2018.
2018 EmBeliever Award
Midco President & CEO Pat McAdaragh won the 2018 EmBeliever award at the 45th annual EmBe Tribute to Women awards ceremony on April 19. The EmBeliever award celebrates a person or business that demonstrates the mission of EmBe – to enrich the community by empowering women and families.
2018 Eric Sevareid Awards
Midco Sports Network® earned recognition from the Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association for the fifth year in a row, with awards in Sports Reporting, Soft Feature and Sportscast. The awards honor the best work of broadcast news operations and journalists in small, medium and large markets in the Upper Midwest.
2018 ADDY Awards
The Midco Production Team won three Gold ADDY awards and three Silver ADDY awards in 2018 at the American Advertising Federation of the Black Hills, the ND American Advertising Awards and the Annual South Dakota American Advertising Awards. These awards recognize excellence in advertising and outstanding creative and production techniques, and showcase local, regional and national content.
2018 20 Under 40
Chuck Stahl, Field Technician II - Level 2 at Midco, was named one of the Southern Red River Valley's 20 Under 40 on March 29. This first-annual event was a chance to celebrate the region's most driven young professionals in the southern Red River Valley. Read more about Chuck and the others chosen here.