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Pam Jahnke is the new president of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting.

According to Wisconsin Ag Connection, Jahnke, who works as farm director at WTDY(AM)/WWQM(FM) in Madison, Wis., was named to the post.

Randy Koenen of the Red River Farm Network in North Dakota is outgoing president.

Jahnke is the first NAFB president from Wisconsin, according to the publication. According to her online station bio, she "grew up in agriculture." She has been vice president of the association and a member since 1989. Her agribusiness reports are aired on approximately a dozen radio stations in the state and a TV outlet in Madison.

The NAFB was founded in 1944 as the National Association of Radio Farm Directors.

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