Katie Link

Katie Link

Katie Link

Director of Content Partnerships

Katie Link builds content partnerships with internal and external organizations. She seeks to develop co-branded short- and long-form contributions for Newsy's cable and over-the-top platforms. Prior to joining Newsy, Katie reported and anchored at a local NBC-affiliate TV station. She's a proud born-and-raised Texan but traveled north to study broadcast journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism. If there's a partner you'd like to see Newsy working with, send Katie your idea at katielink@newsy.com.

Recent Work
One-year-old Jacob Marbury, whose parents say he was abused by a babysitter, smiles in this photo.

Oregon Parents Say They Can't Get Justice For Their Abused Baby

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi speaks

Iraq Wants To Keep Momentum Going And Take Back Fallujah

Massachusetts State Police Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr.

Officer Fatally Shot During Routine Traffic Stop, Suspect Later Killed

San Francisco's top cop resigns.

San Francisco Police Chief Resigns After Another Fatal Police Shooting

Justin Trudeau finds himself in the middle of a controversy.

The People's Elbow: Justin Trudeau Apologizes For Jostling Politician

Oklahoma lawmakers pass bill to ban abortions in the state.

Oklahoma Lawmakers Pass Bill To Jail Abortion Doctors

Teacher gives class easy homework.

Teacher Becomes Internet Hero After Unusual Homework Assignment

Donald Trump has Twitter beef with one of his SCOTUS nominees.

Trump's List Of SCOTUS Nominees Includes One Loud Twitter Critic

The Senate votes to advance Zika funding compromise.

Senate Approves $1.1 Billion In Funding To Fight The Zika Virus

New flavor brings awareness to voting rights.

Ben & Jerry's Shows Voting Is Sweet With 'Empower Mint' Ice Cream

Officers receive the Medal of Valor.

President Obama Honors 13 Public Safety Officers With Medal Of Valor

Men arrested in undercover sting.

Undercover Child Predator Sting Busts 18 In Georgia

The Supreme Court of the United States.

SCOTUS Punts Contraception Mandate Back To Lower Courts

Graduates at Tulane University

Life Lessons To Graduates As Told By Obama, Oprah And Others

Rollover crash kills at least nine in South Texas.

Rollover Bus Crash Kills 9, Injures More Than 40 In South Texas

Security personnel direct fans at Old Stafford Stadium toward the exits.

Training Device Prompts Bomb Scare At Manchester United's Stadium

Cmdr. Eric Rasch was relieved of his duties.

Navy Reprimands Man In Charge Of US Sailors Detained In Iran

Contraception will be free in Maryland.

Birth Control, Plan B And Vasectomies Will Soon Be Free In Maryland

A raccoon caused a major power outage in Seattle.

A Seattle Raccoon Left 39,000 People In The Dark

School supply vendor pleads guilty to corruption.

Detroit School Supply Vendor Pleads Guilty To Corruption

TSA receives threats due to slow service.

Turns Out, Airports Don't Actually Like The TSA, Either

Kepler Telescope discovers hundreds of new planets.

NASA Telescope Finds More Than 1,000 Planets — Still No Aliens

Emma Watson is named in the latest round of entities released in the Panama Papers.

Emma Watson Is Named In The Panama Papers, But She's Staying Cool

Maple Match connects Americans looking for love with Canadians.

There's Now A Dating Site For Americans Who Need A Trump Escape Plan

Facebook is in hot water over allegations it suppresses certain news stories.

Ex-Facebook Workers Say Your 'Trending' Section Is Biased

El Chapo mugshot.

Judge Gives 'El Chapo's' Extradition To The US A Green Light

Victims' families are upset with how the church is splitting donations.

Charleston Church Distributes Donations To Shooting Victims' Families

President Obama gives update on effort to close the diaper gap.

This Mother's Day, President Obama Reminds Us Of Our Diaper Duty

Police cars and crime tape surround the Washington, D.C., area high school where a shooting took place in the parking lot.

Shooting Outside D.C.-Area High School Kills 1 And Injures Another

A unisex bathroom sign

North Carolina's Bathroom Brawl With The DOJ Could Be Costly