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
Doris Roberts dies at age 90.

'Everybody Loves Raymond' Actress Doris Roberts Dies At 90

April snowstorm dumps inches of snow across Colorado.

Snowstorm Traps Teachers On Spring Break — Everyone Wins

Popularity surrounding hit Broadway show 'Hamilton' may keep Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill.

'Hamilton' May Have Disrupted Plans To Put A Woman On The $10 Bill

Chinese people can officially play golf again in China.

China Is Cool With Its People Playing Golf Now

Canada's assisted suicide law would only pertain to residents and Canadians.

Canada's Right-To-Die Bill Blocks 'Suicide Tourists'

Ringo Starr cancels concert in North Carolina.

North Carolina Can't Buy Ringo Starr's Love

Inky the octopus escaped from his tank at the National Aquarium of New Zealand.

Meet Inky: Octopus, 'Curious Boy' And Aquarium Escapee

Ethan Couch appeared in adult court for the first time Wednesday.

'Affluenza Teen' Will Spend 2 Years Behind Bars — Maybe

Severely disabled students in America can have their student debt waived.

Student Loans Will Be Waived For Thousands Of Disabled Americans

A three-day process to interview and name a new United Nations Secretary-General kicked off Tuesday.

The United Nations Kicks Off The Most Intimidating Job Interview Ever

Uber publishes its first-ever transparency report.

Uber's First-Ever Transparency Report Shows It Released A Lot Of Data

Cesar Millan is cleared of any wrong-doing after dog bites pig's ear.

'Dog Whisperer' Cesar Millan Off The Hook In Animal Cruelty Case

Authorities found Kelli Cox's remains in Bravoria County — more than 300 miles from where she went missing.

Convicted Kidnapper Leads Texas Authorities To Remains Of Kelli Cox

House speaker Paul Ryan continues to deny presidential rumors.

Paul Ryan Has An Alleged 'Secret Meeting' With 'GOP Money Men'

Amtrak says damage to tracks caused by a feed truck made a train derail.

Amtrak, BNSF Sue Kansas Feed Company Over Train Derailment

Ford Motor Co. rolls out new visor lights to replace roof-mounted lights.

Ford's New Feature For Cop Cars Is Pretty Stealthy (Sorry, Speeders)

A man sits in a tight airplane seat.

Congress Allows Airlines To Keep Shrinking Your Seat

Hillary Clinton tries to swipe her MetroCard to get on the subway.

Clinton's Subway Snafu Proves Presidential Candidates Aren't Like Us

Studies show eating high-fat dairy might be best.

Science Says You Can Stop Buying Skim Milk Now

A boy plays at the beach near the Golden Gate bridge.

Paid Parental Leave In San Francisco, Where No One Can Afford A Family

A lesbian couple holds hands during their marriage ceremony.

Mississippi's New Law Lets Businesses Deny Service To LGBT Customers

Internet cables are plugged in to a server room.

The FCC's New Labels Show You What's Actually In Your Broadband Bill

Packets of cashews and cans of fire roasted red pepper strips are recalled.

Food Products Recalled Over Possible Glass Contamination

The Supreme Court unanimously shoots down proposed "one voter, one vote" redistricting.

Supreme Court Unanimously Upholds 'One Person, One Vote' Districting

The state flag of Mississippi is the only one in the nation that still bears Confederate symbols.

April Marks Confederate Heritage Month In Mississippi

Emergency personnel investigate the crash site of Amtrak Palmetto train 89 on April 3, 2016 in Chester, Pennsylvania.

Amtrak Train Derailment Kills 2, Injures Dozens Outside Philadelphia

Musician Andrew W.K. launches new political party called the Party Party.

Andrew W.K.'s Political Party Will Always Party Hard — For America

Richmond police respond to the scene of a shooting at a Greyhound bus station.

Greyhound Station Shooting Leaves Virginia Trooper, Suspect Dead

Yale University declines offer to relocate to Florida.

Sorry, Florida. Yale Thinks The Ivy Is Just Fine Where It Is

Comedian Whoopi Goldberg launches a medical marijuana product line to alleviate menstrual cramps.

Whoopi Goldberg Fights Period Pain With New Cannabis Products