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BATAVIA, IL. March 5, 2018: High Wire Networks announced today Susanna Song joins the company as director of communications and marketing.

Song comes highly experienced with 13+ years of journalism and communications experience. She is an Emmy award-winning reporter, whose assignments have taken her all over the country and globe. Song most recently reported and anchored at the CBS owned station, WBBM-TV- Channel 2, in Chicago for seven years before joining High Wire Networks.

“It is important to highlight and share the good work being done at High Wire Networks, on multiple media platforms,” said Song. “I am excited to join the company and reinforce its brand—dependable, trustworthy and always striving for the highest standard.” Song’s roles include developing the company’s social media presence, external and internal communications, and working across the organization to support brand marketing and awareness.

“We are excited to have Susanna on board. Our continued growth brings with it the challenge of communicating to clients and employees alike and making sure we are all properly vectored. Susanna’s skills and positivity will help us let everyone know the great things we are doing here on a daily basis.” Said Mark Porter, President and CEO, High Wire Networks.

Song lives in Kane County with her husband and two children. She is a native of north suburban Buffalo Grove and graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Song joined CBS 2 in 2010 from the ABC affiliate in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. She also anchored and reported at the NBC affiliate in Peoria, Illinois.

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About High Wire Networks:
Founded in 2000 with a singular focus on delivering world class service through channel partners and never direct. 24x7x365 around the globe, High Wire is the choice to GET WORK DONE. For more information, visit us at

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