About Flood

Learn What Makes Us Different

Community & Culture

At Flood Communications, we care deeply about the communities we serve. Our community is your community. We not only cover news stories, we get involved and support important community events that impact our audiences. Whether helping raise money for the YMCA or supporting Heartland Hope Mission’s “Stuff the Truck” food drive, communities in Nebraska can count on us to lend a helping hand.

At Flood Communications, we embrace an inclusive culture defined by responsibility. With our fun, but professional atmosphere, our goal is to be the destination workplace in each of our communities. At Flood Communications, our employees enjoy a culture that feels more like a family than a workplace.

The Relationship

Built from creating meaningful connections and effective communication, we treat you as a collaborative partner, where we are both mutually invested, establishing trust and achieving success. Collaboration and integration are the keys to developing a solid marketing strategy.

The relationship you build with your customers are centered around listening and responding to their needs and wants with your product or services. Same goes for us, as we do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. In today’s competitive environment, there is no room for waste. We integrate our unique platforms, which provides our clients with a full suite of integrated digital and traditional marketing services that will help you reach more customers, achieve your goals and provide you with a return on your investment.

The first step in developing a strong marketing plan is to identify the overall goals, identify your strengths and weaknesses, and your target audience. This includes determining not only demographics but also your audience’s wants and needs. What matters most to them? They will typically compare two to three businesses prior to making a decision. For this reason, digital marketing efforts such as banner ads, digital ads, retargeting and social media should be considered.

Meet Our Leadership Team

“We bring the biggest audiences in the region to our clients, as well as the most creative resources and passionate efforts to produce the most effective messages for their businesses.”
Michael A.
“Our products work! Whether it is a digital banner ad campaign or a radio advertisement, people are looking and responding on online and listening to their radios at home, in the car, or at work.”
Carla O.
“Between Radio, TV, and our Digital presence we can instantly put products in front of our customers clients.”
Trevor S.
“Our company strives to provide the most local and up to date information that matters to our communities. We are always trying to be involved with every aspect, big and small of the communities we serve, while doing everything we can to help our communities flourish.”
Marcus L.
“We are immersed in our communities – we’re not just a media company. Each one of us is a part of the community – whether it’s serving on a board, mentoring or being involved in an activity as a private citizen. Essentially, we are a part of the advertising audience – and that in turn, allows us to do the best job for our clients. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all marketing solution for any business – we know this – and we capitalize on it.”
Nichole S.
“We build personal relationships with our clients, and offer a family oriented and supportive atmosphere. We offer great coverage, connecting communities across the state.”
Marion B.
“Marketing to Hispanics is no longer a marketing choice but a business decision. Offering Hispanic Radio, TV and digital advertising to the fastest growing population in the state offers business owners access to a new customer base that can help them stay ahead of the competition and continue to grow their bottom line.”
Sole S.
“There’s a quote on the state Capitol that says the salvation of the state is the watchfulness of the citizens. In that sense, News Channel Nebraska has brought the state closer to salvation than ever before. It is certainly true for me.”
Dan S.