In The News

Our brands are nationally recognized; our people, thought leaders. Below are just a few of the places where we’ve appeared in various news outlets. Interested in featuring Victory Media in a story? Contact our national press team:  Suzanne Treviño (strevino@gcjpr.com) or Brian O’Malley (bomalley@gcjpr.com) | (602) 274-1988.


Fox Commentator Dana Perino Asks Viewers to Nominate a Military Spouse

Thursday, January 5, 2017 |
When asked to give viewers just "One More Thing," Fox News commentator Dana Perino highlighted the 2017 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year® program! Hear what Dana has to say.
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Military Friendly® Employers, Schools in News Spotlighted Nationwide

Saturday, December 31, 2016 |
Fall is always a busy time for companies and institutions as they prepare for year-end and the year ahead. In November 2016, Victory Media recognized more than 200 companies and 1,200 colleges as our Military Friendly® Employers and Schools, respectively; in December we named category-level award winners. It was a busy time for us, and […]
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Mike Stevens, Victory Media Featured in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Business Story

Thursday, December 8, 2016 | , ,
Victory Media and Mike Stevens, COO and 33-year Navy veteran, along with the Military Friendly® program helping veterans find civilian employment and education opportunities, were profiled in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette feature business story on December 8, 2016.
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Jolene Jefferies Speaks with Diverse about Military Friendly® Best Practices

Thursday, November 3, 2016 |
Jolene Jefferies, VP of Training & Development, speaks with Diverse: Issues In Higher Education about what it means for post-secondary schools to be "Military Friendly®" and best practices of the leading programs competing for veteran talent.
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Saffron is the Spice of Life for These Two Vetrepreneurs

Thursday, July 21, 2016 |
Kimberly Jung, along with fellow West Point graduate and military veteran Emily Miller, started Rumi Spice in 2014. The goal: to bring high-quality saffron to the global marketplace… and change the negative perspective of Afghanistan in the Western world while they’re at it. The National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) named Jung 2016’s “Asian-American Vetrepreneur of the Year”. See […]
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How to Support Vetrepreneurs: Business Owners Radio Interviews Matt Pavelek of NaVOBA

Thursday, June 2, 2016 |
A leading expert in matters concerning veterans and entrepreneurship, Matt explains how military veterans can get assistance in starting and growing a business, and what all business owners can do to to support vetrepreneurs everywhere.
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Natasha Harth, 2016 AFI Military Spouse of the Year, Appears on TODAY

Monday, May 9, 2016 |
On May 6, Natasha Harth talked with the TODAY show about being named the 2016 AFI Military Spouse of the Year®, her love and advocacy for the military community, and her work as founder of Be the Blessing, a DC charity that serves the homeless population of our nation’s capital. Natasha is a Marine Corps […]
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Nancy Grace Congratulates our 2016 AFI Military Spouse of the Year!

Monday, May 9, 2016 |
Originally airing May 5, 2016, Nancy Grace congratulates Natasha Harth, our 2016 AFI Military Spouse of the Year®. Natasha is a Marine Corps spouse, advocate for the military community, and founder of Be the Blessing, a DC charity that serves the homeless population of our nation’s capital.
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Hot Jobs for Veterans Featured on CBS Pittsburgh Program

Thursday, April 21, 2016 |
Daniel Nichols talks with Jon Delano on CBS Pittsburgh’s Sunday Business Page about Victory Media’s efforts to help local veterans find work and the 2016 Top 25 Hot Jobs for Veterans™ featured by G.I. Jobs®.
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STEM Jobs Featured on WPXI IMPACT

Friday, February 5, 2016 |
STEM is the gateway to cool jobs for students -- they just may not know it yet! Glen Zollman, Vice President of STEM Jobs talks with Jonas Chaney, IMPACT, about STEM Jobs in our region and free resources for students.
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