BringMeTheNews: Mobile

BringMeTheNews journalists are constantly seeking out the best news in the state of Minnesota and delivering it to you however you'd like to consume it. Now, we can bring you the news 24 hours per day on your mobile device...
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BringMeTheNews journalists scan news from around the state of Minnesota all day and deliver it online, on the radio. Now, BringMeTheNews is in your pocket, too!

I'd like to tell you about your options for getting your BringMeTheNews on your mobile device.

1.) You can easily download our mobile "web app" to your home screen. Just point your phone's browser to bring.mn. Then save that page as a bookmark on your home screen for one-click access to Minnesota's best news.

2.) Additionally, we will text you immediately when important breaking Minnesota news happens.

To get on our breaking news text list, simply text BMTN to 36698 and we'll confirm you entry.

We're constantly looking for the best ways to deliver the most important news and information directly to you. We hope

you find this service useful.

--Rick Kupchella
CEO 

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