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Tereza Verenca

Tereza Verenca

Tereza Verenca is an Audience Engagement Editor at Glacier Media, where she helps develop and implement audience growth strategies across newsrooms.

Every day brings something new, whether that’s helping a reporter with their weekend newsletter, troubleshooting a CMS problem, growing the company’s membership program, teaching search engine optimization or giving advice on social media best practices.

Tereza also acts as a central editor for Glacier Media’s B.C. properties. She has a bird’s-eye view of what everyone is working on and is able to cross-publish content across the chain, using analytics and data. Before taking this position in early 2021, Tereza was the editor/reporter of Castanet Kamloops, an online publication in her hometown. Prior to that, she worked in Metro Vancouver as a freelance journalist covering community news.

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250-572-0369
Email
tverenca@glaciermedia.ca

Recent Work by Tereza

Some parts of B.C. won't be receiving mail today

Some parts of B.C. won't be receiving mail today

British Columbians are encouraged to clear walkways to make it safe for visitors, mail carriers
'Bit of a gut punch': Vendors react to B.C. nixing wedding receptions

'Bit of a gut punch': Vendors react to B.C. nixing wedding receptions

Expert says diversification of services is important in weathering pandemic
New satellite imagery shows Sumas Prairie flood, before and after

New satellite imagery shows Sumas Prairie flood, before and after

Readers get bird's-eye view of floodwaters, thanks to U.S. company
'Critical piece of infrastructure': A look inside the Barrowtown pump station (PHOTOS)

'Critical piece of infrastructure': A look inside the Barrowtown pump station (PHOTOS)

Local state of emergency in Abbotsford in place until Nov. 29.
5,000 pounds of food flown to Hope in donated helicopters

5,000 pounds of food flown to Hope in donated helicopters

The Greater Vancouver Food Bank made the drop-off Thursday morning.
'Amazing to see': From boat rides to free flights, B.C. residents rally in time of crisis

'Amazing to see': From boat rides to free flights, B.C. residents rally in time of crisis

Updated Google doc is helping connect people in need with resources.
Opinion: I took the Washington State detour to the Interior — doable but long

Opinion: I took the Washington State detour to the Interior — doable but long

Traffic was almost non-existent.
What's B.C.'s favourite Thanksgiving side dish, dessert?

What's B.C.'s favourite Thanksgiving side dish, dessert?

Between brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes, scalloped potatoes and butternut squash, who's the clear winner?
B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

The province and the Canadian Red Cross have teamed up to provide financial relief to Lytton wildfire evacuees and other British Columbians forced to evacuate for 10 days or more.
B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

British Columbia joins Alberta and Ontario in allowing pre-mixed drinks.