CBS/Detroit's Country WYCD-FM 99.5 kicks off two-day radiothon
As the station has done for a number of years, CBS Radio's Country WYCD-FM 99.5 Detroit has set aside a couple of days to help raise money during the annual WYCD Cares For St. Jude Kids Radiothon. This year's event takes place this Thursday & Friday from the Southland Center in Taylor and will feature WYCD hosts broadcasting live from the mall in order to raise the money that is critical to help kids who are battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
Follow WYCD's effort's on their web site - or just call 800-374-4995 to donate and become a Partner In Hope.
- Brando is the name that Frank Beckmann affectionately called color analyst Jim Brandstatter for many years in the radio booth at The Big House. But about 35 years prior, the late Bob Ufer had Don Lund at his side and referred to him as Lundo! Ufer, the voice of Meeechigan football from 1945 till is passing in 1981, worked with Lund for a couple of decades. Don Lund died earlier this week at the age of 90. From the Ann Arbor News / MLive.com: Memorial services set for University of Michigan, Detroit Tigers legend Don Lund (Wed, 12/11).
- Videotape free for the taking: A production company in Southfield is being liquidated and there is a LOT of very usable videotape and some audio tape free for any responsible audio or video producer or engineer who still employs the linear format of tape over the more current digital technology. The facility needs to be void of this considerable inventory before the end of this month. If interested, please contact estate handler Patty Livernois at (248) 320-1585 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Other items and equipment is also available at very reasonable prices.
Michiguide contributor Art Vuolo visited the site and came away with several boxes of goodies. So, bring your own boxes, just like at Costco, if you wish to take advantage of this limited time offer.
- Granted: To Detroit Public Television (WTVS-TV Ch. 56), Detroit Public Radio (WDET-FM 101.9), Michigan Radio (WUOM-FM 91.7 Ann Arbor), the Center for Michigan, and New Michigan Media, cooperative grant money for coverage of Detroit's bankruptcy from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation as part of the Detroit Journalism Cooperative.
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