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TVSpy.com:

"It's been a great run, and I've been very fortunate to work in the same town for 40 years," Tom O'Neal, said about his plans to retire in July ... KTVI also announced it has hired Vic Faust as O'Neal's replacement. Faust starts April 13, 2015 as a reporter. He comes to the station from WXYZ in Detroit where he co-anchors the morning and noon news.

Full story: Tom O'Neal Retiring from KTVI, Station Hires Replacement (Fri, 1/30)

 


 

RadioInsight:

Shortly after the launch of the station as "92.1 The Ticket", WQTX changed its branding to "The Team". Why the change? CBS Sports "97.1 The Ticket" WXYT-FM Detroit has the Michigan trademark for the Ticket name.

Full story: 92.1 The Ticket Lansing Rebrands As The Team (Wed, 1/28)

 


 

Traverse City Record-Eagle:

Radio station WLDR is off the air but plans to return to action in a few days. The signal broke off on Jan. 21 after a water pipe froze and failed, causing serious flooding damage to the station's studio. We're hoping to be back on the air by early next week," said spokesman Ryan Henderson.

Full story: WLDR off the air until next week (Thu, 1/29)

 


 

AllAccess.com:

RADIO ONE/DETROIT OM/PD ARMANDO RIVERA has exited the building.

Full story: Armando Rivera Exits Radio One/Detroit (Fri, 1/30)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Listen to a Podcast featuring writer and former Detroit News Media Columnist Jim McFarlin discussing his takes on the radio and TV business, working as a writer, and his experience having a kidney transplant with host Dean La Douceur: On The Dean's List

 

 

 

Grand Rapids Press:

Evan Beach, the new FOX 17 sports anchor and reporter, proved his love of sports when he proposed last June. Under the guise of an on-the-field assignment at Comerica Park on a Detroit Tigers' off day, Beach asked long-time girlfriend Alissa Krupp to tag along, camera equipment and all.

Full story: Evan Beach returns to FOX 17, this time as weekend sports anchor and reporter (Wed, 1/28)

 


 

The Oakland Press:

Specs Howard School of Media Arts of Southfield marks its 45th anniversary by offering 45 scholarships, $4,500 each. The 2015 Michigan Business Scholarship program is the school's third annual program. It was created to assist individual employers and their employees acquire training in technology driven courses including Broadcast Media Arts, Graphic Design and Digital Media Arts.

Full story: Specs Howard School in Southfield marks 45 years with 45 scholarships (Tue, 1/27)

 

 

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