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Detroit Free Press:

The passing of Bill Bonds marks the death of the last surviving member of what you might call the Motor City Media Rat Pack. Once upon a time, Bill Bonds, J.P. McCarthy and Bob Talbert ruled the conversation in this town.

Full story: Bonds, Talbert and J.P.: Media kings of a time gone by (Thu, 12/18)

 


 

Kalamazoo Gazette:

WWMT Newschannel 3 sports director Ed Kengerski will be leaving the West Michigan area after nearly 20 years with the Kalamazoo television station. Kengerski will be leaving CBS-affiliate WWMT after accepting a video sports reporter position with the University of Michigan, where he will focus on covering football, basketball and ice hockey, Kengerski said.

Full story: Newschannel 3 sports director Ed Kengerski to leave West Michigan after accepting University of Michigan job (Fri, 12/19)

 

 

 

AllAccess.com:

After 15 years with the company, the last ten at the weeknight helm of iHEARTMEDIA Top 40 WSNX/GRAND RAPIDS, APD BRIAN HOLMES is the latest to find his position eliminated. "HOLMES & The FreakShow" was also heard weeknights at sister Top 40 WVKS/TOLEDO...

Full story: Brian Holmes Exits WSNX (Wed, 12/17)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Brad Golder, the radio broadcast voice of the Midland-based Great Lakes Loons minor league baseball team since the team's inception, is stepping down as the team's play-by-play announcer to pursue other opportunities. Golder will continue with the Loons and ESPN 100.9-FM (WLUN-FM 100.9 Pinconning) through the end of February to finish out the basketball season and to assist in the transition to his replacement.

 

 

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