Metro Detroit: In the news June 1-7 2005

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Detroit News:

In honor of June being Black Music Month, WDMK-Kiss FM (102.7) morning host John Mason will broadcast live from the Motown Historical Museum every Saturday in June.... Kiss-FM celebrates Black Music Month, Fri 6/3

Listen to Detroit radio station WCHB (1200 AM) these days, and you'll get two entirely different portraits of the city. From 6-10 a.m weekdays, talk show veteran Mildred Gaddis relentlessly attacks what she views as the many failures of the administration of Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick... Radio shows cite city's worst, best, Mon 6/6


Detroit Free Press:

Listen for highly rated Tom Joyner on 105.9 FM about the first week in July when he joins his new corporate parent, Radio One, in Detroit. That's part of a rare format swap on two commonly owned stations... Joyner to air on 105.9, Sat 6/4


Oakland Press:

It’s the third of June, and two popular songs began with this date — “Ode to Billie Joe” by Bobbie Gentry and “Desiree” by Neil Diamond. There’s a little coincidence to ponder if you know the tunes. While the second most popular station in metro Detroit is oldies WOMC-FM (104.3), it’s amazing that so many major cities, such as Indianapolis and Baltimore, have lost their oldies stations to the new “Jack” format which “plays everything — like an iPod on shuffle.” In Detroit, the format’s called “Doug FM” and can be found at WDRQ-FM (93.1)... Oldies apparently aren’t goodies in many cities, Fri 6/3


FMQB:

After launching the world's first podcast-programmed radio station - KYCY-AM/San Francisco - in May, Infinity Broadcasting is following suit with nine of its AM News outlets. Beginning in July with WINS/New York... Infinity To Launch Podcasts Of News Outlets, Thu 6/2


NY Times:

Steve Wilson, chief investigative reporter for ABC's television affiliate here, WXYZ-TV, has been called a liar by Detroit's beleaguered mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, and pushed into a wall by one of his bodyguards. Steve Wilson, a Channel 7 reporter, warned irate supporters of Detroit's mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, not to push at a political event in May. In turn, Mr. Wilson, one of those television investigators advertised as shoving his Channel 7 microphone into the stunned faces of unsuspecting wrongdoers, has chased Mr. Kilpatrick across the country... Detroit Mayor and TV Reporter Are Locked in Video War, Thur 6/2


Ann Arbor News:

In April, Mackinac Island Press released DuFord's first children's book, "The Fairy Painting." The former stand-up comedian, radio host and television personality visited South Arbor Academy in York Township on May 19 to talk with students about what inspired her book and the process from idea to publication... Former comic, radio host turns to children's books Stacey DuFord's new chapter is 'The Fairy Painting', Mon 6/6

 

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