MAB Announces 2005 Station of the Year Award Recipients




The Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) is proud to announce the recipients of its 2005 Broadcast Excellence Station of the Year awards. The awards are based on the cumulative number of points scored from the Broadcast Excellence competition's 13 categories and is given to the station with the most points in each radio and television market. The following stations were the recipients of the 2005 Station of the Year awards:

Market 1
Television: WJBK-TV, Detroit
Radio: WJR, Detroit

Market 2
Television: WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids
Radio: WOOD-AM, Grand Rapids

Market 3
Television: WWTV/WWUP, Cadillac
Radio: WLEN-FM, Adrian

Market 4
Television: WLUC-TV, Marquette
Radio: WSJM-AM, Benton Harbor

Public Television Group 1: WKAR-TV, East Lansing
Public Television Group 2: WTVS, Detroit

Public Radio Group 1: WGVU-AM/FM, Grand Rapids
Public Radio Group 2: WUOM/WFUM/WVGR-FM, Ann Arbor

The MAB also announced the winners of its Broadcast Excellence Award competition. The winners were selected from 807 entries submitted by Michigan radio and television stations from the commercial and public sectors. For a complete list of all winners, visit The Broadcast Excellence Awards, one of the largest state awards programs in the nation, was judged by members of the Illinois Broadcasters Association on a variety of criteria including presentation, delivery, and production values. On Tuesday, March 14 more than 200 people attended the awards presentation at the Lansing Center in downtown Lansing.







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