Metro Detroit: Newsmakers April 17, 2006




Revised Tigers TV schedule announced

FSN Detroit Telecast Slate Revamped with 13 New Games- First of 15 Over-the-Air Games on TV20 is June 1 vs. Yankees

The Detroit Tigers 2006 television schedule has been revised, including 15 games to be televised on WDWB-TV20 Detroit. Among the 15 games in the TV20 package, 13 were originally on the FSN Detroit telecast schedule. Those 13 games have been replaced on the FSN slate. In all, there are 127 Tigers games on television this season. The 15 games airing on TV20 will be produced by FSN Detroit, including its Tigers announcers Mario Impemba and Rod Allen.

Following is a rundown of the Tigers TV schedule changes and additions:

Games on TV20:
Thu. June 1 vs. N.Y. Yankees 7:05
Sat. June 3 vs. Boston 7:05
Thu. June 8 at Chicago White Sox 8:05
Sat. June 17 at Chicago Cubs 4:05
Sat. June 24 vs. St. Louis 7:05
Fri. June 30 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Thu. July 13 vs. Kansas City 7:05
Sat. July 22 vs. Oakland 7:05
Sat. July 29 at Minnesota 7:10
Thu. Aug. 3 at Tampa Bay 7:15
Sat. Aug. 5 vs. Cleveland 7:05
Fri. Aug. 11 at Chicago White Sox 8:35
Sat. Aug. 19 vs. Texas 7:05
Sat. Aug. 26 at Cleveland 7:05
Sat. Sept. 2 vs. L.A. Angels 7:05

FSNGames Added to FSN:
Fri. April 21 at Seattle 10:05
Tue. May 2 vs. Kansas City 7:05
Sun. May 14 at Cleveland 1:05
Mon. June 12 vs. Tampa Bay 7:05
Fri. July 7 at Seattle 10:05
Sun. July 16 vs. Kansas City 1:05
Mon. July 31 at Tampa Bay 7:15
Tue. Aug. 1 at Tampa Bay 7:15
Mon. Aug. 7 vs. Minnesota 7:05
Thu. Aug. 17 vs. Texas 7:05
Sun. Aug. 27 at Cleveland 1:05
Mon. Sept. 4 vs. Seattle 1:05
Sat. Sept. 16 vs. Baltimore 7:05

The complete Tigers 2006 schedule can be viewed / printed by clicking here. (pdf format)

Detroit News:

Country stars Terri Clark, Westland's own Josh Gracin, Clay Walker and Tracy Byrd will headline this year's Downtown Hoedown, set for Hart Plaza on May 19-21. Some of the up-and-coming, young country talent booked for the festival includes Miranda Lambert, Josh Turner, Jack Ingram, Jamey Johnson and Keith Anderson... Hoedown to get down with Terri Clark, Clay Walker (Mon 4/17)

Kalamazoo Gazette:

The practice of accepting free meals and tickets to various events was rampant at the National Public Radio station based in Ann Arbor, according to the attorney for one of three former employees accused of trading on-air mentions for gifts worth tens of thousands of dollars. Attorney Tom Moors said several other employees at Michigan Public Media, including station managers and organization leaders, also received personal benefits in the form of meals and tickets to Detroit Tigers games, concerts, museums and local theaters... Taking gifts rampant at radio station, lawyer says (Mon 4/17)







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