Metro Detroit: Newsmakers May 26, 2006

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Detroit News:

WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) says in documents filed in federal court that it has tried to accommodate the religious beliefs of anchorman Frank Turner, and the station denies it has discriminated against him. To allow Turner to host a religious radio program would be too economically harmful to the station, Channel 7 said in response to a lawsuit filed by Turner... Channel 7 answers discrimination suit (Fri 5/26)



Detroit Free Press:

Here, by key time period, are Detroit results from Nielsen Media Research's May ratings period, which ended Wednesday... Nielsen May TV ratings (Fri 5/26)


Sitting in a radio studio doesn't seem like the most comfortable place for Bill Martin. But considering the past eight months he has had, the Michigan athletic director's wide smile Thursday morning told much more than his words. Just a week after getting approval from the Board of Regents for his Michigan Stadium expansion plan, Martin sat in the WOMC-FM (104.3) Ferndale studios and announced Michigan also had completed a five-year radio pact for its major sports... U-M's Martin pleased with radio deal (Fri 5/26)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on May 26, 2006 1:40 PM.

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