Michigan broadcasters generated $330M in 2005 public service

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Local radio and television stations in Michigan generated $330 million in public service in 2005, through a combination of airtime donated for public service announcements and money raised for charity and disaster relief, the National Association of Broadcasters announced today.

Broadcasters across the nation took to the airwaves to generate charitable fundraising that totaled more than $1 billion after two cataclysmic events: Hurricane Katrina and the Southeast Asian tsunami, the survey found. Nationwide, broadcasters generated a record $10.3 billion in public service...

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