West Michigan: Newsmakers July 31 - Aug 6, 2006




Grand Rapids Press:

It is a whole new way to watch television. Digital-cable viewers in Grand Rapids can program their favorite television shows to fit their schedules if they are Comcast customers. Many options are available for storing and retrieving programs for whenever you want to watch them with Comcast's new On Demand service ... New WYCE station manager: Eclectic is the best way to describe the programming on community radio station WYCE-FM (99.1), according to Kevin Murphy, the new station manager as of this week. "We play stuff you won't hear anywhere else (and) from five different genres -- folk, blues, jazz, rock and World Beat," said Murphy, of Grand Rapids. Before coming to the WYCE post, Murphy has worked as a digital artist, animator, video producer, writer and reporter in the print, entertainment and news media... On-demand service keeps making inroads (Wed 8/2)

This week, we spoke with Michael Grey, 31, a WKLQ-FM (107.3) personality, whose show airs 2-7 p.m. daily, about his tastes in pop culture... Your take: Michael Grey (Fri 8/4)

Grand Valley State football will be televised to the entire country this fall, but it will be difficult to see in the Lakers' own back yard. A three-year television and broadband partnership between the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the College Sports Television Network will feature 80 live Division II events, including three football games on Thursday nights and six basketball games during the 2006-07 school year... Grand Valley football scores national TV exposure (Fri 8/4)







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