Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sep 29, 2006

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Detroit Free Press:

Ann Delisi spent her last day on the public classical/jazz station WRCJ-FM (90.9) Thursday. She'll join Emery King's Kingsberry Productions. Veteran local classical broadcaster Jack Goggin will take over the 3-7 p.m. shift temporarily... Delisi leaves WRCJ (Fri 9/29)


Delisi's statement on WRCJ's web site



Ann Arbor News:

Campaigns associated with a ballot proposal that would ban some affirmative action programs in Michigan are feuding over a new radio advertisement. The campaign ad features the father of Jennifer Gratz, a white woman and primary supporter of the proposal, saying she was denied admission to the University of Michigan "because she had the wrong skin color.'' An opposition group said Thursday that claim is not true and that Gratz could have gotten into U-M if she had returned to the university a card asking to be placed on an extended waiting list... Radio ad focus of campaign dispute (Fri 9/29)

 

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