Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Oct 5, 2006

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Detroit News:

The percentage of interesting music on the "free" airwaves is increasingly thin these days, which makes Jay Butler's new show "Jay's Place," airing live from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday nights on WDET-FM (101.9) and online at wdetfm.org, all the more refreshing. Butler is a radio veteran with 50 years in both the radio and record promotion business, including on-air stints at Detroit stations WJLB, WCHB and WQBH. The latter was, of course, the late Martha Jean "The Queen" Steinberg's station, sold two years ago by her daughters to Salem Broadcasting... WDET-FM opens 'Jay's Place' (Thu 10/5)

 

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