West Michigan: Newsmakers Jan 25, 2007

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West Michigan radio ratings available

News-talk WOOD AM was a surprise number one station among all radio listeners in Grand Rapids during the fall ratings book, pushing country WBCT-FM out of the top slot for the first time in at least a couple of years. B-93 finished second, followed by Christmas/soft rock WOOD-FM, contemporary hits WSNX-FM and classic rock WLAV-FM.

In Kalamazoo, the top station was contemporary hits WKFR-FM, which led rock WRKR-FM and WBCT. Battle Creek's top station was country WNWN-FM followed by WKFR and news-talk WBCK AM. Finally in Muskegon, country WMUS-FM leads the parade, with rock WMRR-FM and WSNX making up the rest of the top 3 stations.

Charts from Stationratings.com:
Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Muskegon



Grand Rapids Press:

With 50 years of radio broadcasting behind it, Hope College student radio station WTHS on Wednesday dedicated its new studios in the Martha Miller Center for Global Communication. The station's new facility at 10th Street and Columbia Avenue includes two broadcasting studios filled with about $70,000 worth of the latest in digital broadcasting equipment and software... Hope's radio station moves into new studios (Thu, 1/25)



AllAccess.com:

Citadel Expands Brent Alberts' Duties:
CITADEL VP/Rock BRENT ALBERTS adds duties as Dir./Operations & Programming for the MIDWEST region. On FEBRUARY 1, ALBERTS will move his base of operations from GRAND RAPIDS to CITADEL's LANSING cluster, where the 39-year broadcast vet will also program Classic Rock WMMQ. (Thu, 1/25)

 

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