Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Feb 28, 2007

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Metro Times:

On the I-75 service drive at Casmere, it's a pulsing, multilayered FM soundscape that throbs from your car radio speakers, momentarily displacing the cheap pitchmen hawking their goods at 107.9. Be warned: If you're moving too fast, you'll barely notice it, even if you're looking. Near Tillman Street and Michigan Avenue, the static is broken by a soft-spoken man talking about making music and art that's off the Starbucks nation radar while he's, apparently, making tea... Radio Free Detroit (Wed, 2/28)



Detroit Free Press:

Dave Woodruff cried Tuesday morning as he watched his brother Bob return to national television, 13 months after he was injured by a roadside bomb that exploded while he was reporting for ABC News in Iraq. "We were thrilled beyond words," said Dave Woodruff, 47, of Birmingham. "This is the day that we've been praying for all these months, for him to come back and speak for himself and tell the story. Really, that's what he does"... TV's Woodruff is back; Mich. family is thrilled (Wed, 2/28)


Changing stations: Local health and fitness expert Peter Nielsen. Formerly with WWJ-AM (950), he'll have weekday, one-minute vignettes on WJR-AM (760) beginning at noon March 12... Names and Faces (Wed, 2/28)

 

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