Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Mar 10, 2007

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Toledo Blade:

Johny D has worn out his welcome in his hometown. He's burned just about every bridge in Toledo this side of I-280. Apparently, the road to Detroit isn't quite as bumpy. The controversial host, fired by both major radio groups in town, Cumulus Broadcasting and Clear Channel Radio, has landed a gig as morning talk-show talent at WKRK-FM, 97.1, in the Motor City. Johny D confirmed yesterday that he signed a two-year contract earlier this week. His new show, which will follow Opie & Anthony, will air weekdays from 9 to 11 a.m.. He is scheduled to make his on-air debut April 2... Johny D finds new radio job in Detroit (Sat, 3/10)

 

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