Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Mar 14, 2007

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WRIF & WCSX offering free college bracket challenges

Greater Media sister stations Classic Rock WCSX-FM 94.7 and Active Rock WRIF-FM 101.1 are giving Metro Detroit college basketball fans two more reasons to enjoy all the action this March. WRIF’s Hoop Mania and WCSX’s College Hoop Basketball Challenge provide listeners the opportunity to be a part of the action from tip-off to the final game. Best of all, these bracket games are free and can be found at www.wcsx.com and www.wrif.com.

Fanatics will be able to test their college basketball knowledge against WCSX personalities including Jim Johnson, Karen Savelly, Ken Calvert, Steve Kostan, Paul Buck and WRIF’s Marc Fellhauer and Steve Black.

Each day, participants will be given a list of real-life matches between college basketball teams. Prior to the start of the games, participants will review the matches and select the teams they think will win.

After the games have been decided, participants will be given 1 “win” for each correct pick and 1 “loss” for each incorrect pick. The standings will display all the participants ranked according to their win percentage. Features include:

• Live Stats & Daily Scoring
• Easy registration with point and click bracket selections
• Early upsets only cost you one pick
• Join a private group with your buddies and find out who makes the best picks
• Download printable bracket comparisons
• View everyone’s picks
• Read in depth team reviews and expert predictions
• Follow each team with articles, stats and interviews
• Read game recaps and all the box scores



Detroit Free Press:

"Hey John, did you hear what happened to me?" e-mails WKRK-FM (97.1) afternoon drive host Jeff Deminski. "What a weekend. I had to undergo an emergency appendectomy at 2 a.m. Sunday morning. Appendix was close to rupturing and Beaumont had to drag surgeons out of bed... Deminski has eventful weekend (Wed, 3/14)



Cincinnati Enquirer

The interactive Web services arm of Clear Channel Television will manage technical support for www.wcpo.com and eight other Internet sites of television stations owned by E.W. Scripps Co., the two companies said. The Clear Channel unit, called Inergize Digital Media, will provide technology integration and system support functions for the stations' Web sites. The stations include ones in Cincinnati, Phoenix, Baltimore, Detroit and Kansas City... Clear Channel to manage tech for Scripps sites (Wed, 3/14)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on March 14, 2007 8:26 AM.

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