Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Mar 30, 2007

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Detroit News:

For many motorists, their car is their second home. That's why the Chrysler Group has partnered with satellite brand Sirius to offer what they're calling Sirius Backseat TV in 2008 Town & Country and Dodge Caravan minivans. Chrysler announced the new option Thursday in New York. It becomes the first automaker to offer television programming in a vehicle... Kid TV comes to Chrysler minivan back seats (Fri, 3/30)



Michigan Daily:

I’ve been loyal to one radio station above all else since high school – WDET FM Detroit. For me, Summer nights wouldn’t be the same without turning on the Ed Love lovelight. I wouldn’t know anything about electronica without Ralph Valdez. WDET isn’t your typical public radio station – it represents the city of Detroit as it should and could be: A haven of music and culture and class to rival the likes of Chicago. But there’s new management in their Wayne State broadcast tower, management that seems to be focused on one thing only: News... Why, WDET, Why? (Fri, 3/30)

 

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