The Michigan Association of Public Broadcasters (MAPB) has re-elected Thom Paulson, General Manager of Interlochen Public Radio, as MAPB President. The Michigan Public Radio Network (MPRN) has re-elected Art Timko as its President for the 2007-2008 Board term.
Officers elected to the 2007-2008 MAPB Board include:
President- Thom Paulson, Interlochen Public Radio
Vice President- Steve Antoniotti, Detroit Public Television
Treasurer- Evelyn Massaro, Northern Michigan University Public Broadcasting
Secretary- DeAnne Hamilton, Michigan State University Public Broadcasting
At-Large- Michael Walenta, Grand Valley State University Public Broadcasting
At-Large- Edward Grant, Central Michigan University Public Broadcasting.
Officers elected to the 2007-2008 MPRN Board include:
President- Art Timko, Eastern Michigan University
Vice President- Thom Paulson, Interlochen Public Radio
Treasurer- Michael Walenta, Grand Valley State University Public Broadcasting
Secretary- Evelyn Massaro, Northern Michigan University Public Broadcasting
The Michigan Association of Public Broadcasters (MAPB) is the unified voice of Michigan’s public radio and television stations. Together, these stations produce and distribute a remarkable array of television and radio programs and series, which meet the needs, and interest of Michigan citizens.
The Michigan Public Radio Network is a unique broadcast partnership formed more than 20 years ago by Michigan’s noncommercial public radio stations. MPRN provides comprehensive coverage of issues statewide and regional importance to a weekly audience of more than 875,000 Michigan residents who tune in to one of the 30 member public radio stations across the state.