Metro Detroit: Newsmakers April 6, 2007

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MLive.com Tigers Insider

Almost every Tiger game is on television this year, and now that the Extra Innings package is going back on cable, you can watch the Tigers from almost anywhere. Except for some parts of Northwest Ohio... TV problems in Northwest Ohio (Thu, 4/5)



AllAccess.com:

GREATER MEDIA Sports WPEN-A/PHILADELPHIA PD/morning host GREGG HENSON exits the station. HENSON tells readers of his blog that he is returning to DETROIT, where he hosted at WDFN-A, WXYT-A, and WKRK (LIVE 97.1), to run his own business. (Fri, 4/6)



The South End:

Some Wayne State students are upset about Detroit Public Radio 101.9 FM WDET's decision to scale back its music in favor of more news and information programming. WDET has decided to cancel several music shows including "Alternate Take with Liz Copeland," "The Best of the DSO," "Day to Day" and "Front Row and Center." The station kept Ed Love's jazz program. Michael Julien's Global Mix will continue to air at its usual time. The "Arkansas Traveler" and "Folks Like Us" music shows will remain on the program schedule... Student opinions vary on WDET's shift from music to news (Fri, 4/6)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on April 6, 2007 12:39 PM.

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