WCSX-FM 94.7 is working with Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County to complete the "WCSX House That Classic Rock Built". The House is located at 191 Mechanic Street in Pontiac. It is two blocks South of Huron Street (M-59) and three blocks East of Woodward.
Help us build the "WCSX House That Classic Rock Built" go to www.wcsx.com to:
* Volunteer your time
* Make a secure on-line donation
* Be a guest DJ and host your own hour of music
94.7 WCSX will be broadcasting live from the building site:
* Today, May 9th, from 9am-2pm with Karen Savelly sponsored by Metro PCS
* Friday May 11th from 2-6pm with Ken Calvert sponsored by Jet's Pizza
* Friday May 18th from 6-9am with the whole 'CSX Gang for the dedication of the "WCSX House That Classic Rock Built"
News-talk WJR-AM (760) and morning host Paul W. Smith continue what's become an annual tradition with remote broadcasts across Michigan to showcase some of the state's great cities and tourist locations. The first broadcast was this morning from the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. Tomorrow from 5:30 - 9 AM, Smith will be at the Sugar Beach Resort in Traverse City and on Friday the show will originate from the Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth.
In addition to highlighting these popular travel destinations, Smith will also talk to local business and government leaders in each city.
The past four months have been a process of trial and error for Juliet Huddy and Mike Jerrick. If their names don't ring a bell, chances are they could in a month or two. That's because the hosts of Fox's "The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet," which airs locally 9 a.m. weekdays on WJBK-TV (Channel 2), are starting to get noticed. In Metro Detroit, for instance, viewership among women 25-54 has increased from a 1.6 rating in January to 2.0 rating in March... Fox's 'Morning Show' rating is up (Wed, 5/9)