Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sep 19, 2007

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WCSX Stone Souper Charger giveaway set for Thursday

Classic Rock WCSX-FM 94.7 is set to give away a restored Dodge Super Charger tomorrow evening, September 20th, at its studios in Oak Park. Raffle tickets for the chance to win this year's Stone Soup Project car will be for sale from 6:00pm until 7:45pm in the Greater Media Detroit parking lot (visit www.wcsx.com for directions, gates open at 5:30pm) prior to the drawing at 8:00pm with 'CSX morning hosts JJ & Lynne along with William Jones, board chair of Focus: HOPE & COO of Chrysler Financial. The drawing will be broadcast live during Steve Kostan's evening program.

The 1968 "Stone Souper Charger" is a one-of-a-kind muscle car that was completely restored from the ground up by an army of generous WCSX listeners in an effort to raise money for Focus:HOPE. All the money raised by the sale of raffle tickets will go directly to the Focus:HOPE Scholarship Fund to continue their efforts to build a metropolitan community where all people may live in freedom, harmony, trust and affection.

In addition to the car giveaway, the station will have tents set up with hot dogs, beverages, Hooters girls and wings.



Detroit News:

Ken Daniels has a black Portuguese water dog with a perfect name. We talked about a slew of things the other day, including how the only game he's missed in his Detroit Red Wings broadcasting career was the first one. The play-by-play voice of hockey on FSN Detroit also offered a succinct definition of the difference between television and radio, and provided proof that he's becoming increasingly American. First, though, he had to spend a moment wrangling the dog whose name is Puck. Daniels, raised in Toronto and now living in Farmington Hills, is one of four on-air personalities who've been around since the launch of FSN Detroit, which turned 10 on Monday... Wings' voice Ken Daniels practices a new accent (Wed, 9/19)


The six-part reality TV competition involving 12 Metro Detroit finalists comes to an end Thursday with only one walking away as the 2007 Ultimate Sales Challenge Champion. Titled "Are You Up?," the series is presented by Envision U, a Livonia-based international training company that evaluates, trains, recognizes and rewards regional sales and leadership professionals in a series of challenges. The final episode will air at 8 p.m. Thursday on WXYZ-TV (Channel 7)... WXYZ will air finale of local reality show (Wed, 9/19)



Detroit Free Press:

Summertime and the living is not only easy, but uneventful. That appeared to be the case with Arbitron's radio ratings for June, July and August released Tuesday. As usual, oldies station WOMC had a summer surge and several stations had their usual soft summer numbers. Oldies music is a proven summertime radio fave... Hot fun calls for WOMC-FM (Wed, 9/19)



Stationratings.com:

Detroit summer 12+ phase II ratings

 

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