Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Nov 25, 2007

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Saginaw News:

WIOG-FM, 102.5, the radio station that dubs itself the Hit Music Channel, will attempt to deliver another big hit this holiday season. The station is trying to fill a portable storage and moving container with toys to donate to poor children. WIOG will collect toys at Michigan Farm Bureau Insurance, 2463 Tittabawassee, starting at 7 p.m. today. Staff then will wrap the container with a red bow, making what the station is calling the world's largest Christmas present... Radio station collecting toys to give to the poor (Fri, 11/23)


A trio of Ernest Hemingway documentaries air on Channel 19, WDCQ, Tuesday night. ''Delta College Public Broadcasting is supporting the Michigan Humanities Council Great Michigan Read by devoting an entire evening to its chosen author,'' says Scott Seeburger, media and community relations for the PBS affiliate. ''The programs examine his literary career, personal life and remarkable connection to the state of Michigan.'' The Humanities Council developed The Great Michigan Read to advocate the importance of reading and literature... TV station encourages reading (Sat, 11/24)

 

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