106.7 The Fox to give away Hannah Montana tickets tomorrow
It's the hottest ticket of the year - the Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana show scheduled for the Palace of Auburn Hills tomorrow evening. Country WDTW-FM, 106.7 The Fox, is set to give away tickets during The Chad Show tomorrow morning with a contest that will only be revealed as it's taking place.
Chad & CJ will give mothers and daughters the chance to see Hannah Montana live beginning at 7am at the Clear Channel studios in Farmington Hills (27675 Halsted Rd). Contestants must come prepared to do or try anything to win.
More info at www.foxspacelive.com.
Riff2 announces 1st Annual Riff 2 Awards
The HD counterpart of rocker WRIF-FM 101.1 is soliciting listener votes for the first-ever contest that is based on the Detroit local music scene. A list of nominees has been posted on the station's web site at www.riff2.com in categories that range from Best Hair to Best One Man Band.
WDET will air special on finding new Wayne State president on Friday
Detroit Public Radio will be hosting a special broadcast with a live in-studio audience during "Detroit Today" (weekdays 10am - noon) on Friday, December 7. The special program will focus on the next president of Wayne State University and what qualifications the ideal candidates should have. WSU's current president, Irvin Reid, will be retiring in Spring 2008, and a search committee has been assembled to select the next president.
On the program's panel will be Eugene Driker, Chair of the WSU Board of Governors and the Chair of the Presidential Search Committee, as well as Cindy Goodacre, Executive Editor of Crain's Detroit Business and Cindy Chidi, WSU Student Council President. Other community leaders will be part of the studio audience and contribute to the discussion.
"Detroit Today" host Craig Fahle will facilitate the panel and audience discussion and listeners are invited to participate via phone at 313-577-0808 or on the program's blog at www.detroittoday.org.
"Detroit Today" with Craig Fahle airs weekdays from 10am to noon.