Metro Detroit: July 2007 Archives

Crain's Detroit Business:

Detroit’s WGPR 107.5 FM has signed a five-year deal with New York City-based Arbitron Inc., the radio-audience-measurement company, to deploy its new Portable People Meters. Details on the agreement were unavailable. The PPMs are pager-sized devices that more accurately measure radio-listening habits without interaction from the user. The system replaces Arbitron’s traditional diary method in which listeners write down what they listened to during a week... WGPR signs deal for portable meters (Mon, 7/2)

Michigan Radio wins 13 awards for excellence in journalism

Michigan Radio, the public radio service of the University of Michigan, has received 13 awards for excellence in journalism from the Society of Professional Journalists, Detroit Metropolitan Chapter for news coverage in 2006. SPJ Awards for each chapter are judged by an impartial
outside chapter to ensure that each entry is given an unbiased review. These entries were judged by the Indiana SPJ Chapter.

At Michigan Radio, we do our best to produce excellent coverage of issues important to our audience everyday,” said News Director Vincent Duffy. “It’s great when our peers in the news industry recognize those efforts.”

Michigan Radio received SPJ Awards for 2006 in the following categories: Breaking/Spot News, General News, Features, Sports News, and Newscasts. All entries aired between January 1 and December 31, 2006.



1st Annual Edwards and Lee Dog Walk to support the Michigan Humane Society scheduled for July 21

WYCD and Nu-Way Kitchen & Bath are teaming up to support the Michigan Humane Society with the 1st Annual Edwards and Lee Dog Walk. WYCD afternoon drive hosts Chuck Edwards and Linda Lee, both dog lovers, will be on hand Saturday, July 21st at 950 S. Old Woodward in Birmingham for a variety of contests and a dog walk through downtown Birmingham. Registration begins at 8:15 am with the contests starting at 9:00. The dog walk will follow at the conclusion of the various contests.

Nu-Way will be donating a percentage of the days sales to the Michigan Humane Society along with collecting cash donations. The Michigan Humane Society will be on site at the event wich is expected to draw hundreds of dogs and their owners.

Call (248) 283-8400 for more information.

 

Detroit News:

Detroit News sports columnist Bob Wojnowski (Wojo) and his co-host Mike Stone (Stoney) will go national next week, as Stoney&Wojo have been invited to guest host the syndicated Jim Rome show on Friday, July 13 from 12 noon to 3 p.m. on WDFN-AM (1130). The duo's regular slot on WDFN is from 3 to 6 p.m. weekdays. It's good timing; Stoney and Wojo might get some national money rolling into the coffers during their July 19-20 radiothon benefiting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at World Sports Grille, inside Gameworks at Great Lakes Crossing in Auburn Hills... Stoney & Wojo: They're nationwide (Tue, 7/3)



AllAccess.com:

Communicom Closes On Davidson's WDRJ-A
RICH KYLEBURG's COMMUNICOM has closed on its $3.8 million purchase of Gospel WDRJ-A/DETROIT from DAVIDSON MEDIA GROUP. With this closing DAVIDSON exits and COMMUNICOM enters the market. JOHN PIERCE was exclusive broker. (Tue, 7/3)

 

Detroit Free Press:

Local 4 moves news director to digital position: Neil Goldstein, WDIV-TV (Local 4) news veep, is moving to a new job at the Post-Newsweek-owned NBC affiliate. Station boss Steve Wasserman announced Tuesday that Goldstein is the station's new vice president/marketing and digital development, effective immediately... Names and Faces (Wed, 7/4)

 

Detroit News:

National Public Radio's Terry Gross, host and producer of the program "Fresh Air," will appear Sept. 28 at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor to tell stories, play audio highlights from her career and interact with the audience. Gross has been a part of "Fresh Air" since 1975, when it was a daily, local public radio show in Philadelphia. "Fresh Air" is now carried by 160 stations, and can be heard daily in the Detroit-Ann Arbor area at noon on WEMU-FM (89.1) and WUOM-FM (91.7), and 3 p.m. on WDET-FM (101.9)... 'Fresh Air's' Terry Gross to appear in Ann Arbor (Thu, 7/5)

 

Michigan Radio to host live broadcast of Talk of the Nation

Michigan Radio, the public radio service of the University of Michigan heard on WUOM-FM 91.7 Ann Arbor, WFUM-FM 91.1 Flint and WVGR-FM 104.1 Grand Rapids, will host a live broadcast the popular NPR news program “Talk of the Nation” on Thursday, July 26, from 2-4 pm at the Charles Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.

This live broadcast will focus on the 40th anniversary of the Detroit Riots of 1967. Panelists will discuss the social and economic factors that led up to the riots, and what, if any, changes have come about because of them.

Additionally, the program will examine the current state of Detroit’s once-booming automotive industry, as it embarks on one of the most important labor negotiations in its history.

“Talk of the Nation” is a lively mid-day call-in program hosted by award-winning NPR journalist Neal Conan. The program features an exchange of ideas and opinions on the issues that dominate the news landscape. From politics and public service to education, religion, music, and healthcare, “Talk of the Nation” offers listeners the opportunity to join enlightening discussions with decision-makers, scholars, authors, and artists from around the world.

Michigan Radio was one of the flagship stations for “Talk of the Nation,” carrying the program since its inception in 1996. “Talk of the Nation” is heard weekdays on Michigan Radio from 2-4 pm and has a loyal following of over 160,000 listeners per week. Nationally, the program is broadcast on over 200 NPR stations, to more 3 million listeners each week.

Neal Conan has had a long involvement with NPR as reporter and editor for NPR News, anchor for NPR live events coverage, and host of NPR's Weekly Edition: The Best of NPR News. Conan played a major role in anchoring continuous live coverage of developments during the terrorist attacks and aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, and the war in Iraq.

This event is open to the public. For more information on Michigan Radio’s live broadcast of “Talk of the Nation,” visit michiganradio.org.

 

Greater Media Detroit's Bender to be inducted into the MAB Hall of Fame

Greater Media Detroit Senior Vice President & Regional General Manager Tom Bender will be officially inducted into the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) Hall of Fame. The presentation will take place during the MAB's annual conference on Tuesday, July 10th, at the Amway Grand Hotel in Grand Rapids.

Bender, who is responsible for overseeing Greater Media's Detroit-based radio properties, including WRIF-FM, WCSX-FM and WMGC-FM, has been with the company since 1986.

"We are very proud of Tom and all he has done for both Greater Media and the radio industry," said Greater Media President and CEO Peter Smyth. "It is an honor to have him on our team."

 

Detroit News:

For one afternoon, specifically from noon-3 p.m. Friday, I will tune in to "The Jim Rome Show" on WDFN for longer than five minutes. Normally, Rome's cultish and popular show is a collection of jokes beaten into the ground through repetition and callers ego-stroking the host. But things will change Friday: WDFN's own Stoney and Wojo will guest host for the first time in lieu of the vacationing Rome. That's huge exposure -- Rome is the No. 1 nationally syndicated sports show, reaching more than 185 stations and two million listeners... Stoney and Wojo ready for Rome's show (Thu, 7/12)

 

Detroit News:

Take a weather quiz and win prizes or vote for the best local rock band all at my fox detroit.com , WJBK-TV's (Channel 2) user-friendly Web site. Click on the weather tab for Ben Bailey's weather quiz, which asks all sorts of tough questions about ultraviolet rays ... High-def TV owners have a special place in the heart of local PBS affiliate WTVS-TV (Channel 56 or Channel 56.1 for HD folks). To find out how special they are, all these technologically advanced couch potatoes have to do is visit wtvs.org and click on "TV schedules" to open up a whole new world of exclusive programming and features that traditional TV watchers can't get... Take WJBK-TV's weatherwise quiz (Fri, 7/13)

 

WDFN to hold 10th annual Stoney & Wojo Radiothon for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society July 19th and 20th

Sports Radio 1130 WDFN's Stoney & Wojo Radiothon for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is taking place from 3pm Thursday, July 19th to 7pm Friday, July 20th at the new World Sports Grille at Gameworks inside Great Lakes Crossing Mall. Afternoon drive hosts Stoney & Wojo will be broadcasting live for 28 hours straight to raise money for Leukemia & Lymphoma research.

Listeners can bid on hourly and run-of-show auction items including signed memorabilia, two trips to Chicago to see the Detroit Tigers, various electronic equipment including mp3 players and portable navigational devices, golf with former Lion great Herman Moore, sporting event suites, and more. People who come out can enjoy various activities including a free-throw shooting contest for great prizes and a wide array of exceptional games inside GameWorks.

During the 28 hour event, Stoney and Wojo will be joined by some of the biggest names in local and national sports and a select few guests may even make a surprise appearance on-site. Stoney and Wojo, heard weekdays between 3 and 6pm, raised over $155,000 during last year’s Radiothon and exceeded the $1.15 Million mark in the event’s 9-year history.

The 10-Year Anniversary of this great event promises to be the biggest and best ever. “This event is very special to the entire radio station,” Program Director Rona Danziger said. “The advances to fight this terrible disease have been amazing but there’s still so far to go. We just can’t thank our listeners enough for helping us raise money every year for this wonderful cause.”



Michigan Radio Remembers the Detroit Riots of 1967

Michigan Radio, the public radio service from the University of Michigan, has produced a special audio documentary exploring the Detroit Riots of 1967. The one-hour documentary, titled “Ashes to Hope: Overcoming the Detroit Riots,” airs Tuesday, July 17 at 9 pm, with an encore presentation on Monday, July 23 at 3 pm.

In the summer of 1967, chaos broke out in the streets of Detroit. “Ashes to Hope: Overcoming the Detroit Riots” includes reports from the award-winning Michigan Radio news team examining what happened, why it happened, and how the ‘67 riots changed our state. The documentary will also look at how the riots changed relations between police and neighborhoods, inspired music, and changed the lives of the individuals whose first-person stories will be heard during the hour.

In addition to the hour long documentary, Michigan Radio will air a series of reports about the Detroit riots during Morning Edition and All Things Considered from July 16 – 27. The station will also host a special live broadcast of the NPR program “Talk of the Nation” in Detroit on Thursday, July 26, that will, in part, examine the Detroit riots from a national perspective.

“Michigan Radio strives to bring our listeners stories about our local communities,” said News Director Vincent Duffy. “We are committed to discussing this important part of Michigan’s history with our listeners throughout the state.”

 

Pat Batcheller joins WDET as local host for "All Things Considered"

Pat Batcheller has joined the WDET news team as the new local host for NPR's afternoon news magazine "All Things Considered" (airing weekdays from 4pm to 7pm). A native of the area, Batcheller grew up in Trenton and is a graduate of University of Michigan and Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts. His professional experience has always been focused on news with his first job in radio at WKZC in Scottville, Michigan as News Director. From there he worked in news radio at stations in St. Joseph/Benton Harbor, Kalamazoo and Howell before landing back in Detroit at WWJ where he was a producer and editor for nine years. During his career, Pat has been honored with many awards from the Associated Press and Michigan Association of Broadcasters for breaking news, feature reporting and newscasts.

"Being the youngest in my family, I was always the last to know what was going on - I think that is why I got into news," said Batcheller. "I hope after hearing a newscast, listeners feel that they learned some things and got to know their community a little better."



WDET Hosts Live Detroit Broadcast of 'Talk Of The Nation' on July 26

Detroit Public Radio and Michigan Radio are pleased to be hosting a live nationwide broadcast of the popular NPR news program “Talk of the Nation” with Neal Conan, on Thursday, July 26, from 2-4 pm at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.

This live broadcast will focus on the 40th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit riots. Panelists will discuss the social and economic factors that led up to the riots, and what, if any, changes have come about because of them.

Additionally, the program will examine the current state of Detroit’s once-booming automotive industry, as it embarks on one of the most important labor negotiations in its history.

Listeners are invited to be part of the audience for this live broadcast. Admission is free, but space is limited and advance reservations are required. If listeners would like to attend, they can sign up for tickets at wdet.org. There is a limit of 2 tickets per person.

 

WTVS Ch. 56 to be off-air for maintenance at times this weekend

The Channel 56 analog transmitter antenna will be shut down for tower work early Saturday morning from 3:30-5:30 a.m. ET. A second shutdown will occur on Sunday, 7/22 from 7-10 a.m. The antenna work will affect only viewers who receive the station's analog broadcast over the air or on satellite; cable subscribers will still receive Channel 56 during the shutdown times. WTVS' digital broadcasts (56.1, 2, and 3) will not be affected by this work.



Detroit News:

The radio world has been buzzing since New York's CBS Radio -owned WCBS-FM dumped the Jack FM format on Friday and reverted to oldies. It was two years ago, that the successful oldies station enraged many listeners (including New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg ) by dumping its predominantly '60s music mix and disc jockeys, for "Jack." The Jack format -- known as "Doug-FM" here in Detroit -- mashes together a disparate mix of songs, mostly from the '80s, but dipping into the '70s, as well. The intent is to ape the jukebox qualities of an iPod to draw a younger audience. Proving the fallacy of programming local stations from the home office, some markets have embraced Jack while in others, it's tanked (in Detroit, Doug, aka WDRQ at 93.1-FM , isn't a smash hit, but does reasonably well)... 'Oldies' have a hard time finding space on FM dials (Thu, 7/19)



WDET plans week-long coverage of the 40th anniversary of Detroit riot

Detroit Public Radio will be airing special reports beginning Friday, July 20th through Friday, July 27 relating to the riot that happened in Detroit in July 1967. These special features will be
aired during "Morning Edition" (weekdays from 5am to 10am), "Detroit Today" (weekdays from 10am to noon) and "All Things Considered" (weekdays from 4pm to 7pm).

Highlights from the many stories the WDET news team is working on
include:

Friday, July 20: Noah Ovshinsky takes a look at the summer of love -- looking at the counterculture (hippies) in Detroit that summer before the riot began

Monday, July 23: Pat Batcheller visits 12th and Clairmount; View of the riots from reporters (archive piece)

Tuesday, July 24: Owners of burned out businesses reflect on the riot; Two ministers do what they can to recapture the peace

Wednesday, July 25: A look at how Detroit's music was affected by the riots

Thursday, July 26: Quinn Klinefelter looks at the view that the disturbance was a rebellion...not a riot; A look at the creation of Focus Hope and New Detroit

Friday, July 27: A broadcast of part of a panel discussion at Wayne State University on what Detroit is doing to move forward

 

Detroit Free Press:

Listening to something different on the radio this weekend? Maybe -- and you might not even be changing stations. With the second quarter Arbitron ratings due next week, it's a good time to see how weekend radio differs from the regular weekday offerings. Stations divide along strategic lines when it comes to grabbing your ear on Saturday and Sundays. Some stay with the same approach that brings in listeners all week long. Some change to reflect that people's habits aren't the same on the weekends. As classic rock WCSX-FM programmer Bill Stedman put it: "Do you do on the weekends what you do Monday through Friday?"... Station break: Radio broadcasters change their tune on weekends (Sat, 7/21)

 

Ann Arbor News:

Former Ann Arbor sports radio host Dave Shand has sued University of Michigan athletic director Bill Martin, claiming that Martin "essentially used economic blackmail" to force his firing. A lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in downtown Ann Arbor, alleged that Martin told Shand's bosses at WTKA-AM (1050) that station would lose its rights to broadcast Michigan football unless it dismissed Shand. "Either way you slice it, it's illegal for Bill Martin to interfere in Dave's private employment contract," said Nicholas Roumel, Shand's attorney. When Shand was fired in April, the station's general manager, Bob Bolak, declined to discuss the reasons behind the move. Bolak could not be reached for immediate comment Tuesday afternoon... Fired radio host sues Michigan athletic director (Tue, 7/24)



Detroit Free Press:

Brian Williams is scheduled to be in Detroit today to do the "NBC Nightly News" from downtown.

The network anchor, who displays a sharp wit when he makes the talk show rounds, sounded extra sincere when asked about his reasons for coming here. "The Detroit viewing audience ... is enormous and very loyal," he said of his sweeps month visit. Speaking from his New York office on Monday, Williams described his plans for the trip and his ties to the Motor City... Live from Detroit, NBC news (Tue, 7/24)


Bill Flemming was known for his trips around the world. Name an exotic locale, and he probably had been there for his job with ABC's "Wide World of Sports." But Flemming, the well-known TV sportscaster who made his name on "Wide World" and worked in the business for nearly 60 years, was a Michigan man all the way. He grew up in Ann Arbor, graduated from the University of Michigan, raised his family in Bloomfield Hills and spent the last decade summering at his cottage in Good Hart, Mich., until he died Friday from prostate cancer at Northern Michigan Hospital in Petoskey at age 80... Michigander made mark all around 'Wide World' (Tue, 7/24)



Detroit News:

"NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams" returned to Detroit on Tuesday, and the city acted as a backdrop for a report on -- what else? -- the decline of the auto industry. The story, "Slow Lane?," was pegged to "Detroit's hurry-up effort to go green," and featured General Motors' and Ford Motor Co.'s efforts to offer customers more environmentally friendly vehicles. Reporter Kevin Tibbles interviewed representatives from Ford and talked to GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz at GM's headquarters in the Renaissance Center. The verdict? It may not be easy going green, "but for Detroit, it's essential," said Tibbles' report. The show also featured a taped interview with Detroit City Council member Martha Reeves, conducted by Williams outside of Hart Plaza... Williams spotlights autos, Reeves in Detroit broadcast (Tue, 7/24)

 

Detroit News:

WRIF's merry pranksters Drew & Mike shot ahead of their morning competition, WYCD morning man Doctor Don is starting to make a dent in the a.m., and WJR sits atop the overall ratings pile yet again, as the spring 2007 Arbitron ratings were released Wednesday. Rock station WRIF-FM (101.1) had a very good spring, going up to No. 4 in overall radio listenership during the months of April, May and June. WRIF's No. 1 morning team Drew & Mike consolidated their lead over the rest of the pack, with a 9.9 share, up a whole point from their No. 1, 8.8 share in the winter ratings. The duo are two points ahead of No. 2 ranked WWJ... WRIF duo widens a.m. ratings lead (Thu, 7/26)



Detroit Free Press:

Wednesday's release of Detroit Arbitron radio ratings for the second quarter of 2007 showed the following:

• News-talk WJR-AM maintained the overall lead among all listeners ages 12 and older. The No. 1 station in the age 25-54 demographic many advertisers prefer was rocker WRIF-FM with a 7.6 rating.

• Mornings were dominated by WRIF's Drew Lane & Mike Clark. In the age 25-54 race, they scored an impressive 14.6, 1.7 better than their first-quarter tally. Steve Harvey on WMXD was second, far back with an 8.1. Among all listeners, Drew and Mike had a 9.9, followed by WWJ's Joe Donovan and Roberta Jasina with a 7.1... WJR-AM remains at No. 1 with metro Detroit listeners (Thu, 7/26)



Stationratings.com:

Detroit Spring 2007 age 12+ radio ratings (Wed, 7/25)

 

Detroit Free Press:

A former metro Detroiter was among four people killed Friday afternoon in Phoenix when helicopters from two TV news stations -- covering a police chase live -- collided and crashed to the ground. Craig Smith, a former pilot for WXYZ's Chopper 7 in Detroit, was piloting the KNXV/ABC Channel 15 helicopter when it collided in the air with a helicopter from KTVK Channel 3, an independent station owned by the Belo Corp. media corporation. Both helicopters fell down into a park in central Phoenix and caught fire. Smith was killed along with his photographer, Rick Krolak, and pilot Scott Bowerbank and photographer Jim Cox, both working in the KTVK helicopter. No one on the ground was hurt... Former metro Detroiter, pilot killed in news copter crash (Fri, 7/27)


Last Saturday's LIFE section asked about your weekend radio listening habits. Some replies follow... Sinatra finishes his weekend (Sat, 7/28)


Coming to town: Syndicated morning star Russ Parr, heard on WHTD-FM (102.7), Aug. 3 with performances by Mims, B5, the Alliance, Al Fatz, Eric Danell, Cupid, Dream and Kin Folks, live from 6-10 a.m. at the Millennium Center, located at 15600 J.L. Hudson Drive, in Southfield ... Retiring: Longtime evening jazz host Michael G. Nastos, from WEMU-FM (89.1) effective Monday. A mainstay of the WEMU music staff, Nastos has hosted the evening program for more than 27 years... Names and Faces (Sat, 7/28)



Steve Courtney to host 2007-08 MSU Football

With the 2007-08 football season only weeks away, the flagship station of MSU football, News/Talk 760 WJR, has announced that Steve Courtney will host this season's WJR Tailgate Show. Heard three hours prior to home game kick off, the two hour WJR Tailgate Show is filled with exciting interviews and pre-game discussion. Tune in to the first tailgate broadcast of the season, 9:00am on Saturday, September 1, 2007. The MSU Spartans will take on the University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers starting at noon.



AllAccess.com:

WYCD MD Ron Chatman To Exit
CBS RADIO Country WYCD/DETROIT MD/Digital Director RON CHATMAN is exiting to pursue other opportunities. (Fri, 7/27)



Crain's Detroit Business:

Talk radio station WJR 760 AM remained atop the Detroit market in the latest listener rankings, fueled primarily by the popularity of Rush Limbaugh’s afternoon show.

The station had a 5.6 share for the April 5-June 27 measurement period, up from a 5.5 over the previous period, according to numbers released this week by Columbia, Md.-based Arbitron Inc., which tracks radio listening. WJR was ranked first overall in the preceding ratings period, as well... WJR first in ratings period (Wed, 7/25)



Ann Arbor News:

Michael G. Nastos, longtime evening jazz host at WEMU (89.1 FM), has signed off the air. He was expected to announced his retirement on his show Friday, according to the station. He has hosted the evening program for more than 27 years, first as a part-time employee, then for the past 12 years as a full-timer, serving as the station's chief music librarian and "Jazz Datebook'' editor when not on the air. WEMU will conduct a national search for a successor, hoping to have someone in place by the end of September. In the meantime, other WEMU on-air hosts will cover Nastos' shift... Nastos leaving WEMU (Sat, 7/28)

 

AllAccess.com:

Al Payne Named OM For Radio One Detroit Cluster
RADIO ONE SVP Programming JAY STEVENS confirmed the appointment of AL PAYNE to the position of OM/PD of their DETROIT radio cluster. PAYNE will oversee Urban AC WDMK, Urban WHTD and Black Gospel WCHB. He will work with WHTD PD SPUDD to guide the programming strategies of that station. SPUDD will remain in place. “AL has brought vision and a passion for excellence over the past three years to our RICHMOND market, and I am pleased to afford him this opportunity for growth in a larger market,” commented STEVENS. CAROL LAWRENCE, Market Manager for the MOTOR CITY cluster, added: “We are thrilled to have AL PAYNE join RADIO ONE/DETROIT as Operations Manager/Program Director. AL’s track record of ratings success in DALLAS and RICHMOND speaks for itself. His dedication to precision and unmitigated passion for what he does makes him a welcome addition to our DETROIT operation. I look forward to partnering with Al and seeing great things happening for the DETROIT market.” PAYNE will officially begin his new duties MONDAY, AUGUST 13. (Mon, 7/30)



WDFN to celebrate the 5th annual MEATA

Sports WDFN is hosting the 5th annual MEATA, Men Eating All The Animals; a celebration of men eating meat. Midday host Sean Baligian will be broadcasting live from The Compuware Sports Arena in Plymouth on Friday, August 3rd from 9am to noon and hanging out afterward to celebrate eating meat.

Listeners are invited to bring meat and wild game of any kind as the grills are lit up bright and early. Every piece of meat available, from the common hamburger to venison and other exotic meats, will be hitting the grills during the event. The station is asking participants to bring a canned good for the Oakland County Food Bank to help feed those that are less fortunate. Participants will also have an opportunity to submerge Sean Baligian in a dunk tank for the chance to win baseball tickets and other great prizes.

As a big proponent of red-blooded foods, self-proclaimed carnivore Sean Baligian started up the concept of MEATA in response to the world-wide animal rights organization PETA-People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the feedback has being overwhelming. Listeners can stop by the Compuware Sports Arena in Plymouth on their lunch break for some free grub or take the day off entirely and spend it with Sean and the whole crew of meatlovers from WDFN.



WJR's Smith to sub for Limbaugh Aug 2

News/Talk WJR's Paul W. Smith (Weekdays 5:30am-9am) will guest host the nationally syndicated The Rush Limbaugh Show on Thursday, August 2, 2007. The Rush Limbaugh Show can be heard on WJR and other stations across Michigan weekdays from Noon-3:00pm.

 

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