Mid-Michigan: May 2007 Archives

Saginaw News:

Saginaw's South Middle School on Elm will get national exposure Thursday on Garrison Keillor's NPR radio show "The Writers' Almanac." Keillor will read the poem "Old South School" from Saginaw native Rosie King's poetry book "Sweetwater, Saltwater." It is the third King poem Keillor has read on his show, which airs at 7:35 a.m. on WUCX-FM, 90.1, at Delta College... Saginaw school gets exposure on Keillor's NPR radio show (Wed, 5/2)

WHNN's Palooza 8 is coming up quick, bringing B.J. Thomas, the Original Family Stone and Ceyx on Saturday, June 2, to Frankenmuth's Memorial Park. You can pick up tickets for $4.96 from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at these locations... Palooza 8 tickets go on sale Saturday (Wed, 5/2)


Coyote Exits WFBE
CITADEL Country WFBE (B95)/FLINT, MI PD/air personality COYOTE COLLINS has exited after three years with the station. Prior to WFBE, COYOTE programmed ENTERCOM Country WBEE/ROCHESTER, NY. (Wed, 5/2)


Lansing State Journal:

WKAR-TV will present a special, hour-long edition of Off the Record examining the crisis in Michigan's K-12 education funding. Senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick will anchor the special, airing Monday, May 21, at 7 p.m. on WKAR-TV and many other public television stations (check local listings for other station broadcast times.) Michigan's Education Funding Crisis: An Off the Record Special explores critical issues and the impact that proposed short and long term education budget cuts will have on Michigan's public schools... WKAR program focuses on education funding crisis (Sun, 5/13)


Spartan Podcast features Gary Reid

The Spartan Podcast with Gary Reid From MSU Today on Impact Radio: Gary Reid is a senior specialist in MSU’s Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media. And he’s the professional general manager of MSU’s award-winning student radio station, WDBM-FM - better known as the Impact. Gary talks about the birth of the Impact and the radio station’s mission. He tells us what HD radio is and how it and other new technologies like iPods and podcasts are changing radio as we know it. Reid sees content as king as radio and its competitors move ahead into the digital age. He also gives his advice to students who want to enter radio or audio production careers. Hosted by Russ White. Hear the Show here: spartanpodcast.com/?p=252 (22:22, 12.8 Mb mp3)



WJIM/Lansing Changes On-Air Lineup
Musical chairs at CITADEL Top 40 WJIM/LANSING, as PD JOSH STRICKLAND readies himself for a move from afternoons to morning drive. Current morning host DAVE BEAGLE segues to afternoons, while co-host LORI RIGATO slides into the midday chair. MADISON RALLY leaves nights to join JOSH for wakeups, and weekender SEAN KELLY moves to nights. (Thu, 5/24)

Big Ten Network's Mark Silverman featured on Spartan Podcast

The Big Ten Network is a new national cable/satellite programming service dedicated to covering both the athletic and academic content of the Big Ten Conference. Mark Silverman is its president. Mark and tells MSU Today on Impact Radio what the network is and what kind of programming it will offer. He says the network will also stream programming on the Internet and broadcast in high definition. And he talks about the origins of the idea for the network. Hosted by Russ White. Hear the show at spartanpodcast.com (7:08 - 4.1 Mb mp3).







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