Television: January 2007 Archives

Fox 33, WFQX-TV Channel 33 Cadillac. will offer Detroit’s top rated morning TV news show to Northern Michigan viewers beginning Monday, January 8th. Fox2 News Morning On Fox 33 will be broadcast live each weekday morning from 6 – 8am.

“We’re thrilled with the opportunity to offer our viewers this terrific regional news and entertainment show,” says Fox 33 General Manager Bruce Pfeiffer. “Fox2 News Morning On Fox 33” gives Northern Michigan viewers full access to Detroit’s #1 morning TV news program. It’s a unique, tremendously successful Michigan based show that up-north morning viewers will be anxious to see”.

The show is produced by Detroit FOX affiliate WJBK and is shared with Fox 33 through a cooperative arrangement offering local advertising opportunities to Northern Michigan businesses. As FOX affiliates in Michigan WFQX Fox 33 and WJBK Fox2 News are actively pursuing other ventures that would benefit area viewers.

“This show has a regional appeal that simply isn’t offered by any other Northern Michigan TV station” says Pfeiffer. “Morning viewers in our part of the state now have another choice. We think they’ll be very pleased”.


FSNFox Sports Net Detroit has acquired the rights to produce and distribute all local telecasts of the Detroit Tigers during the 2007 Major League Baseball regular season, totaling 151 games, the most in club history. FSN is slated to carry 134 games, with the remainder delivered on WJBK-TV (FOX 2 in Detroit) and a regional network of over-the-air affiliates to be determined. FSN also is scheduled to televise four Tigers spring training games this March.

The regular season telecast schedule begins with both FSN and FOX 2 carrying the April 2 Opening Day festivities as the Tigers host the Toronto Blue Jays. The game is being simulcast so that all television viewers in metro Detroit can watch as the Tigers make their debut as defending American League champion. Both outlets plan extensive pre- and postgame Opening Day coverage.

FSN Detroit, entering its 10th season of Tigers coverage, will produce all games airing on FSN and FOX 2 with the Emmy-winning announcing team of play-by-play man Mario Impemba (sixth season) and analyst Rod Allen (fifth).

On three April dates when FSN Detroit already has a Red Wings or Pistons game scheduled, the Tigers will be televised on FSN PLUS, a new alternate channel to be made available to customers of most cable and satellite providers in the region... Entire story from, Tigers 2007 Telecast Schedule







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