Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Jan 13, 2008




Ann Arbor News:

In advance of Michigan's presidential primary on Tuesday, Michigan Radio, the public radio service of the University of Michigan (91.7 FM), is offering "Select A Candidate,'' an online game lets users assess how their political interests, opinions and views match up with those of the 2008 presidential candidates. By answering a series of issue-oriented questions and then ranking them in terms of importance, voters can find the candidate that best reflects their values (never mind that several of the candidates aren't on the Michigan ballot)... U-M radio site helps you narrow choices (Sun, 1/13)

Detroit Free Press:

The indefatigable and irrepressible Sonny Eliot reports he's doing his all to promote WWJ-AM's (950) 5th annual radiothon Feb. 8-9 for the Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW) to keep poor folks warm by helping with winter heating bills. So Eliot convinced his TV weather buddies Chuck Gaidica, Jerry Hodak and Rich Luterman -- a rare feat in today's ultra-competitive TV environment -- plus hockey great Gordie Howe and Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick to do some typically Eliot-ized public service announcements for the event... Eliot's buddies team up to support THAW benefit (Sun, 1/13)







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