Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Feb 5, 2008

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Detroit News:

A former Detroit Tigers broadcaster is being held in the Macomb County Jail after he was taken into custody over the weekend by the Roseville Police Department. Officers picked up Lary Sorensen after he was found Saturday in a parked car in Roseville, according to Michigan Department of Corrections spokesman Russ Marlan. The former major league pitcher is alleged to have had a blood-alcohol level of 0.48 before he was taken to a hospital for treatment... Ex-Tigers broadcaster jailed (Tue, 2/5)



Crain's Detroit Business:

Detroit Public Television last week named WWJ 950 AM veteran Rich Homberg president and general manager. He spoke with Crain's reporter Sherri Begin about his new role and the role he sees the station playing in the region's revitalization... Q&A: Radio veteran confident about move to public TV (Mon, 2/4)

 

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