Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Feb 5, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Michigan's first gentleman, Dan Mulhern, is cutting back his daily talk radio show , to once a week on Saturday mornings. Mulhern has hosted the hour-long show on WJIM-AM in Lansing since March. His mix of career advice, current affairs and politics aired at 6 p.m., between shows by conservatives Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly. The move is "by mutual agreement," said Tim Nester, operations manager for the Michigan Talk Network. The first hour of O'Reilly's program, currently not heard on WJIM, will replace Mulhern. Mulhern, who announced the move in his weekly e-mail newsletter, said the evening show was "taking away precious family time." By moving to 7-9 a.m. Saturday, Mulhern will be able to return to the original concept of his program, focusing on successful workplace strategies, Nester said... Mulhern cuts radio gig to once a week (Tue, 2/5)

 

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