Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Mar 18, 2008

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Lansing State Journal:

Brant Johnson - a key part of local WQHH (96.5-FM) for most of its existence - is off the station and out of work. "I don't have any ill feelings. ... It was more of a personality thing," said Johnson, who was dropped earlier this month. He started as a WQHH intern in November of 1991, during the station's first year. He soon became a disc jockey and - for the past 13 years - program director. "I've given my blood, sweat and tears for that station," Johnson said. A station officials didn't return a call to say why Johnson was dropped or who will eventually take his spots as DJ (2-6 p.m. weekdays) and as program director. The arrival of WQHH, Lansing's first black-owned local FM station, was a key step... Brant Johnson is off the air at WQHH

 

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