Metro Detroit: Newsmakers April 29, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

When Vildana Puric was 8 years old, she was running from war. By the time she was 23, she was running a radio show on Detroit's WJLB-FM (97.9) as SunShyne, one of the youngest hosts ever in metro Detroit. At 24, she regularly draws an impressive 20% or more of the 18- to 34-year-old audience in her 10 p.m. weekday time slot with WJLB's the Quiet Storm, featuring slower, more soulful tunes... SunShyne brightens Detroit (Tue, 4/29)

Kwame Kilpatrick is adding "talk show host" to his mayoral duties. The Detroit mayor on Monday taped the first installment of his new cable public access television show. WWJ-AM and WXYZ-TV report Kilpatrick's first two guests were city Police Chief Ella Bully-Cummings and City Council President Pro Tem Monica Conyers. Kilpatrick says he liked doing the show... Mayor Kilpatrick tapes own TV show (Tue, 4/29)

 

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