Metro Detroit: Newsmakers April 13, 2008

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The Oakland Press:

As comedian Karen Addison stood in front of black curtains, holding a microphone during her audition for Gas Station TV's "Wanna Be a BroadcaSTAR?" competition, she told a joke that was originally geared toward an audience watching her from their homes. Moments before, she had learned that the winner of the GSTV contest would be a broadcaster on screens at gas station pumps across the country, not on a traditional TV station... Gas Station TV holds broadcaster auditions hoping to find new face of franchise (Sun, 4/13)



Detroit Free Press:

A few months ago, Mac Kelly, the producer and host of a campy TV show called "Nightmare Sinema," was celebrating just getting one more local cable-access station to let him air his production. Today, Kelly and his friends, who meet weekly at Stage 3 Productions in Warren to write, act in and tape the show, are celebrating the accomplishment of having been picked up by commercial television less than 10 months after launching. The show last month began airing on WMYD-TV (Channel 20, also known as My TV20) at 1 a.m. Saturdays. On April 26, the show will move to midnight... TV upgrade has Wolfman Mac howling (Sun, 4/13)

 

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