Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers June 11, 2008

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Lansing State Journal:

Two radio stations are back on the air after three days of weather-forced silence. WKAR-AM (730-AM), a daytime-only station, was back at 6 a.m. today. WDMB (88.9-FM) resumed Tuesday night. They share a transmitter in Okemos, said WKAR spokeswoman Jeannie Croope. When the power went off in that area late Saturday, some of the equipment was damaged; however, WKAR-FM (90.5) continued on the air... 2 radio stations back on air after storm damage silence (Wed, 6/11)

 


 

The State News:

Another business that is still feeling the effects of power outages, is MSU's student radio station, WDBM (88.9-FM), the Impact. The sound of static is all listeners have been hearing since last Saturday, when the power to the radio's transmitter was cut by the severe weather, said Jeremy Whiting, the station manager. "We have been receiving a lot of phone calls about the issue, but until it is fixed there is nothing we can do," he said. Streaming radio is still available on the station's Web site, www.impact89fm.org, and all regularly scheduled programs can be heard on their Web site as well. .. Severe weather causes waste dump, silences radio station (Wed, 6/11)

 

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