Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 10, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama chatted up the folks at WKQI-FM's (95.5) Mojo in the Morning on Tuesday, mixing business -- like the need to get people registered to vote before Oct. 6 -- with some good-natured chat about how his wife, Michelle, still makes him make up the bed... Political Speaking: Obama chats up WKQI (Wed, 9/10)

 


 

The State News:

A new radio program is broadcasting sustainability issues across the airwaves. "Greening of the Great Lakes" is a collaboration between MSU and WJR (760-AM) in Detroit and focuses on sustainability issues, said Russ White, communications manager for University Relations. "It's everything from land use and water issues to alternative energy and biotechnology and everything in between," White said. "We want to broadly define 'green.'" The program will air every Friday from 7-8 p.m. and can be heard on News/Talk 760 WJR in Detroit and East Lansing, said Jeff Marcero, the director of regional sales for WJR... Sustainability-themed radio show debuts (Tue, 9/9)

 

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