Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Nov 21, 2008

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Oakland Business Review:

Wally Jadan didn't consider the purchase of MBN TV & Radio in Southfield as your typical business investment. Instead Jadan saw it not only as an idea that had unlimited potential, but one that would allow him to publicize and talk about positive news stories emanating from Middle Eastern and Arab populations in the United States and around the world. "We look at ourselves as the national channel of the Middle Eastern community in the United States," Jadan said. "We want to build bridges not only within our own (cultural) community but to other cultural community." MBN TV & Radio's daily programming is aired to 550,000 Middle Eastern America citizens on Comcast Digital Cable Channel 667 in Detroit, 250,000 viewers in Washington, D.C., and North on Cox Cable Channel and via satellite to over 4.5 million viewers in the United States, Canada and Mexico... MBN TV & Radio in Southfield serves as cultural link to Middle Eastern world (Fri, 11/21)

 


 

WDIV-TV:

Radio One Detroit partners with Project Healthy Living to present their first Health Care Fair this Sunday from noon until 5 p.m. at the Greater Grace Temple. Attendees can receive free and low-cost health screenings including height and weight measurements, blood pressure checks and vision screenings. Tests such as iron tests, cancer screenings, cardiovascular disease screening, ulcer detection and take-home colorectal cancer kits can be purchased for between $5 and $40... Radio One Detroit Hosts Health Care Fair (Fri, 11/21)

 

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