Sports WDFN 1130 to offer special programming during Sunday's Lions season finale
With the Detroit Lions apparently headed for 0-16 and setting a new NFL futility record, sports WDFN is helping fans celebrate (or mourn) by throwing out their regular programming during the game on December 28th. Lions fans are invited to watch the team take on Green Bay on television with the sound down and tune in to WDFN to hear Art Regner and former Lion Richard 'Dirt' Jordan take calls, talk to special guests, and react to the despair on the field as the Lions' make a run at history. After the game ends, the show will continue to put the wraps on the worst season in Lions history.
WDFN.com has setup a special 0-16 page for more Lions fun. Whether you're "celebrating" the Lions' season or your relieved at being able to finally let go, WDFN.com features recipes, Lion' poetry written and spoken by the fans, Lions' karaoke, t-shirt ideas, and more. There's also a special venting section for diehard fans to add their two cents as well.
After living with the losing your entire life, finally it looks like there will be a way for it to enter the history books.
Deminski & Doyle set to party for WCSX and the New Year
Even though Jeff Deminski and Bill Doyle won't officially start their new morning show on classic rock WCSX-FM 94.7 until 6am on January 5th, the guys will be hitting the airwaves the very moment they're legally allowed to at a second past midnight on New Year's Eve.
The remote broadcast is part of a New Year's Eve party for D&D listeners old and new at Snookers on Hall Rd. in Utica. Admission is free, there will be music all night with a DJ and Rudy's band Mindcandy will be performing live. The doors open at 7pm and there promises to be crazy games with great prizes all night long. The first 94 people through the door will get a commemorative D&D New Year's Eve t-shirt that reportedly looks pretty sweet."It took a lot to convince management at our new station to let us do something like this on the most competitive bar night of the year so we're trying to get as many people to turn out for it as possible", comments Deminski. "If there's a good turnout management will let us do more things like this. Please come and bring as many with you as possible. If you can't come, please spread the word!