Metro Detroit: September 2008 Archives

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 1, 2008

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MLB.com:

Former Tigers third baseman George Kell is already in the Hall of Fame as a player. Starting Sept. 1, Tigers fans will have another chance to try to help him garner some recognition as a broadcaster. Fan balloting has begun for this year's Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting excellence, and several current and former Tigers voices are among the names on this year's ballot. One of the longest-serving among them is Kell, whose 15-year playing career -- including seven seasons in Detroit -- set up his 37 years as a Tigers broadcaster, a tenure that lasted into the mid-'90s. Kell's broadcasting career actually began while he was still a player, as he took part in Orioles broadcasts while he was injured in 1957. A full-time career behind the microphone brought him back to Detroit in 1959, seven years after his final season in a Tigers uniform. From there, he called all but one season through 1996 as a play-by-play man, teaming up with analysts such as fellow Hall of Famer Al Kaline. Kell's broadcast career, combined with his Hall of Fame playing career, has made him a Detroit institution... Kell, others in running for Frick Award (Mon, 9/1)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 2, 2008

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MSU, WJR launch environmentally focused radio program

Michigan State University and News/Talk 760 WJR are partnering on a weekly radio program called "Greening of the Great Lakes." The radio program, heard from 7 to 8 p.m. Fridays, explores issues of sustainability in the areas of economics, environment and community. Topics range from the construction of "green" buildings to the development of energy-efficient automobiles to the creation of those biofuels that will help power autos and buildings of the future. The program's host, Kirk Heinze, has served in MSU's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources for three decades as a faculty member, a department chairperson and, most recently, as director of Agriculture and Natural Resources Communications. "We thoughtfully consider such critical issues as land use, water quality, LED (light emitting diode) lighting, alternative energy, biotechnology and organic agriculture," Heinze said. "We talk with experts who have varying perspectives on these issues, and our listeners form their own judgments based on what they hear." This program represents one more exciting, collaborative partnership between WJR and MSU -providing an educational forum focusing on issues that are important not only to those living in the Great Lakes region, but also to those living across the United States, Heinze said... Read more

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

Starting Monday and continuing over the next four weeks, daytime TV viewing as you knew it is about to change. The annual shuffle of syndicated shows kicks in and for daytime diehards, it is hereby suggested that you get a new set of batteries for your TV remote. The biggest change? Arguably it's the move of doyenne of all that is good and proper, ex-con Martha Stewart. While she'll still be on at 10 a.m., she'll turn up on WJBK-TV (Channel 2) instead of her longtime spot on WXYZ-TV (Channel 7), starting Monday. That means Tyra Banks' frothy talk fest on Channel 2 will shift to noon. Montel Williams' long-running talk show is extinct, but if you gotta have the bald ex-drill instructor, WADL-TV (Channel 38) will be running encore shows of what he considers his best work, at a time to be announced. In Stewart's old spot at Channel 7 at 10 a.m., "The Doctors" debuts... Martha makes a move in daytime switch (Tue, 9/2)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 4, 2008

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Sameulsen headed for WRIF in October

Former WDFN morning host Jamie Sameulsen has been hired to anchor sports coverage for the Mike in the Morning show on Greater Media's WRIF-FM. Jamie spent nearly 14 years at WDFN before exiting last month and is currently sitting out a non-compete period. He's expected to join the gang at Rif starting October 3rd.

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

Wayne State-run public radio station WDET-FM (101.9) is looking for a new permanent general manager. Allen Mazurek, who guided the station through its change from a music-oriented format to news and talk since December 2005 operating with interim titles, is moving to a post overseeing the station's digital platform operations... WDET looking for new general manager (Thu, 9/4)

The Pistons TV schedule was announced today and the only games on over-the-air broadcast television will be nationally televised on ABC (Channel 7 in Detroit). FSN and FSN-plus will show 70 Pistons games. Four games will be nationally televised on TNT, and five will be on ESPN. Last season, a handful of games were aired on both Channel 20 and Channel 4 locally. The three games on ABC are Feb. 1 against Cleveland (2:30 p.m.), March 1 against Boston (1 p.m.) and March 22 against Miami (1 p.m.)... Pistons' TV schedule released, only 3 games on over-the-air (Wed, 9/3)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 5, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Fox's WJBK-TV (Channel 2) stayed with Gov. Jennifer Granholm's mayoral ouster hearings for most of the 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. period on Wednesday and it turned out to be a wise decision ... WKQI-FM (95.5, Channel 955) and its morning show pranksters "Mojo in the Morning" inserted themselves into the mayoral watch at the Manoogian Mansion and the scene outside th Frank Murphy Hall of Justice on Thursday morning. Show sidekick Spike said producer Robert Gramm used a Ryder truck the station uses for promotions that looks like a moving van and drove up to the Manoogian around 8 a.mMayoral Media: Channel 2 scores; Mojo lampoons (Thu, 9/4)

 


 

CKWW launches afternoon drive feature; to air Brian Wilson radio special Saturday

Oldies CKWW has added the "Freeway 5 at 5", a new drive-home feature airing during the Robb Duncan show. Each weekday at 5 PM, Robb digs through The Big 8 record library and archives to spin five chart-topping songs from The Big 8 (CKLW) music charts. He will also spotlight songs from the Keener 13 (WKNR) surveys as well. Published in the 60's and 70's, these weekly "hit lists" reflected the musical tastes of a generation in the Motor City.

This Saturday at 6 PM, AM580 will broadcast a behind the scenes radio special spotlighting the latest CD by Brian Wilson. His newest studio album, "That Lucky Old Sun" is out this week and marks a return to the Capitol Records label for the legendary writer, producer, arranger and Beach Boy. The CD features songs described as a "musical love letter from California" and captures the feel of the Beach Boys and Southern California from the 50's and 60's. The special also contains a smattering of Beach Boys material, new interview clips from Brian and his band, as well as such luminaries as Paul McCartney, David Crosby and others.

 

Television: Newsmakers Sept 5, 2008

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MLive.com:

The Detroit Red Wings and FSN Detroit today announced the 2008-09 Red Wings local television schedule. FSN continues its exclusive production and carriage of Red Wings games by airing 74 regular-season contests with 65 games slated for air on FSN and nine on FSN PLUS. Additionally, FSN will carry three pre-season games and all non-exclusive games in the first two rounds of the Stanley Cup Playoffs if the Wings advance. FSN continues to lead the NHL in technological advances by airing a substantial number of Red Wings games in high-definition on FSN HD (HD schedule to be announced at a later date). Ken Daniels and Mickey Redmond return as the Wings TV announce crew with former Red Wing Larry Murphy filling in for Redmond during select road games... Local TV schedule announced for Red Wings (Fri, 9/5)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 7, 2008

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Ann Arbor News:

"The Lynn Rivers Show'' returns from summer hiatus Monday on WEMU (89.1 FM). Hosted by former U.S. Rep. Lynn Rivers, the hour-long program focuses on news, public affairs and constitutional issues with guests from the community and across the country. If you miss the show at 8 a.m., catch the new repeat broadcast at 6 p.m ... Longtime area radio personality Lucy Ann Lance is hosting the Michigan Football Tailgate Show on Detroit radio station WOMC-FM (104.3). The show begins two and a half hours before kickoff of University of Michigan football games and lasts for 90 minutes... 'The Lynn Rivers Show' returns to WEMU (Sun, 9/7)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 8, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Minor league baseball announcers dream of reaching the major leagues. Most don't realize their dream, spending their entire career in the minors. I had that dream when I broadcast Atlanta Cracker games in the Southern League for Wheaties. Wheaties was serious about its sponsorship of more than 90 major and minor league teams across the country. The company and its ad agency, Knox Reeves, published a monthly magazine devoted to the broadcasts. Each year it staged a national convention for all its announcers. The company sent an expert to each city, where he would listen to the Wheaties announcer and make a report to headquarters in Minneapolis. You can imagine the importance of this visit for each announcer. All of us strived to be at the top of our game for our visiting expert, whose critique might pave our way to the big leagues... Ernie Harwell: Road to majors can be long (Mon, 9/8)

Oh, the excitement. "Bubbapalooza," a live comedy event presented and hosted by Sirius satellite radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge will hit Detroit's Fillmore Theatre on Oct. 18. Doors open at 8 p.m.; showtime is 9 p.m... Fans can absorb Bubba's comedy (Mon, 9/8)

 

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)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 12, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

On the air today from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. on WNIC-FM (100.3), the fifth annual radiothon to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan, which grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions ... Country WYCD-FM's (99.5) "Dr. Don Morning Show with Rachael & Grunwald" has been nominated for a prestigious Country Music Association award. So the big day for Don Carpenter, Rachael Hunter and Steve Grunwald will be Nov. 12, ABC will air it nationally... Names and Faces (Fri, 9/12)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 13, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Will Drew Lane be returning to WRIF-FM (101.1) as its afternoon drive host? Lane's longtime rep, attorney Mike Novak, said an Internet report Friday that a Lane comeback was in the works was "fairly accurate, but it's premature because no deal has been struck. I think Drew has made no secret of his desire to get back on the air early next year." Novak was referring to a posting on Radio-info.com, an influential radio trade Web site compiled by Tom Taylor. "It's not hard to believe that Drew would return to the place where he and former partner Mike Clark held court for so many years -- he loved 'RIF and he didn't want to leave Detroit," the Web site reported. "It's just that he was burned out from the grind of morning radio. ...So it might be -- shockingly -- Mike & Company in the morning and Drew in another daytime shift." Station general manager John Gallagher didn't respond to a request for comment Friday, but he was seen with Lane at a recent Tigers game. Heidi Raphael, Greater Media's chief spokeswoman, said Friday "there was nothing to the report"... Report of Lane's WRIF comeback is accurate, rep says (Sat, 9/13)

 


 

Detroit News:

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy shares some of her insights into the Kwame Kilpatrick case with WXYZ-TV Channel 7's editorial chief on Sunday. Worthy will be the guest of Chuck Stokes' weekly "Spotlight on the News." The show airs at 11:30 a.m. Sundays on Channel 7. Worthy will discuss a range of topics related to the Kilpatrick case, including the aftermath of the text message scandal, its impact on her, what message it sends and the future, Stokes said Friday... Worthy will discuss Kilpatrick case on TV (Sat, 9/13)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 15, 2008

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Drew redux

The rumors of a possible return to WRIF by Drew Lane are probably the most exciting topic in Detroit radio these days. But what if these rumors are merely a smokescreen / negotiating ploy and we'll be hearing about Lane landing on a different station sometime soon? Stay tuned I guess.

 


 

WDTK waves goodbye to Laura, says good morning to Mike

With the breakup between conservative talker Laura Ingraham and Salem Broadcasting, she's was taken off the lineup at Salem's WDTK AM 1400 after Friday's show. In the 9am - noon timeslot as of today was Salem's own Mike Gallagher, whose program had previously been heard on tape delay on WDTK.

The station's press release says that Gallagher's program is now in its 11th year of national syndication featuring the combination of solid conservative values, a fast-paced, fun delivery each day, and Mike's first-name relationship with leading newsmakers coast-to-coast.

"Mike Gallagher connects with his audience in a very personal way by creating compelling programming targeted at the issues men and women all over America really care about", according to Tom Tradup, Vice President of Programming, Salem Radio Networks. "Mike has used his program to shine the white hot light of scrutiny on extremist groups and political charlatans. His one-on-one interviews with U.S. Senator John McCain, Vice President Dick Cheney, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani and other leading conservatives regularly generate national headlines. Mike continues to be a leading contributor to the top-rated FOX News Channel, as well as the leading conservative website, Townhall.com."

No new Detroit affiliate has been announced for Ingraham.

 


 

WJR to help celebrate GM's 100th anniversary

Newstalker WJR will broadcast live from its Wintergarden studio in the RenCen tomorrow to help cover the 100th anniversary of General Motors. Paul W. Smith (6-9 am), Frank Beckmann (9-11:30 am), and Mitch Albom (5-7 pm) will all host their shows as part of the celebration.

Other programming highlights this week: On Friday, Smith will be on the road and broadcast live from the West Michigan Regional Policy Conference in Grand Rapids and on Saturday WJR's Steve Courtney will broadcast another MSU tailgate program live from East Lansing starting at 12:30pm. The Michigan State - Notre Dame football game will follow beginning at 3:30pm.

 


 

WDET to welcome Bob Schieffer & Cheech Marin this week

WDET's "The Back Story" with Quinn Klinefelter (weekdays 3-4pm) has scheduled special guests Bob Schieffer of CBS News and comedian/actor Cheech Marin this week. Klinefelter will be talking with Bob Schieffer on Tuesday, September 16, about Schieffer's new book "Bob Schieffer's America" and other topics. Then on Friday Klinefelter will talk with Cheech Marin about politics, political correctness and his upcoming appearance September 20th in Detroit with Tommy Chong for the Cheech & Chong "Light Up America" tour.

"The Back Story" with Quinn Klinefelter airs weekdays from 3pm to 4pm on WDET 101.9FM and wdet.org.

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 17, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Just when it looked like the WRIF-FM morning show with Mike Clark, Trudi Daniels, Marc Fellhauer and Mike Wolters made it through a year's worth of ratings without much of a drop despite Drew Lane's departure, then came Tuesday's Arbitron numbers. June, July and August showed precipitous drops among all listeners and in the age 25-54 demo for the Clark-helmed show ... 'Mike in Morning' blows a ratings tire (Wed, 9/17)

 


 

StationRatings.com:

The top 5 overall stations in the second ratings trend of the summer were WWJ, WMXD, WJR, WVMV, and WKQI. WWJ enjoyed a sizable jump, likely thanks to the station's coverage of the scandal involving Kwame Kilpatrick. Ratings for pop WDVD also continue to climb... Detroit summer phase 2 age 12+ ratings (Tue, 9/16)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 22, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Last week was a busy one at Detroit Public Television, the custodian of WTVS-TV (Channel 56) and WRCJ-FM (90.9). How's this for making things happen? The Hudson Webber Foundation approved a grant of $300,000 to support the nonprofit PBS affiliate's acquisition of a high-definition, digital production truck. The grant comes as Rich Homberg, relatively new in the DPTV president and general manager chair, aims to successfully finish a $22-million capital campaign to complete its federally mandated conversion to digital technology ... Finally, Homberg was on the march with former WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) newsman Dave Manney, explaining DPTV's newest initiatives. Manney -- ex-Hour magazine editor and once a mayoral operative for Detroit's now-deposed Kwame Kilpatrick -- is now Homberg's director of program development. Foremost on their minds these days is the station's ambitious political debate project. Working with the Center for Michigan, it is serving up 20-25 debates of candidates who agreed to face off for 47 contested state House races in southeastern Michigan. They will air at 3 p.m. Sundays on Channel 56, with lots of alternative availability on the Web at dptv.org and mivote.org and via Comcast's On Demand service... (Sun, 9/21)

 


 

AllAccess.com:

WDVD Goes To Lundon: DANA LUNDON-MASUCCI puts her foot back into radio, joining CITADEL Hot AC WDVD/DETROIT for weekend work. DANA was most recently middays at CBS Oldies WOMC/DETROIT. (Mon, 9/22)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 24, 2008

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FSN Detroit follows Dan Cleary, Stanley Cup to Newfoundland for special

Detroit Red Wings fans everywhere were proud of their team as they captured the Stanley Cup earlier this year, but no fans were more prideful than those in Newfoundland who watched forward Dan Cleary become the first native son to play on a Cup-winning team. When Cleary took the Cup home this summer, he shared it with tens of thousands of Newfoundlanders who provided a hero's welcome captured by a crew from FSN Detroit.

Now, fans of Cleary and the Red Wings in this region can experience the overwhelming reception and admiration in a half-hour special as part of FSN's "Under the Lights" series. Dan Cleary Brings It Home: Newfoundland's First Stanley Cup premieres Tuesday, Sept. 30 at 7:00 & 10:00 PM, immediately preceding and following FSN's coverage of the Red Wings preseason game against the Montreal Canadiens.

FSN's crew was on hand at public celebrations held at the airport, a children's hospital, a Canada Day gathering in Cleary's hometown and also eavesdropped on some private time for Cleary with the Cup. Along with Cleary, those interviewed include his father and brother, a childhood friend, local and provincial government officials and the Hockey Hall of Fame's keeper of the Stanley Cup.

The show concludes with a music video tribute to Cleary, written and performed by Newfoundland band Greeley's Reel. The music video also can be seen at www.foxsports.com/detroit or www.myspace.com/fsndet.

 


 

AllAccess.com:

WDVD Assists Hurricane Victims: CITADEL Hot AC WDVD/DETROIT and Adult Hits WDRQ have teamed up to collect 37,000 pounds of non-perishable items and bottled water for the victims of HURRICANE IKE. WDVD's MR. GASSY served as navigator of the tractor-trailer as it traveled from MOTOWN to HOUSTON to provide needed supplies to area shelters. (Tue, 9/23)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 26, 2008

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WHTD 102.7 adds Rickey Smiley starting Oct 6

Radio One owned WHTD FM 102.7 has dropped the Russ Parr morning show from morning drive and will add the "Rickey Smiley and Deez Nutz Morning Show" starting Monday, October 6th. Smiley's program is syndicated through Radio One's Syndication One programming arm.

"I am very excited that Rickey will be heard in our key markets of Atlanta and Detroit," says Radio One senior VP of programming content Jay Stevens. "He is a star, one of those rare individuals that can fill an arena of 5,000 one day and be on the radio in that same market the next day. Rickey is very creative and genuinely cares about his listeners which translates to a strong community presence. He is also joined by a team of incredibly talented personalities that create an entertainment package which just can't be duplicated."

Smiley's program is also heard on WQHH FM 96.5 in Lansing.

 


 

Fox Sports Net Detroit to air 100 Red Wings and Pistons games in HD during 08-09 seasons

FSN Detroit will present 100 games in high-definition during the upcoming 2008-09 seasons for the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons. Each team has 50 telecasts available on FSN HD, accounting for 69 percent of FSN's 144- game combined telecast schedule.

The offering of Red Wings HD telecasts includes 31 at home and 19 on the road; the Pistons HD breakdown is 29 home and 21 road contests.

The Red Wings and Pistons high-definition telecasts will be shown on FSN HD, a channel currently available on high-definition cable service provided by Comcast, Bright House Networks, Wide Open West (WOW!), Charter, Buckeye, Broadstripe, Coldwater and D&P Cable. FSN HD is also available via satellite on DIRECTV and Dish Network.

Complete Wings and Pistons telecast schedules available at www.foxsports.com/detroit.

 


 

New Shut Up and Vote Michigan videos released

The heritage air personalities 101 WRIF, 94.7 WCSX and Magic 105.1 have hit the campaign trail with a single unified message for Michigan residents: Shut Up and Vote! The corner piece of this integrated initiative is the website shutupandvotemichigan.com.

By far, the most popular sections of the campaign are the Shut Up and Vote Michigan Videos featuring area celebrities, including station air personalities, sharing why they think voting is so important. Recently uploaded videos feature: WRIF's Arthur Penhallow, Doug Podell, Meltdown, Steve Black, Screamin' Scott, and Slayer; WRIF and WCSX's Peter Werbe and Juline Jordan, WCSX's Ken Calvert, JJ & Lynne, Mark Pasman, and Uncle Buck; WMGC's Jim Harper and the Magic Morning Show and Mitzi Miles.

Each video puts a personal spin on why, in Michigan, every vote counts. Each week leading up to November 4th, new videos will be added and spotlighted on the site.

Another area designed to encourage people to get out the vote is the Shut Up and Vote Michigan Guest Blogger section. Michigan voters are encouraged to submit their own reasons why it's important to Shut Up & Vote for the opportunity to be a guest blogger.

Other features of the website ShutUpandVoteMichigan.com include Political polls that help take the pulse of Michigan residents, Michigan ballot proposal details and voter registration information.

 


 

Detroit News:

The top stories from Metro Detroit's other 10 p.m. newscast can now be watched on the Web. The "My 20 News at Ten" newscast from WMYD-TV (Channel 20) can't be viewed in its entirety at tv20detroit. com just yet, but news junkies can catch up on the day's breaking news and headline grabbers by going to the Web site and clicking on the video icon. Anchors Sunya Walls and Nathan O'Leary deliver most of the stories, as they do during the TV newscast, and some of the stories come from field reporters Dave Leval and Jorge Avellan... See top 'My 20 News' stories on the Web (Fri, 9/26)

 

Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept 29, 2008

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Crain's Detroit Business '40 under 40' highlights media execs

...Luckoff is in charge of sales for Detroit's leading radio stations aimed at black audiences, WJLB 97.9 FM and WMXD 92.3 FM, both owned by Clear Channel Radio Inc. The stations ranked No. 6 and No. 8 in the Detroit market by revenue in this year's Crain's Book of Lists, and have a combined revenue of about $25 million... Jeff Luckoff, General sales manager WJLB 97.9 FM, WMXD 92.3 FM Clear Channel Radio (Mon, 9/29)

...As head of development for Detroit Public Television, Hamilton today is in charge of raising about 60 percent of the station's revenue, or $9 million annually, through on-air and online pledge drives, direct-mail campaigns and grant proposals to foundations. She's headed efforts that have brought in at least 60 percent of total revenue each of the past eight years -- and cut fundraising expenses to keep down the station's costs to raise money when revenue declined... Kelley Hamilton, Vice president of development, Detroit Public Television (Mon, 9/29)

 


 

Farmers student athletes recognized, honored by FSN Detroit

FSN Detroit is teaming with Farmers Insurance Group to honor well-rounded high school student-athletes throughout Michigan with a monthly Farmers Student Athlete Citizen Award during the 2008-09 academic year.

The Farmers Student Athlete Citizen Award recognizes outstanding high school student athletes that are making a difference on the athletic field, in the classroom and in the communities they represent. Administrators and coaches from 768 high schools statewide have been invited to nominate student-athletes who carry a grade point average of 2.5 or greater (on a 4.0 scale) and are involved in extracurricular activities (including community service). Athletic achievements in both individual and team sports will be considered. The monthly winner is determined by a selection committee comprised of personnel from Farmers and FSN Detroit.

The Farmers Student Athlete Citizen Award honorees will receive a plaque presented by a local Farmers Insurance representative and be featured in a 30-second vignette to run throughout the following month during FSN Detroit programming.

Farmers Insurance Group is a presenting sponsor of FSN Detroit's 2008-09 coverage of Michigan High School Athletic Association football and basketball championship events.

 


 

WLQV to sponsor Bible Across America Tour stop in Sterling Heights

AM 1500 WLQV and Grace Christian Church have partnered with Zondervan to promote and host the Bible Across America Tour stop in Southeast Michigan. More than 31,000 Americans will have a hand in publishing a new Bible - America's NIV - the first nationwide Bible ever written "one-verse, one-person" at a time. The cross-country RV tour will make its only Southeast Michigan stop at Grace Christian Church at 33801 Van Dyke Ave in Sterling Heights on Wednesday, October 1, 2008 from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. and the public is invited to contribute a verse in their own handwriting.

 

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