Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Mar. 1, 2009

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Detroit Free Press:

Detroit music is making (air) waves again thanks to the return of Ann Delisi to WDET-FM (101.9) this weekend. "Ann Delisi's Essential Music" -- running from noon-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays -- is an extension of the station's rededicated focus to reconnect to the city, she says. The Detroit public radio station kicked off its new format, including 10 hours of locally produced music and three hours of live, interactive national news programming, on Monday. Delisi's show was scheduled to debut Saturday. Delisi was previously at 'DET from 1983-95, and also did stints at WDVD-FM, WRCJ-FM (90.9) and CIDR-FM (93.9). Over the past few years, she has stayed busy by focusing on freelance voiceover work, hosting a show on WRCJ and working as director of programming for Emery King's film-and-television production company, where she will continue to work while doing her show. The weekends, however, will be all about the music... Ann Delisi returns to WDET-FM (Sun, 3/1)

 

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