Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Mar. 8, 2009

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Ann Arbor News:

Ann Arbor news and talk radio station WAAM, which made some gains in the latest ratings for commercial stations in southeast Michigan, is implementing several afternoon programming changes. Lou Dobbs' syndicated live show now airs on WAAM (1600 AM) weekdays from 2- 4 p.m. Glenn Beck's syndicated talk show moves to noon-2 p.m. weekdays to replace Bill O'Reilly's "The Radio Factor." Unchanged is the locally-produced "On The Edge" with Thayrone, talking news and politics weekdays from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. The latest Arbitron ratings for commercial radio stations in this market show that WAAM gained in listenership, going from a 0.9 share in the spring 2008 period to 1.8 share for fall 2008... Ann Arbor's WAAM radio makes lineup changes, gains in ratings (Sat, 3/7)

 

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