Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Apr. 9, 2009




Huron Daily Tribune:

Bishop Robert J. Carlson announced Monday that WEYI-TV Emmy award-winning news anchor Erin Looby Carlson will join the Diocesan Center staff in May to help spread news about the Catholic church in mid-Michigan, particularly the extraordinary value of Catholic schools. Looby Carlson joins the bishop's pastoral team in the newly created role of director of marketing and communications. She is charged with promoting the rich quality education offered through the area's 26 Catholic schools, in addition to providing a leadership role in specialized evangelization and faith-based community development projects ... Prior to her work as managing editor and anchor with the NBC affiliate Channel 25 news team, Looby Carlson was employed by WBKB-TV in Alpena as a news anchor and multimedia journalist... Local TV news anchor joins diocesan staff to promote church, faith-based education (Tue, 4/7)




Where in The World Is The Moose? NEXT MEDIA Country WCEN (94.5 THE MOOSE)/SAGINAW will be kicking off their first MOOSE MYSTERY TRIP giveaway on MONDAY (4/13). Each weekday after 7a (ET), the MOOSE MORNING SHOW will give out a about the mystery destination as well as additional times that more clues will be announced. On FRIDAY (4/17) after 5p, afternooner SCOTT BRADLEY will ask for the 94th caller to identify the mystery city. The winner and a guest will receive roundtrip airfare to that city, concert tickets to one of the hottest shows and a $100 MARRIOTT gift card. For more information, visit www.945themoose.com. (Thu, 4/9)







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