Metro Detroit: Newsmakers May 11, 2009

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Macomb Daily:

FOX Sports Detroit attracted an all-time record audience for Sunday's Game 5 of the NHL Western Conference Semifinal series between the Detroit Red Wings and Anaheim Ducks. Based on data received from Nielsen Media Research, the 5:00-7:45 PM telecast registered a 17.1 household rating / 35 share in the Detroit metro area, an average of nearly 330,000 homes (one rating point equals approximately 19,270 households). The telecast peaked at a 22.1 rating (nearly 426,000 homes) during the closing minutes of the Red Wings 4-1 victory, giving them a three games to two lead in the best-of-seven series. Sunday's viewership eclipsed the previous FOX Sports Detroit record rating of 14.1 on May 3, 2004 for Game 6 of the Red Wings second round playoff series against Calgary... Red Wings rating romp (Mon, 5/11)

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

Next step for the Faces Not Numbers campaign from the "Deminski & Doyle" show on WCSX-FM (94.7) is to present the 100-foot long banner with more than 3,000 faces on it to the public -- and to political figures making the decisions that affect our community. The campaign was created to use photos of autoworkers and others who have lost their jobs to raise awareness that real lives are affected by bailout decisions. On Tuesday, join the morning show hosts Jeff Deminski and Bill Doyle at the Chrysler Sterling Heights assembly plant on Van Dyke when they reveal the banner... 'CSX banner to be unveiled (Mon, 5/11)

 

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