Metro Detroit: Newsmakers July 24, 2009

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Detroit News:

Outspoken WCHB-AM (1200) morning host Mildred Gaddis will be talking this morning about Detroit TV station WADL-TV, but she'll be more conciliatory than accusatory. The Detroit News has obtained a copy of the statement Gaddis will read during her program "Inside Detroit with Mildred Gaddis." It falls short of an apology, but it's far different from her rhetoric over the airwaves of the past week, which WADL charges included calling its general manager Lewis Gibbs a liar. Gaddis will say: "As many of you know, there has been an ongoing debate between me and WADL-TV 38 regarding my former television show on that station. In the heat of passion, some harsh words have been exchanged recently, which is truly regrettable. For my part, I want everyone to know I believe WADL serves an important role in our community. I have never intended to cast any aspersions on WADL-TV or its General Manager Lewis Gibbs. Let's move on from this matter and focus on the real issues that are affecting our great city"... Gaddis to reach out in WADL dispute (Fri, 7/24)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on July 24, 2009 10:08 AM.

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