West Michigan: Newsmakers Sept. 23, 2009

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WOOD-TV:

A Grand Rapids broadcaster who claims the African American community will lose its voice on the airwaves is fighting to block the sale of radio station WJNZ. Radio personality Robert S. Womack tried to buy the station he works for, but was not the highest bidder. He said Huntington Bank was foreclosing on the station owner for a loan default. Huntington Bank first accepted Womack's bid, but then decided to reopen the bidding process, he told 24 Hour News 8. Womack's next bid fell short. Next, Christian radio programmer Holy Family Radio of Lowell outbid him, Womack said... Broadcaster fighting to block WJNZ sale (Tue, 9/22)

 

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