West Michigan: Newsmakers Jan. 18, 2010

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Grand Rapids Press:

The Salvation Army will focus its 2010 edition of its annual Radiothon fundraising event Tuesday on raising money for its relief work in Haiti. The radio station 95.7 WLHT will host the 12-hour Radiothon that will run from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Woodland Mall, located at 28th Street and the East Beltline west of I-96. The Salvation Army has pledged that 100 percent of donations received for disaster relief will be used for that purpose. The radiothon will include up-to-the-minute information on the Salvation Army's relief efforts from "on the ground" in Haiti... Salvation Army's Radiothon on 95.7 WLHT to give all proceeds to Haiti (Mon, 1/18)

 

William "Broadway" Bertshinger left WBCT-FM (93.7 B-93) last week Wednesday to start his new morning show, "The Morning After," on sister station WSNX-FM (104.5). The new show debuted this morning. "To be honest with you, he's always been one of my favorite people to work with," WSNX program director Eric O'Brien said. "The stars aligned, and we lucked out to have him back." Broadway replaces Justin "Puddin" Barclay and his "Puddin's Playhouse" morning radio show, which has landed at Detroit Top 40 radio station WVMV-FM (98.7), AMP Radio... William "Broadway" Bertshinger leaves B-93 to launch new morning show on 104.5 WSNX-FM (Mon, 1/18)

 

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