Metro Detroit: Newsmakers June 24, 2010





A helicopter being used by Channel 7 Action News has made a hard landing in a farm field in Clinton Township. Two Channel 7 employees, Ken McQuillan and Marty Herak, were on board along with the pilot, Gary Boudreau. Everyone is alright. The chopper was experiencing some type of problem when it went down. The crew heard two loud bangs, the chopper lost power and then auto-rotated safely into a field about four miles west of Selfridge... Helicopter being used by Channel 7 makes hard landing in Clinton Township (Thu, 6/24)



Crain's Detroit Business:

Detroit Public Television's viewership increased last year in spite of a 2 percent decline in the number of households in the region, according to Nielsen Media Research. The average number of unduplicated households tuning in each week to WTVS-Channel 56 rose by 3 percent over the previous season to 709,500 households. Those households encompass approximately 1.5 million people, the station said in a release. Among PBS stations in the Top 25 U.S. markets, Detroit Public Television is ranked No. 2 in both prime-time and full-day viewership... Detroit Public Television grows audience by 3 percent (Thu, 6/24)







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