Metro Detroit: Newsmakers June 21, 2010

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Cincinnati.com

After a 10-month absence to raise her new baby boy, anchor Sandra Ali is getting back into TV -- at top-rated WDIV-TV in Detroit. And husband Shawn Ley will quit Channel 12 on Friday June 25 and go to WDIV-TV with her. Sandra will anchor and report for WDIV-TV; Ley will be a reporter... Sandra Ali, Shawn Ley Returning To Detroit (Mon, 6/21)

 


 

TVNewscheck.com

Dr. Oz today strengthened its case to become Oprah's replacement by securing three-year deals to take Oprah's 4 p.m. time slots on Scripps' ABC affiliates WXYZ Detroit and WEWS Cleveland beginning in 2011-12, industry sources have confirmed. Distributed by Sony Pictures Television, the hour-long talk show has now secured deals in six of the top 20 markets, including the top four. It will air at 4 p.m. in all six markets. In five markets, it will serve as local news lead-in... WXYZ, WEWS Take 'Dr. Oz' Prescription (Thu, 6/17)

 

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