Lansing City Pulse:
You probably won't run into Alice Cooper or John Tesh shopping at Lansing City Market; they don't live here. But you can hear them on the local airwaves night after night, a reminder that radio programming isn't what it used to be. Before the consolidation of radio networks in the late 1990s, local studios were buzzing with vibrant energy and DJs were musical trendsetters who connected with youth culture while chatting live over the airwaves. How times have changed.
Full story: Lansing radio battles through the static (Wed, 10/5)