Newsmakers and links: Oct. 15, 2012

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TVNewsCheck:

Young Broadcasting is setting up triopoly for itself in Lansing, Mich. (DMA 116), with the help of partner Shield Media. Shield is buying ABC affiliate WLAJ in Lansing from Sinclair Broadcast Group, but, through joint sales and sharing agreements, will turn over its operation to Young, which already owns CBS affiliate WLNS in the market and manages MNT affiliate WHTV through a joint sales agreement with owner Venture Technologies.

Full story: Young piecing together triopoly In Lansing (Mon, 10/15)

 


 

Detroit News:

The passing of Budd Lynch last week touched many in the local sports media. Lynch, 95, was a Red Wings employee for 63 years, highlighted by his broadcasting career and later his work as the public address announcer. Ken Daniels, the current Red Wings TV broadcaster, was practically a next door neighbor of Lynch in the Joe Louis Arena press box, sharing thoughts, observations and jokes with the venerable Lynch on a nightly basis.

Full story: Small Talk: Ken Daniels reflects on Budd Lynch, Red Wings broadcasting (Mon, 10/15)

 

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