Newsmakers and links: July 15, 2013

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MLive.com:

Reports and speculation have surfaced for several weeks now about a potential format change at a FM station that could make the Detroit sports talk radio neighborhood a lot tougher.

Full story: A new Detroit sports talk radio station? Speculation heats up; former 'Drew and Mike' host an option (Mon, 7/15)

 


 

AllAccess.com:

ALL ACCESS has been hearing rumors from multiple sources that something may be up at GREATER MEDIA AC WMGC (TODAY'S 105.1)/DETROIT, and the leading rumor is a flip to Sports to take on CBS RADIO Sports WXYT-F (97.1 THE TICKET).

Full story: Rumors Of Changes Swirl Around WMGC (Mon, 7/15)

 

CUMULUS Country WTNR/GRAND RAPIDS has a PD opening following last week's departure of BRAD AUSTIN for the programming chair at DELMARVA Country WXCY/WILIMINGTON, DE.

Full story: WTNR Has PD Opening (Mon, 7/15)

 


 

Grand Rapids Press:

The fifth annual WSNX Party In The Park begins Wednesday, July 17, at 5 p.m. at Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock Park. This year's headliner is Jason Derulo, best known for his 2009 single "Watcha Say," who is set to release his third album this fall.

Full story: Michael Franti, Hits of the '80s, WSNX Party in the Park on The Playlist (Sun, 7/14)

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

It seemed just like old times. Except Mike Clark made his "Drewcast" debut Monday by proudly reciting the seven "filthy words" made famous by George Carlin.

Full story: Drew and Mike reunite via podcast (Mon, 7/15)

 

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