September 2013 Archives

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 3, 2013

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SooToday.com:

Sault Ste. Marie radio listeners started hearing a new name on their favourite radio station this morning. At 8 a.m., the station formerly known as EZ Rock rebranded itself to Today's Best Music ... KiSS 100.5. KiSS 100.5 announced early in the summer that it would be looking for a new name, something fun and more reflective of the upbeat, contemporary music featured on the station from stars like P!nk, Maroon 5, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Kelly Clarkson.

Full story: It's new and it's an EZ KiSS (Thu, 8/29)

 


 

Crain's Detroit Business:

As the co-founder of radio station 89X and longtime columnist for Metro Times, Lex Kuhne has had a high media profile around Detroit for years. As an attorney, Kuhne runs a private practice, Alexander E. Kuhne PC, that focuses in part on entertainment law.

Full story: Who's who in Detroit Music; Lex Kuhne, Attorney (Thu, 8/29)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Resotred: CBS-owned stations WWJ-TV Ch. 62 (CBS) and WKBD-TV Ch. 50 (CW) to Bright House cable systems in Oakland and Wayne counties yesterday evening after being blacked out for a month during a retransmission dispute between CBS and Time Warner Cable (which negotiates for Bright House).

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 4, 2013

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Kalamazoo Gazette:

Lori Moore, one of the most recognizable names and voices in Kalamazoo radio, announced today she is leaving WKZO. Her last day will be Friday. Moore, who started her Kalamazoo radio career in 1981, is the host of "The Lori Moore Show," which airs weekdays from 6 to 10 a.m. on WKZO-AM (590).

Full story: Lori Moore announces final day at WKZO will be Friday, radio personality to leave air after 32 years (Wed, 9/4)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Congratuations to former WMGC-FM 105.1 Detroit Program Director Brian Figula on his hiring at Adult Contemporary KOIT San Franscisco, CA starting September 10th. Figula was let go with the recent flip of Greater Media's WMGC from AC to Sports. Prior to the gig at WMGC, the Michigan part of his resume included time at WDVD-FM 96.3 Detroit, WWCK-FM 105.5 Flint, and WGER-FM 106.3 Saginaw.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 5, 2013

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Lansing State Journal ($):

Detroit-based radio personality Steve Black has spent the past 24 years in the entertainment world, and now, those adventures are immortalized in Black's new autobiography, "From Black to Light." Black's book doesn't shy from very personal details. "From Black to Light" touches on everything from Black losing his first wife to cancer to watching radio colleagues fall victim to drug addictions.

Full story: Michigan radio personality opens up (Wed, 9/4)

 


 

Kalamazoo Gazette:

After more than three decades on Kalamazoo airwaves, including 18 as the host of her own morning show on WKZO-AM (590), it's no surprise Lori Moore has a big following.

Full story: Readers rally around Lori Moore as longtime radio personality prepares to sign off at WKZO (Thu, 9/5)

 


 

Grand Rapids Press:

An evening with the BoDeans will be the inaugural show in the new WYCE Live at Wealthy Concert Series.

Full story: BoDeans to kick off new WYCE concert series at Wealthy Theatre (Thu, 9/5)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Confirmed: Cumulus Media is parting ways with the syndicated program hosted by Sean Hannity at the end of 2013, opening a couple hours on the weekday afternoon schedule at Cumulus' News/Talk WJR AM 760 Detroit.

    Several other stations in Michigan currently owned by Cumulus that air Hannity (WBCK-FM 95.3 Battle Creek, WKMI AM 1360 Kalamazoo and WJIM AM 1240 Lansing) are being sold to Townsquare Media and the future of Hannity on those stations is not clear due to the pending ownership change.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 9, 2013

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Fox Sports Detroit:

FOX Sports Detroit is thrilled to announce the addition of former National Hockey League goaltender Chris Osgood as a game and studio analyst for the 2013-14 season. Osgood's 17-year NHL career included three Stanley Cup championships with the Detroit Red Wings. In 2010-11, his final NHL season as a player, Osgood became just the 10th goaltender in NHL history to win 400 games. He's also one of only 10 goaltenders in NHL history to have scored a goal, and one of only five to have scored by shooting the puck directly into the opponent's net.

Full story: Osgood joins FSD as hockey analyst (Mon, 9/9)

 


 

AllAccess.com:

GRAND RAPIDS market veteran JUSTIN BARCLAY is launching a new local show on CLEAR CHANNEL Talk WOOD-A-F/GRAND RAPIDS TODAY (9/9).

Full story: WOOD Adds Justin Barclay Show (Mon, 9/9)

 


 

Lansing State Journal ($):

For local TV stations, this is moving day. It's time to re-arrange the slots that networks don't control. Leaving are Jeff Probst, Ricki Lake, Anderson Cooper and others. Arriving are Arsenio Hall and Bethenney Frankel today and Queen Latifah next Monday.

Full story: Changes afoot as local TV shuffle begins (Mon, 9/9)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Former Detroit Lions great Herman Moore has joined Greater Media Sports WMGC-FM 105.1 Detroit as an analyst for the station's post game coverage of Lions' football games.
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  • ESPN 100.9 FM (WLUN Pinconning/Midland) has announced a weekly CrunchTime segment featuring former University of Michigan defensive back and Super Bowl champion Cato June that is scheduled to air every Monday during the football season at 4:30 p.m. EST starting today. June will join CrunchTime host Jared Sandler every week to provide analysis of Michigan and Michigan State football, along with commentary on the Detroit Lions and the National Football League.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 10, 2013

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Michigan High School Athletic Association Joins NFHS Network

The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) is one of 32 members of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) that has joined the NFHS Network, the new all-digital network devoted to coverage of high school sports and performing arts through the Internet at MHSAA.tv and NFHSnetwork.com.

The NFHS, in association with PlayOn! Sports (PlayOn), announced the official launch of the NFHS Network on August 1. With coverage of boys and girls sports and activities initially in at least 32 states during the 2013-14 school year, the NFHS Network becomes the largest aggregated destination for coverage of high school sports in the country.

Through a digital service that is at least partially subscription-based available at MHSAA.tv and NFHSnetwork.com, more students, parents and fans will be able to watch high school sports than ever before.

In addition to the MHSAA, NFHS member associations in the following states have finalized agreements and will be a part of the NFHS Network as the 2013-14 season begins: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. In addition, member associations in a number of other states are expected to join the NFHS Network soon.

"We believe this is one of the greatest opportunities in the 94-year history of the NFHS as we are able to take advantage of new technology and showcase high school sports and performing arts across the United States," said Bob Gardner, NFHS executive director. "We are excited to provide viewership opportunities for fans of high school sports that have never existed before. The NFHS Network will help showcase our primary mission of expanding participation and opportunities for involvement in education-based interscholastic sports and performing arts activities."

"For more than a century, school sports has had the highest profile of all youth sports," said John E. 'Jack' Roberts, MHSAA executive director. "We feature pep assemblies, pep bans, marching bands, cheerleaders, homecoming parades and dances, letter jackets and other traditions, with large crowds of classmates, neighbors and families cheering on students. Ours is a unique brand that stands out among all of youth sports. Done right, this network will solidify interscholastic athletics as the most popular and principled youth sports experience for many more generations."

Postseason games in all sports sponsored by the MHSAA will be available online on the Network, except for select championship events for which the MHSAA has existing television contracts with other media partners. Viewing opportunities for other NFHS Network events will be posted in the coming months at NFHSnetwork.com.

The NFHS Network will build on the past success of PlayOn's high-quality coverage of high school sports at the state level. PlayOn currently streams nearly 30,000 events per school year and has worked with 32 state associations and sections in 26 states.

"Teaming up with the NFHS is a natural progression to build a truly national high school sports platform while honoring the local communities that support them," said David Rudolph, PlayOn! Sports chief executive officer. "Our mission is to serve the current and future generations of student-athletes, support and encourage their participation and make their performances accessible to their friends, family and fans on every media platform they use."

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 11, 2013

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AllAccess.com:

CCM+E/DETROIT VP/Programming and Top 40 WKQI (CHANNEL 955) PD TONY TRAVATTO reports that Promotion Dir./weekend-swinger STICK (aka SAM DAY, not STICK from WNOU) is trading up to APD/MD/nights.

Full story: WKQI Elevates Stick To APD/MD/Nights (Wed, 9/11)

 


 

Grand Rapids Press:

WOOD TV 8 will present the Art Van Concert Series during ArtPrize 2013, showcasing 21 West Michigan acts for 10 nights at Rosa Parks Circle. The shows will take place weeknights at 5 p.m., starting Sept. 23 with Thirsty Perch Blues Band.

Full story: WOOD TV to host live concert series at Rosa Parks Circle for ArtPrize 2013 (Wed, 9/11)

 


 

Flint Journal:

This weekend, Genesee County children will get a chance to relax from their first couple weeks back at school with a free festival in Flint.

Full story: Perani Arena & Event Center to host 9th annual FOX66 Fall Festival (Wed, 9/11)

 


 

WKAR-TV Ch. 23 East Lansing:

On the premiere of Current Sports TV, host Al Martin talks in depth with former Spartan and NBA star Greg "Special K" Kelser. Now an announcer for Fox Sports and the Big Ten, Kelser talks about his experiences at MSU and in the NBA and offers his opinion on the controversial issue of whether or not to compensate university athletes. Also, comments by MSU athletic director Mark Hollis. (Current Sports is set to debut at 10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.

Full story: Current Sports TV | Guest: Greg Kelser | #101 (Tue, 9/3)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Troy Campbell has been hired as a general assignment reporter at Fox affiliate WXMI-TV Ch. 17 Grand Rapids. Campbell makes the move from KERO-TV in Bakersfield, CA.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 12, 2013

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Detroit Public TV's Rich Homberg will serve on National PBS Board

Detroit Public Television (WTVS-TV Ch. 56) announced Rich Homberg, president and CEO of the station, was voted by public television member stations across the country to serve as one of four station leaders elected to serve as Professional Directors on the PBS Board of Directors. He will serve a three-year term that begins on November 6 at the fall meeting of the PBS Board.

"We're very proud that Rich is joining the PBS Board," said Detroit Public TV Board of Trustees Chair Chuck Ciuni. "It's an indication of the growing recognition of Rich's leadership and how the work being done here in Detroit can be a model nationally for using public media to strengthen local communities."

"PBS and our member stations are in the midst of an exciting moment in our shared history - with the reach of our content and our system's ability to impact lives continuing to grow," said Paula Kerger, PBS president and CEO. "At the same time, our country's still-recovering economy and the media landscape's ongoing evolution challenges us to work in new ways. We are extremely fortunate to have Rich Homberg join our Board, which is composed of extraordinary leaders who give generously of their time, energy and expertise to guide our public service enterprise."

The PBS Board includes both professional directors, who lead public television stations, and general directors, who represent the general public. The membership of PBS elects the professional directors. The general directors are elected by the Board, which also appoints the PBS president and CEO.

The directors are responsible for governing and setting policy for PBS. In total, the Board comprises 27 members: 14 professional directors; 12 general directors; and the PBS president. All PBS Board members serve three-year terms without pay.

Prior to joining Detroit Public TV, Homberg was an executive for CBS Radio in Detroit.

 


 

Detroit News:

Lions. Tigers. Red Wings. Pistons. Michigan. Michigan State. Few media markets in the United States boast four major pro teams and multiple big-time college programs. Detroit does. And the fans follow. Intensely.

Full story: Radio wars are heating up in Detroit (Thu, 9/12)

 

He usually has the Old English D on his shirt, an orange polo one recent afternoon. He's always got his home Tigers cap on. Often, he's got a baseball in hand. Drew Lane, former Virginia Tech baseball player himself, has the look of a sports-talk radio host.

Full story: Local legend Drew Lane making the bumpy transition to sports talk (Thu, 9/12)

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

Former WXYT-FM (97.1) producer Matt Dery signed a contract today with Greater Media Detroit's WMGC-FM (105.1). He'll hit the Detroit Sports 105.1 radio airwaves at 7 tonight and again Friday before launching his new midday show, "The Discussion with Matt Dery," at noon Monday.

Full story: Matt Dery to host new midday radio show on Detroit Sports 105.1 (Thu, 9/12)

 


 

Grand Rapids Press:

Classic Rock WLAV (96.9) is adding a well-known air talent to its lineup with the addition of Kim Carson to the midday shift from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Carson will host her first official air shift on Thursday, Sept. 12 after having filled in on a part time basis over the past few weeks. She was most recently on the air at the Christian station JQ99, but has pulled classic rock duties before.

Full story: WLAV 96.9 names Kim Carson as new midday host (Thu, 9/12)

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 13, 2013

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TVSpy.com:

Flint, MI, NBC affiliate WEYI said goodbye to morning anchor Elizabeth MacFarland after six years with the station.

Full story: WEYI Says Goodbye to Morning Anchor Elizabeth MacFarland (Fri, 9/13)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Cleveland public radio outlet WJCU will salute "CKLW 1970'' Saturday afternoon (Sept. 14) from 3:00 to 5:30 (Eastern Time). Listen online at wjcu.org.
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  • Radio ratings company Arbitron has released its latest rankings of market sizes across the USA. The Detroit market has fallen once again, this time from the 11th largest to the 12th largest, dropping behind Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood, FL. Grand Rapids is now the 69th largest market in the rankings, Lansing-East Lansing 127th, Flint 135th, Ann Arbor 153rd, Kalamazoo 183rd, and Traverse City-Petoskey 196th.

    The complete report here (.pdf).

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 16, 2013

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AllAccess.com:

LANSER BROADCASTING Contemporary Christian WJQK (JQ99.3)/GRAND RAPIDS-ZEELAND invited CROSS INTERNATIONAL into the studio for a two day fundraiser to help kids in HAITI. Over 350 scholarships were needed to help fill 12 classrooms, and they blew past the goal with 380 total scholarships collected.

Full story: WJQK Teams Up With Cross International (Mon, 9/16)

 


 

Radio Ink:

I met Debbie at a casino. Now that may seem like a line from a Martin Scorcese film, but when you need to stay in downtown Detroit, the casino hotels are some of the best in the city. Debbie was a breath of fresh air; she was smart, knew the market inside and out, and had a full understanding of her stations from sales to programming and everything in between.

Full story: CBS Detroit VP Debbie Kenyon (Fri, 9/13)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • FOX 2's (WJBK-TV Ch. 2 Detroit) Roop Raj moves from anchoring weekend mornings to the station's 4:30 a.m. newscast.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 17, 2013

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RadioWorld

As early as 1932, the public was becoming dissatisfied with the sound quality of AM broadcasting. They complained about low fidelity, heterodynes and squeals, AC hum on some stations and the ever-present static. The Federal Radio Commission (soon to become the FCC) started investigating the possibility of "high-fidelity" radio.

Full story: A Detroit Apex Station in 1936 (Tue, 9/17)

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 18, 2013

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Detroit News:

WJBK-TV (Channel 2) vice president and news director Dana Hahn is leaving Fox 2 for a job in Washington, D.C., Fox announced Wednesday. Hahn, who has been at Fox 2 for 17 years, is taking over as vice president and news director of Washington, D.C.'s, WTTG/WDCA-TV stations.

Full story: Longtime Fox 2 news director takes on Washington job (Wed, 9/18)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • WHFB AM 1060 Benton Harbor has been reported as back on the air, likely in a testing mode. The station, which is in the process of being sold, was observed broadcasting Adult Standards / Oldies music only with no on-air hosts or commercials.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 19, 2013

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Detroit News:

State Sen. Howard Walker's announcement last month that he won't seek re-election appears to have liberated the Traverse City Republican from having to tell potential voters what they want to hear. At an Emmet County Republican Women's luncheon Monday, Walker fielded a complaint from conservative radio host Brian Sommerfield about being one of eight Republicans who joined the Senate's 12 Democrats in voting to expand the Medicaid health insurance program for the poor.

Full story: Senator, radio host face off over lunch (Thu, 9/19)

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 23, 2013

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MLive.com:

A free sneak preview for a new PBS show called "Genealogy Roadshow" will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Detroit Public Library.

Full story: PBS to offer free 'Genealogy Roadshow' TV show sneak preview at Detroit Public Library (Mon, 9/23)

 

Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins and Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green were two of Michigan State's biggest stars in the past few years, and now both are wearing Michigan State while endorsing businesses based in the state.

Full story: Ex-Michigan State stars Kirk Cousins, Draymond Green appear on local television commercials (Wed, 9/18)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • Glenn Haege, America's Master Handyman® and host of The Handyman Show with Glenn Haege on weekends on News/Talk WJR-AM 760 Detroit, has released a newly revised and expanded version of his premiere home improvement book, "Fix it Fast and Easy" as an eBook.

    The eBook version of Fix It Fast & Easy can now be downloaded to your iPhone, iPad, Kindle, Mac and PC on Amazon.com and through the Apple iTunes bookstore for $4.99.

    Haege, who is the author of 11 home improvement books and writes a weekly column for the Detroit News, said releasing this eBook enables homeowners to easily access his clear, concise home improvement advice using the latest technology.

    "I have people call my show when they can't remember the name of a product they heard me mention, but now they can access the book on their smart phone or tablet wherever they are to get that type of information and help them with their home project," Haege said.

    In addition to hosting his local radio show on WJR-AM in Detroit Saturday and Sunday from noon to 2 p.m., it is also aired on more than 140 radio stations across the country.

    For more information, visit his website at www.masterhandyman.com.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 24, 2013

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Fine Tuning:

  • Steve Kostan exits Greater Media Classic Rock WCSX-FM 94.7 Detroit where he had been the station's evening host.

    Kostan has been a fixture in Detroit rock radio since 1977, having spent time behind the mic at WABX, W4, WRIF, and finally at WCSX in a career that has lasted over 36 years.

    He was inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011.

 


 

Detroit News:

Steve Kostan, longtime WCSX-FM (94.7) on-air personality, says he was told Monday that his contract with the Greater Media-owned station, which expires Oct. 1, would not be renewed.

Full story: WCSX pulls plug on Steve Kostan (Tue, 9/24)

 


 

TVSpy.com:

Detroit ABC affiliate WXYZ hosted a reunion for 300 past and present employees Saturday night (with video).

Full story: WXYZ Reunion Brings Together 300 Past and Present Station Employees (Tue, 9/24)

 


 

Macomb Daily:

The founder of two metro-Detroit TV networks says he may pursue legal action after his attempt to purchase a piece of Wall Street history was bungled by the auction house.

Full story: TV network owner blames auction error in Lehman Brothers sign snafu (Sun, 9/22)

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 25, 2013

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Fine Tuning:

  • Thomas Jordan has been hired by Northern Michigan NBC affiliate WPBN-TV / WTOM-TV Ch. 7/4 Traverse City/Cheboygan as its morning anchor. Prior to coming to Traverse City, Jordan was in Eugene, Ore.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 26, 2013

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Fine Tuning:

  • The Michael Savage show will be shifting timeslots in January on Cumulus' News/Talk WJR AM 760 Detroit. Savage will move from late evenings to the slot being vacated by the departure of Sean Hannity.

 


 

Detroit Public Television wins national award for "Arab American Stories"

WTVS-TV Ch. 56, Detroit Public Television, will be the recipient of the Belva Davis Broadcaster Award at the first SAG-AFTRA American Scene Awards. The awards are scheduled to take place in Los Angeles on Friday, Sept. 27 as part of the Celebration event honoring SAG-AFTRA's inaugural convention. The Inaugural National Convention Celebration is a dinner event with host Mary Hart (Entertainment Tonight). The evening includes entertainment and a special musical performance led by Dorian Holley from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

The American Scene Awards continues the tradition established in 1985 by the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists to honor union productions in the industry that realistically portray the "American Scene" by intelligently and progressively employing the talents of diverse ethnicities, people with disabilities, women, seniors, people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender, and other misrepresented or underrepresented groups.

Joining Detroit Public Television in receiving a 2013 American Scene Award are ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager and Universal Music Group.

Jenny O'Hara, co-chair of the SAG-AFTRA Honors and Tributes Committee said of the "Belva Davis" Broadcaster Award recipient, "'Arab American Stories' presents a varied and multifaceted view of Arab-Americans from all walks of life. This series has given audiences an opportunity to learn about the significant contributions of those featured to their professions, communities and the world at large in a format which is highly entertaining and relatable."

"We're extremely pleased that 'Arab American Stories' has been selected to receive this honor," said Detroit Public Television President and CEO Rich Homberg. "The series explores the diversity of the Arab-American experience and we thank SAG-AFTRA for recognizing the power of public media to promote greater understanding of misrepresented or underrepresented groups in our communities." Host/narrator Neda Ulaby of National Public Radio will accept on his behalf.

Past recipients of the AFTRA American Scene Award have included American Idol, Sesame Street and the Children's Television Workshop, Modern Family, Parenthood, The Voice, As the World Turns, Warner Bros. Records/Nashville, ABC7/WLS-TV Chicago, KCBS/KCAL Los Angeles and the WGBH Educational Foundation, among many other industry leaders.

Based on the Emmy Award-winning success of "Arab American Stories", Detroit Public Television, in cooperation with public television stations and local libraries, has also launched a series of community events in cities throughout America to increase public understanding of Arab American contributions to society. The outreach project is funded by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Mich.

"Arab American Stories" was produced by Alicia Sams, also the producer/director of the Emmy Award-winning film "By the People: The Election of Barack Obama." For more information, visit arabamericanstories.org.

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 27, 2013

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Detroit News / Associated Press:

A museum is planned in Detroit to honor WGPR-TV, one of the first black owned and operated television stations in the U.S. The WGPR-TV Historical Society is set to discuss its plans for the museum during a news event on Friday. The museum will be established within the WGPR studios in Detroit.

Full story: Museum planned about pioneering Michigan TV station (Fri, 9/27)

 


 

TVSpy.com:

LIN Media has announced the retirement of Scott Blumenthal, executive vice president television and the appointment of his successor, Jay Howell ... He was hired by LIN in 1983 as local sales manager for WISH in Indianapolis and was named president and general manager of WOOD and WOTV in Grand Rapids, MI, in 1994.

Full story: LIN Announces Blumenthal Retiring, Names Howell Successor (Fri, 9/27)

 

Newsmakers and links: Sep. 30, 2013

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Fine Tuning:

  • Sean Baligian, current ESPN 96.1 Grand Rapids host and ex of WDFN Detroit, will join Dean La Douceur on his "On The Dean's List" podcast on Wednesday, October 2nd at 11:00 a.m.

    Baligian can also be found on the air on Fox 2 Detroit's Sunday Night Round Table and Fantasy Football Geekly webcasts. He's also works on Plymouth Whalers OHL broadcasts, for the State Champs! TV show, as the voice of Wayne State football play-by-play, and also pens MLive.com's Fantasy Football Geekly blog.
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  • Arbitron is officially no more as Nielsen closes on its purchase of the radio ratings giant and rebrands the service as 'Nielsen Audio'.

 

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