Newsmakers and links: Oct. 7, 2013

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WOOD-TV Ch. 8 Grand Rapids:

At the end of Thanksgiving 2013, two West Michigan Christian radio stations will become one. WaYfm and 91.3 WCSG will merge into one station on November 29. WCSG will be simulcast on WaYfm's frequencies: 89.9 in Grand Rapids, 88.3 in Kalamazoo and 89.9 in Benton Harbor. WaYfm, which is operated by Cornerstone University Radio, launched nearly 17 years ago in the Kalamazoo area. The radio format was designed to focus on the listening likes of teens and young adults.

Full story: WaYfm to dissolve; will simulcast WCSG (Sun, 10/6)

 


 

p>Grand Rapids Press:

Red Kingman may be off the airwaves for a year -- at least in West Michigan. The longtime radio personality says a non-compete clause in his contract with former employer WHTC 1450 AM keeps him from working for a competitor within a 50-mile radius of the Holland station for 12 months.

Full story: Longtime Holland conservative radio personality off airwaves, possibly for 1 year (Mon, 10/7)

 


 

Fine Tuning:

  • WHFB AM 1060 Benton Harbor is now simulcasting sister station News/Talk WIMS AM 1420 Michigan City, IN.
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  • Upcoming scheduled guests "On The Dean's List" include former Detroit radio sports / talk host Gregg Henson on Wednesday, October 9th and former WTVS-TV Ch. 56 Detroit host Larry Fobes on Wednesday, October 16th. Details at www.blogtalkradio.com/onthedeanslist.

 

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