The Oakland Press:
A good man, minister, journalist, father, husband and community activist, the Rev. Angelo B. Henderson of Pontiac, died this weekend of natural causes. He was 51. The night before he died, he complained of shortness of breath. He was a Pulizer Prize winner, just one of 25 black journalists to ever win journalism's highest honor. He also was a radio host at WCHB-AM and FM who made his program a platform for voices from all parts of the Detroit-area community.
Full story: Radio host from Pontiac remembered as 'good man and journalist' (Mon, 2/17)
Funeral services for journalist and radio show host Angelo Henderson begin Saturday at Swanson Funeral Home on the city's northwest side. Visitation for Mr. Henderson is from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Swanson's northwest chapel at 14751 W. McNichols in Detroit.
Full story: Funeral services start this weekend for renowned Detroit journalist, radio show host (Mon, 2/17)
Moody on the Market:
That big, lovable guy who holds down the fort weekday mornings at Mid-West Family Broadcasting's WIRX Radio is packing up his worldly goods this week for a "too good to miss out on" opportunity with a couple of friends who are launching a new business on the south side of Las Vegas. Rex Charger, who has hosted the morning show at Rock 107 since June of 2012, will mark his last day on the air this coming Friday, February 21st and will begin his new career on March 6th with the opening of The Gold Club near the largest outdoor mall in the Las Vegas metro called Town Square.
Full story: WIRX morning man headed to Vegas (Mon, 2/17)
- Shaffee exits afternoons at Townsquare Media/Grand Rapids Rock WGRD-FM 97.9 according to his Facebook post.
- Still kissing: Two contestants as of 7:30 p.m. at LaFontaine Chevrolet in Dexter as part of a contest to win a 2-year lease on a Chevy in a contest sponsored by Cumulus Media/Ann Arbor Country WWWW-FM 102.9. The contest began on Saturday before noon - view a live stream here. to see if there was finally a winner.