While the Detroit Tigers may not have topped the 3 million fan mark this season, people were watching. Since the start of the 2014 season, Tigers telecasts on Fox Sports Detroit averaged 156,000 viewers and a 8.59 rating in prime time, making it the most-viewed television programming in Detroit, more than 70 percent higher than the next-best competitor.
Full story: Tigers finish with 2nd-best local TV ratings in MLB, best primetime ratings in Detroit (Thu, 10/2)
The Tigers' are going to be sitting pretty in negotiations when their current radio and TV contracts are up in the coming couple years. They continue to be an cash cow for WXYT 97.1 and Fox Sports Detroit.
Full story: Tigers push FSD to top prime-time ratings in Detroit (Thu, 10/2)
A group of eager underclassmen crowds the modern and minimalist space of the North Quad Residence Hall lobby. Students circle around three main stations of activity -- a snack table complete with lollipops advertising CBS's new series "Scorpion" (the candy apparently has a scorpion inside!), a camera and tripod set up for free headshots and North Quad's former help desk, now boasting a "WOLV-TV" sign and computers and editing stations behind the counter.
Full story: Lone WOLV: The comeback of Michigan's first and only TV network (Wed, 10/1)