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Michigan Public Welcomes The Moth Mainstage to Detroit June 14

Michigan Public and Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts will present a live performance of The Moth Mainstage in Detroit on Friday, June 14, 2024 at 8:00 p.m. The Moth Mainstage features a line-up of writers, performers, and other unique national and Michigan storytellers, each with a ten-minute story to tell live without notes.

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Gray Television Salutes WNEM-TV on 70 Years of Service to its Community

This past week on a Facebook post, Gray Television highlighted the 70 year birthdays of three of its television stations nationwide, including its WNEM-TV (Saginaw). The company posted a video featuring each station’s General Managers, including WNEM’s Ken Frierson talking about their station’s history and the service they provide to their communities.

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WMYD Airing Five Detroit Pistons Games

On March 28, the Detroit Pistons announced that the organization will partner with Scripps Sports to broadcast five of the club’s remaining nine games over-the-air on TV-20 Detroit (WMYD-TV). It will mark the team’s first extended relationship with an over-the-air carrier since the 2007-08 season.

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Detroit Stations Launch Start Over, Datacasting to Boost NextGen TV

Detroit Television’s NextGen TV development was highlighted this week (4/1) in Broadcasting and Cable. NextGen TV has been on the air in Detroit for more than three years. At this point, not too many people are tuning in, but broadcasters there are using the market as a laboratory, testing features and getting ready for when more viewers are paying attention.

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Amber Krycka Joins WOOD-TV as Anchor

Nexstar Media’s WOOD-TV (Grand Rapids) has announced the hiring of Amber Krycka as a main evening anchor. Kyrcka co-anchors with award-winning journalist Brian Sterling weeknights on News 8 at 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.

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Bob Flynn Retires After 46 Years at WCSR

After more than 40 years on the air, Hillsdale radio icon will hang up his microphone at the end of the week.  Bob Flynn is retiring from McKibbin Media’s WCSR-AM/FM. Bob’s radio career began as a part-timer during the summer of 1978 with WCSR.

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Terri Ray Celebrates 40 years with WKLT

Terri Ray, Program Director and midday talent at Midwestern Broadcasting Company’s WKLT-FM (Kalkaska/Traverse City) is celebrating 40 years at the station.  Named one of the best program directors in the nation by Radio Ink magazine, Ray started at the station (known locally as ‘KLT The Rock Station) in 1984.

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MSU’S WDBM-FM Wins National Awards

Michigan State University’s student-run radio station WDBM-FM (Impact 89FM) has been recognized for its work with national awards in the Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Competition and the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts.

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Michigan High Schoolers Tackle Vaping Through Public Service Announcements

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The Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals, in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, announced the winners of a statewide contest encouraging high school students to create public service announcements that discourage tobacco use through vaping at the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Michigan Student Broadcast Awards Luncheon & Career Fair, held March 18 in Lansing.

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