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WGHN Launches “94.9 The Channel”

WGHN (Grand Haven) has announced the launch of 94.9 The Channel, Grand Haven’s Finest Rock. The Channel is a Rock based station that includes music that came out on vinyl, cassettes and CD’s, spanning the genre.

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Blarney Stone Donates Grayling AM to Relevant Radio

On August 31, Blarney Stone Broadcasting filed an application to transfer the license of its WMQU-AM (Grayling) to non-commercial religious operator Relevant Radio. Relevant Radio is a radio network in the United States, mainly broadcasting talk radio and religious programming involving the Catholic Church.

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Mike Stone Announces Final Season at 97.1 The Ticket

Back to News Mike Stone Announces Final Season at 97.1 The Ticket August 25, 2023 Audacy Detroit announced this week that Mike Stone is in his final season as cohost of the morning show on 97.1 The Ticket. He will stay with the show which airs weekdays from 6-10 a.m. through the NFL season and…

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Dana Marshall Comes Back to WKFR in Kalamazoo

Back to News Dana Marshall Comes Back to WKFR in Kalamazoo August 25, 2023 From InsideRadio Dana Marshall is back on the airwaves as the Director of Content and PD/Morning Host at WKFR-FM 101.3 with Townsquare Media Kalamazoo. “I’ll be back on the air in Kalamazoo doing mornings at 103.3 WKFR starting this coming Monday…

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WRSR Celebrates 20 Years of Rockin’ Flint!

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Special Thanks to Jeremy Fenech for sharing! Krol Communication’s 103.9 The Fox, WRSR-FM (Owosso/Flint, is celebrating 20 years of playing classic rock in the Flint market.  As current Program Director Jeremy Fenech tells it, then-Cumulus-owned station, under the local direction and leadership of Flint radio legend Jeff Wade, made the switch at noon on September…

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WLUC-TV’s Rick Rhodes Stays ‘Yooper Strong’

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On March 30, WLUC-TV (Marquette) General Manager Rick Rhodes took to the air to deliver a message to his station’s audience in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula:  “Keep being Yooper Strong.” The message came toward the end of a message that emphasized safety and the need to take seriously the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order by the…

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