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WLUC’s Scott Zerbel Announces Retirement!

Scott Zerbel

Veteran WLUC-TV (Marquette) (TV6) broadcaster Scott Zerbel has announced his pending retirement after 38 years at the station. TV6 Vice President and General Manager Rick Rhoades says Zerbel will be hard to replace. “Scott brings a wealth knowledge and experience with him to work every day. His career in unique in broadcasting. Typically, broadcasters work…

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Tom Millikan Upped To Assistant Brand Manager At WXYT-FM

Tom Millikan

Audacy Detroit has announced the promotion of Tom Millikan to Assistant Brand Manager of 97.1 The Ticket (WXYT-FM).  Millikan will continue in his role as executive producer of the station’s “The Morning Show with Stoney and Jansen.” “Tom has done an outstanding job as an executive producer and has played a vital role in the…

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Anthony “Tony” L. Bruscato: 1953-2022

Anthony “Tony” L. Bruscato

The MAB is sad to pass word that Tony Bruscato, long-time Plymouth Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Director passed May 6 at age 68.  Bruscato began his career in radio after graduating from Indiana University with a BA in Broadcasting.  His career began in Iowa and later to Port Huron, Michigan.  He then moved into journalism…

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WDET Partners with StoryCorps to Foster Connection Across America’s Political Divides

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WDET-FM (Detroit) has partnered with StoryCorps — the national nonprofit dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs — as part of StoryCorps’ One Small Step Radio Station Hubs project. Citizens from across the political spectrum are invited to participate by signing up at WDET is one…

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Landowners Warned of Potential Liability of Up to $2,000,000 for Pirate Radio Operations on Their Property

David Oxenford

By: David Oxenford, Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP The FCC (5/4/22) made public four letters to landowners warning them that there were unlicensed FM radio operations coming from their properties and warning that, if the transmissions continued past the 10-business day response period, the landowners could be held liable for penalties up to $2,000,000 for the unlicensed operations coming from their…

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