MPA understands that journalists are the first to respond to emergent situations…right behind police, EMT and Fire personnel…and doing the job of reporting these events can lead to stress and trauma. Visual trauma is one of the most difficult to deal with effectively.Read More
Gray Television’s WLUC-TV (Marquette) has announced the addition of a brand-new investigative reporting franchise beginning in March.
“TV6 Investigates” will be a recurring series involving investigative reports of local issues that affect communities and viewers in Upper Michigan.Read More
WCMU Public Media, celebrating its 50th anniversary has announced that it has several new services. As of March 1, the station is offering its radio listeners expanded news coverage and a 24/7 classical service.Read More
WILX-TV (Lansing) kicked off it’s “Make an Impact” initiative for the year by partnering with the Michigan chapter of Communities In Schools the week of February 20. The goal of Communities In Schools is to ensure that every student, regardless of race, zip code or socioeconomic background has what they need to realize their potential in school and beyond.Read More
March may not have any of the regular FCC filing deadlines, but there are still plenty of regulatory activities going on this month that should grab the attention of any broadcast or media company.Read More
MAB’s Lansing-based lobbyist firm Kelley Cawthorne has announced its merger with Ohio-based Pappas & Associates. In a press release, the company writes: “With this merger, we will be able to provide our clients with an even higher level of service than we can offer today.Read More