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Enhance Radio: jācapps Demo for Michigan Broadcasters

The MAB continues to work on preserving AM radio’s presence in vehicles, but as automotive technology continues to evolve, there is a growing trend towards digital and streaming services in car entertainment systems. On Thursday, June 8th at Noon ET, the MAB is offering a special, free webinar for member stations looking to learn more about developing apps to enhance their station’s presence.

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Book Your 2023 ABIP Inspection Now

Scheduling is underway for the 2023 Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program (ABIP). The ABIP is a unique partnership between the MAB and the FCC under which stations that participate can receive a three-year exemption from routine FCC inspections.

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WCMU’s Hamlett to Join Milwaukee PBS

Debbie Hamlett

WCMU (Mt. Pleasant) Public Media Executive Director and General Manager Debbie Hamlett has announced her resignation to join Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Milwaukee PBS as its Vice President and General Manager, effective June 12.

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Former MAB Chair Diane Kniowski Retires

Former MAB Chair and former WOOD-TV Vice-President and General Manager Diane Kniowski has announced her retirement.  Kniowski leaves her position as Chief Local Media Officer for Univision Communications Inc., the leading Spanish-language media and content company in the United States.

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Detroit Legend Dave Prince Dies at 91

Motor City Radio Flashbacks reports the sad news that Detroit radio legend Dave Prince has passed last week at the age of 91.  Prince spent 45 years in broadcasting, working at WPAG (as Dave Pringle), WKMH, WXYZ, WCAR, WCZY and CKLW.

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June Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters – EEO, Rulemaking Comments, AM Congressional Hearings, and More

David Oxenford

Though school is out for many, the FCC does not take a summer recess. Instead, regulation continues. While the pace of new FCC regulatory issues for broadcasters has slowed, perhaps pending the confirmation of a new Commissioner and the return of the FCC to full strength, there are still regulatory matters in June worth watching. Some are routine, others look more to the future – but all are worth watching just the same.

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