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National EAS Test Successful in Michigan and Nationwide

This past Wednesday’s (10/4) nationwide tests of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts appear to be a success both in Michigan and across the nation.  The EAS test this year was conducted using the Internet IPAWS CAP feed to EAS units located in each EAS participant’s facility.

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WXYZ-TV Set to Celebrate 75th Anniversary

Scripps Media’s WXYZ-TV (Detroit) is celebrating its 75th anniversary this month.  For 75 years, WXYZ has served the people of Southeast Michigan and covered the stories that connect, inform and strengthen our communities.

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Jim Geyer Retires from WLNS-TV

Longtime WLNS-TV (Lansing) Meteorologist Jim Geyer has retired.  Geyer delivered his last forecast last Friday (9/29) following tribute videos to his 40+ year broadcasting career.

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WOOD-TV Names Tom Hillen as New co-Host of eightWest!

WOOD-TV (Grand Rapids) has announced a new chapter for its lifestyle show eightWest! Tom Hillen has been named as the new co-host of the show, following the announcement of Terri DeBoer’s retirement. A familiar face to WOOD TV8 viewers, Hillen joined Rachael Ruiz on the iconic purple couch starting this past Monday (10/2).

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WLUN Rebrands as “100.9 The Mitt”

Michigan Radio Communications WLUN-FM (Saginaw) has rebranded from “ESPN 100.9” to “Sports Radio 100.9 The Mitt.”   This change took place this past Monday afternoon at 5, following nearly two days of stunting

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WKAR Celebrates 50 years of Radio Reading Service

On October 1, 1973, WKAR Radio at Michigan State University launched a special audio service to provide news, information, and entertainment to those with trouble seeing or reading the printed word. Originally launched as The Radio Talking Book, this week WKAR Radio Reading Service celebrates 50 years on the air serving the mid-Michigan community.

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