A very huge thank you to all the stations who participated in the MAB’s day of recognition for the 2023 National Traffic Directors Day on November 2nd ! Our traffic directors and all traffic staff are very often the unsung heroes at their station, and it was wonderful seeing so many people recognized by their managers and coworkers.Read More
Ashlee Smith has joined WKAR Public Media at Michigan State University as the senior director of content and education. Smith came to WKAR in September 2023, from PBS North in Duluth, Minnesota, where she was director of content.Read More
WZMQ is asking viewers to lend a warm helping hand by bringing gently used coats, hats and gloves to 5 donation centers across the UP and Marinette, WI. Donations will be accepted in designated Operation Warm UP bins located by the front entrance inside of Goodwill stores in Marquette, Escanaba, Sault Ste. Marie, Houghton, and Marinette, WI.Read More
Impact 89FM-WDBM-FM, Michigan State University’s student-run radio station and media organization, is very excited to announce that the entire organization as well as individual staff members were recognized for their work with national awards in the College Broadcasters, Inc. National Student Production Awards as well as the College Media Association Pinnacle Awards.Read More
iHeartMedia’s WJLB-FM (Detroit) held its annual Coats for Kids fundraiser this past Saturday (11/4), supporting the Salvation Army of Metro Detroit’s mission to provide essentials for those in need. The event raised more than $23,000.Read More
Scripps Media has announced that its WMYD-TV (Detroit/TV20) will bring CW Network primetime programming back to the market starting on November 13.
CW Network programming from 8 – 10 p.m. Eastern includes shows like “All American,” “61st Street,” “Whose Line Is it, Anyway?” and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us.”Read More
In the Washington Post last weekend, an op-ed article suggested that political candidates should voluntarily renounce the use of artificial intelligence in their campaigns. The article seemed to be looking for candidates to take the actions that governments have largely thus far declined to mandate.Read More