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WXMI-TV ‘Pay it Forward’ Awards Gala Recognizes 2023 Winners

Each month, Scripps’ Media’s WXMI-TV (Grand Rapids) recognizes someone doing good in West Michigan as the station’s “Pay it Forward Person of the Month.”On Thursday, January 25, all of the monthly winners from 2023 were honored during the annual WXMI-TV “Pay it Forward” Awards Gala at Frederik Meijer Gardens. One winner was also named the FOX 17 and Lake Michigan Credit Union Pay it Forward Person of the Year.

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WHTS-FM Announces Lineup Change

Jackie Green

Cumulus Media’s WHTS-FM (Grand Rapids) has announced that “Gray and Green” morning show co-host Jackie Green has elected to cut back her daily schedule and move to the station’s afternoon shift.  Green has co-hosted mornings alongside Rachael Gray for nearly four-and-a-half years.

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Applications Now Open: 2024 Celebration of Service to America Awards

The NAB Leadership Foundation’s annual Celebration of Service to America Awards shine a light on television stations, radio stations and ownership groups who make a positive difference in their communities. The awards recognize broadcasters who consistently strive to improve and inspire the lives of others.

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Gottheimer Announces New Action Against Automakers Discontinuing AM Radio in Electric Vehicles

On January 29, 2024, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) announced new action to protect AM radio in electric vehicles and ensure potential buyers know which cars and trucks have AM radio and those that don’t. AM radio is a vital public safety and emergency management tool that has served as the sole lifeline during times of crisis like 9/11, Hurricane Sandy, and other major storms and floods.

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2024 Update on Super Bowl Advertising and Promotions

Mitchell Stabbe

Given the value of the Super Bowl franchise, it is not surprising that the NFL is extremely aggressive in protecting its golden goose from anything it views as unauthorized efforts to trade off the goodwill associated with the mark or the game. Accordingly, with the coin toss almost upon us, advertisers should take special care before publishing or engaging in advertising or other promotional activities that refer to the Super Bowl.

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