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Partim orba seductaque. Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque. Deducite usu montibus igni tegit dixere campoque quem nulli. Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque.

Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque. Deducite usu montibus igni tegit dixere campoque quem nulli. Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque.

Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque.Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque.Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque. Deducite usu montibus igni tegit dixere campoque quem nulli. Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque.

Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque.Deducite usu montibus igni tegit dixere campoque quem nulli.

Porrexerat mutatas ita campos caelum viseret locoque rudis. Homini tollere aer caeli acervo. Occiduo onus origo zonae iapeto inminet nulli elementaque.Deducite usu montibus igni tegit dixere campoque quem nulli.

Michigan Public Radio Stations Win PMJA Awards

By kelley@michmab.com | June 14, 2024

Five Michigan public radio stations were recognized by the Public Media Journalists Association (PMJA).  Each year, PMJA recognizes the best of local public radio news in a wide array of categories. Interlochen Public Radio, WKAR Public Media, WMUK-FM, WDET-FM and Michigan Public all received accolades for their work.

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Former WXYZ-TV Reporter/Anchor Doris Biscoe Dies at 77

By kelley@michmab.com | June 14, 2024

Doris Biscoe, a trailblazing newswoman who worked as a reporter and anchor for WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) for more than 25 years, died Friday, according to the station. Biscoe was 77.

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WKAR-FM Debuts “Showtunes Across the Mitten”

By kelley@michmab.com | June 14, 2024

WKAR-FM (East Lansing) has announced the debut of “Showtunes Across the Mitten,” a new radio show dedicated to celebrating the rich tradition of musical theatre in mid-Michigan. Debuting last Friday (6/7), the new show promises to connect listeners with the best of musical theatre, past and present.

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MSU Student Radio Impact 89FM to Celebrate 35 Years!

By kelley@michmab.com | June 14, 2024

On Saturday, June 22, student-run WDBM-FM/Impact 89FM (East Lansing) will celebrate its 35th Anniversary with a celebration for alumni and friends of all iterations of MSU Student Radio and Impact 89FM.

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Jade Springart Promoted to Director of Rock Programming at Beasley Media Group Detroit

By kelley@michmab.com | June 7, 2024

Beasley Media Group announced yesterday (6/5) that WRIF-FM (Detroit) Program Director Jade Springart has been promoted to Director of Rock Programming at the company’s Detroit cluster. In her new role, Springart will add legendary Classic Rock station 94.7 WCSX-FM to her programming duties. She will begin her new position immediately.

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Debbie Kenyon & Julie Koehn Named to ’75 Most Influential Women in Radio’ List by Radio Ink Magazine

By kelley@michmab.com | June 7, 2024

RadioInk Magazine has announced its 2024 list of the 75 most influential women in radio for and two Michigan broadcasters have made the list. Audacy/Detroit SVP and Market Manager Debbie Kenyon and Lenawee Broadcasting President and GM/Southeast Michigan Media Owner/President/GM Julie Koehn received the honors from the magazine.

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Erb Foundation Provides $7.5M Challenge to Fund New Detroit PBS Media Campus

By kelley@michmab.com | June 7, 2024

Detroit PBS, the community-owned, nonprofit media organization that has served Southeast Michigan since 1955, announced last week (5/30), the lead philanthropic gift of its campaign to support a move of its headquarters to the City of Detroit. The Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation has reflected the passion its founders had for the organization and its mission during their lifetimes by granting a $7.5 million challenge to the organization as a 1:1 philanthropic match.

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WMXD’s Gerald McBride Writes and Directs New Sports Movie

By kelley@michmab.com | June 7, 2024

The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press both report that a new movie about a team of Black hockey players in Detroit has its premiere at area theaters last Friday (5/31).  The movie is written, directed and produced by longtime Detroit radio host Gerald McBride, who has been on the air on WMXD-FM (Detroit) for 25 years.

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Trump Verdict Raises Concerns About A Nasty Election Campaign Getting Nastier – Looking at a Broadcaster’s Potential Liability for Attack Ads

By kelley@michmab.com | June 7, 2024

Given the potential for a nasty election season getting even nastier, we thought that we would revisit our warning about broadcasters needing to assess the content of attack ads – particularly those from non-candidate groups.

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WDIV-TV Teams with the Michigan Chronicle for Historic 24-hour Streaming Event

By kelley@michmab.com | May 31, 2024

Graham Media Group’s WDIV-TV (Detroit) (Local 4) in an unprecedented collaboration with the Michigan Chronicle, has announced a historic 24-hour streaming event on June 3, beginning at 6 a.m. and ending on June 4 at 6 a.m. Anchor/Reporter Karen Drew will spend 24 nonstop hours in the community of Highland Park celebrating the extraordinary achievements of Mama Shu and addressing the victories and ongoing needs of the city.

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