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the MAB is offering a live television/radio broadcast of the Governor's Inauguration on New Year's Day, January 1, 2015 from the State Capitol in Lansing.
The program will be hosted by Kelly Rossman-McKinney of Truscott Rossman and Chris Holman of the Michigan Business Network.
The broadcast will run from 12:00 noon until 12:56:40. It will be offered to television in HD via Galaxy 17 and to radio members via Michigan Radio Network (Saga/Learfield), Michigan News Network IP Distribution (CBS/Townsquare) as well as a web stream.
Right click here (and "save as") for specifics on television and radio coverage distribution. You may also click "read more" below to view a web version of the specifics.
We are offering this to members statewide at no-charge. If you have not contacted us yet regarding coverage or need any additional information, please contact the MAB at 800-968-7622.
For any technical issues on broadcast day, the trouble number is 517-371-1040.
Visitation Thursday, December 18, 1pm to 8pm, Lynch & Sons Funeral Home, 1328 N. Crooks Road, Clawson, MI. There will be a sharing of memories service, Thursday at 7:30pm.
Funeral, Friday, December 19, 11am, Holy Name Catholic Church, 630 Harmon, Birmingham, MI 48009.
Memorials appreciated to Focus Hope Foundation, 1355 Oakman Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48238, the Michigan Humane Society, Detroit Center for Animal Care, 7401 Chrysler Drive, Detroit, MI 48211, and the Alzheimer’s Association, 25200 Telegraph Road, STE 100, Southfield, MI 48033
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On November 19, 2014, the Michigan Association of Broadcasters held a press conference to announce the construction of its new headquarters in downtown Lansing. The conference, lead by Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, featured MAB President/CEO Karole White, Developer David Ferguson, LEAP President/CEO Bob Trezise and Downtown Neighborhood Association President Gretchen Cochran.
The development will also feature residential units consisiting of approximately 28 townhomes, 12 townhome lofts and 32 apartment studio lofts.