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MAPB News

  • Future Journalists to Join Tim Skubick in Special ‘Off The Record’

    This weekend, on a special edition of WKAR (East Lansing) Public Media’s Off The Record program, three current students in the School of Journalism at Michigan State University talk with senior capitol correspondent and Off the Record anchor Tim Skubick about why they are motivated to enter this profession, how they view the role social… read more

  • WDET Launches ‘The Don Was Motor City Playlist’

    WDET-FM (Detroit) has announced that Blue Note Records President, six-time Grammy Award Winner and music industry powerhouse Don Was is launching a weekly broadcast program Friday, April 16 in his hometown of Detroit. On the new two-hour show, “The Don Was Motor City Playlist,” Was will dig deep into his music archives to curate playlists… read more

  • WEMU Hosts Pop Up Fundraisers

    By: Molly Motherwell General Manager, WEMU Broadcast media had to pivot quickly when the pandemic hit and everything shut down. In addition to trying to adjust to work from home, soothing an anxious staff and audience, and trying to handle the avalanche of news and information that came our way, WEMU and other public broadcasters… read more

  • Michigan Radio’s Steve Schram appointed to Nielsen Audio Advisory Council

    Steve Schram, Executive Director and General Manager of Michigan Radio – WUOM, Ann Arbor, has been selected to serve as the sole representative for Public Radio on the Nielsen Audio Advisory Council. The Council is a forum for Nielsen clients to share their interests, concerns, and suggestion about Nielsen’s service and to hear the perspective… read more

  • WDET Launches Campaign to Purchase New Transmitter

    Wayne State University’s WDET-FM (Detroit) has launched a campaign to raise the money required to replace its aging 21-year old main transmitter.  The transmitter failed in January and since then the station has been operating in its 34-year old backup transmitter and notes that it is also not working properly.  The station says some listeners… read more

  • Congress Approves Relief for Public Media Stations

    On March 10, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Senate coronavirus relief legislation.  Within this legislation was $175 million in COVID-related assistance for the nation’s 1,400 public radio and television stations. The funds, to be distributed by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, will help maintain local stations’ enhanced programming and services, and protect the… read more

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