Category: News

Former State Rep. Todd Courser gets radio talk show

In this Jan. 14, 2015 file photo, Rep. Cindy Gamrat, R-Plainwell, and Rep Todd Courser, R-Lapeer wave to reporters in the House of Representatives in Lansing, Mich. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced Friday, Feb. 26, 2016 that the two Michigan lawmakers who were forced from office over an extramarital affair are being charged with felonies. Courser is being charged with perjury for lying under oath during testimony to lawmakers, which is punishable by up to 15 years in prison. Gamrat is being charged with misconduct in office, punishable by five year in prison. (Dale G. Young /Detroit News...

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Disgraced former state Rep. Todd Courser to host AM radio show

After Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson backed out of a 910 AM radio show due to his re-election campaign, the station is bringing in the real GOP talent: disgraced former state Rep. Todd Courser. Courser — who was charged in February with lying under oath and three counts of misconduct in office after an attempted cover-up of an affair involving his fellow Tea Party lawmaker, former state Rep. Cindy Gamrat — will host the 4-5 p.m. slot for the Southfield-based station on Saturdays beginning April 30. The show will feature Courser “saying what needs to be said and...

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910AM Superstation to Broadcast Live at the Upcoming Mackinac Policy Conference

DETROIT, MICHIGAN—910AM Superstation will be broadcasting LIVE from the Mackinac Policy Conference in an authentic Wells Fargo Stagecoach May 31st through June 3rd.  This Stagecoach will be around the Grand Hotel and special interviews will be held inside throughout the conference. With the spotty reception that is sometimes experienced on Mackinac Island, 910AM Superstation will be bringing a portable uplink dish to secure a clear signal and reception. Steve Hood, Ralph Godbee, Bankole Thompson, Karen Dumas and Cliff Russell will all be broadcasting LIVE at this event. MEDIA CONTACT: MORT MEISNER ASSOCIATES, MORT MEISNER,...

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WADL-TV owner Kevin Adell buys radio station, plans for mega water park.

As media moguls go, Oakland County resident Kevin Adell, 49, keeps a pretty low profile, although you might bump into him at a classic car show or the annual Concours D’Elegance (a collector, Adell has about 80 vehicles, including the original Batmobile). Press shy, Adell rarely grants interviews, but he reached out to the Jewish News to share what’s new with his business and his exciting plans for the future. His father and uncles owned an auto company that supplied door guards to the Big Three. Always a gearhead, Adell’s initial career plans were to own a car dealership....

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‘The Word Network’ holds telethon for Flint

SOUTHFIELD (WJRT) – (2/1/16) – Help has come in from different cities and states, but Monday night, Flint’s story was broadcast around the world on the popular religious TV station, The Word Network. Baltimore Pastor Jamal Bryant, who spent the day in Flint, turned his monthly program, ‘The Empowerment Encounter’ into the ‘Water Telethon for Flint’ at the network’s Southfield studios. 100 percent of the donations will be turned over to the Concerned Pastors of Flint…to be used for not just water, but for rebuilding a city impacted by lead for years to come. “The equity of their home...

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