The world has certainly changed dramatically since I started working at WWJ in 1990. And thanks to the internet, twitter, facebook and other new technology, you have many more options about where you get the news you need every day. But one thing hasn’t changed at Newsradio 950: Our committment to keep you informed with the most reliable up to date information to get you through your day.
Whenever you tune in to WWJ, you’ll hear the latest news, sports, business and traffic and weather together on the 8′s. And we do it 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a week, something no other station in Michigan can say. If you like what you hear, let us know. And if you think there’s something we could be doing better, we want to hear that, too.
When I’m not at work, you’ll likely find me spending time at home with my beautiful wife Brooke and daughter Natalie, and our little chihuaha-terrier dog Renee, and a couple of trouble-making cats!
When I’m not watching movies or “The Simpsons,” I can often be found indulging in my lifelong Detroit Tiger addiction, or wasting time playing fantasty baseball.
You can hear me Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
It’s a dream come true for a local teen who will get the opportunity to travel to Russia to learn dance from one of the most famous ballet companies in the world.
It’s a shocking statistic: One in three teens are the victims of dating violence or abuse. That’s why Olympic Gold Medal Gymnast and Michigan native Jordyn Wieber is teaming up with Mary Kay’s “Don’t Look Away” campaign to help stop teen dating violence.
Genrich plans to attend Wayne State University in the fall, majoring in journalism.
A 7th grader at Iroquois Middle School, in the Chippewa Valley Schools, is the grand prize winner of Metro Parent’s Cover Kids Contest
More than 5,000 young drivers between 15 and 20 are killed in car crashes each year in the U.S. Learn more about a program designed to reduce those numbers.
“Even if you’re watching TV, you can do a little dance battle if you want to, or do jumping jacks,” says Marissa Orzame.
Dominic Fortuna, who grew up in the Detroit area and still lives in Northern Michigan, plays the part of Frank Abagnale
You call yourself a Detroit Tigers fan, but how much do you really know about the team?
How do you make sure kids get an education if they don’t even have a place to call home?
It’s a big problem facing thousands of student athletes every year…sports-related concussions.