I started my radio career at the age of 19 while earning my degree from the University of Michigan. My first passion was sports broadcasting, and I spent years as a play-by-play man for basketball, football and hockey games. I also hosted pre-game shows for U of M football and basketball.
I then moved onto the Detroit market where I worked for many years at various stations and formats as an on-air personality and Production Director. I developed an interest for advertising and marketing, and left radio to pursue a new career. For more than 15 years, I served as a General Manager and Owner of three local ad agencies.
Now having returned to radio, I am enjoying my time as a news anchor and producer. It is a pleasure working for such a legendary station as WWJ.
Wooten expects to see more and more stores and malls opening earlier and earlier on Thanksgiving Day in the future.
Pit-bull owners in Ypsilanti Township who don’t have their dogs spayed or neutered could face jail time.
Detroit police, firefighters and thousands of volunteers are getting ready for Angels Night, and a big part of the effort is a curfew that’ll go into effect tonight.
The bill that would allow a spouse, relative, guardian or practitioner to petition to force an individual to be sent for treatment if believed to be a danger to themselves or others.
A man was taken to the hospital after his single-engine, two-seat plane crashed near the Ann Arbor Municipal Airport.
Shawn Weimer was arrested a month ago after allowing his young daughter to drive him to a convenience store because he had been drinking.
A life sentence has been issued in the 2007 shooting death of a former Detroit News reporter.