I’m a Michigan native with a long resume of radio experience beginning back in 1972 with on-air and sales work at stations in Ludington, Holland and Muskegon. I worked as News Director and WOOD-AM/FM in Grand Rapids from 1987 to 1997 and also was the play-by-play voice of the Michigan White Caps before landing at WXYT in 2001.
At CBS stations 1270 XYT The Sports Station and WWJ Newsradio 950 in Detroit, I’ve held such positions as WXYT program director, afternoon drive sports anchor for WWJ and WXYT and co-host of “Inside Tigertown” with Dan Dickerson. I currently work as Managing Editor, weekdays in the WWJ Newsroom.
What better way to meet new people during the summer than to work as a lifeguard at a beach or pool?
If that’s what you’re hoping to do, it may soon become easier in Michigan.
By now every driver knows the drill: the price of gas ratchets up, there’s an outcry among motorists, and then things settle down as the higher price becomes the new normal. And unfortunately, there’s no going back to the “good ole days.”
A survey of business economists predicts economic growth will accelerate in the months ahead.
A new survey has found that heavy debt is a major turnoff in romantic relationships.
The stipend to expand horizons with an internship or summer research project will likely be handed out to students in their junior year, school officials said.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Department has cracked down on a dog fighting operation in Pontiac.
It’s not the Olympics but Detroit could play host to a major sporting event in 2013.
Some people often get headaches around the holiday seasons due to migraine triggers, doctors said.
Leading space scientist David Morrison said that the 2012 doomsday prophecies are flawed.