Michigan Matters focuses on controversial issues concerning the metro Detroit area. The program is hosted by CBS 62 Senior Producer and Detroit Free Press Columnist Carol Cain who has shared her perspective on local and national radio and TV shows for over a decade. In addition to one-on-one interviews, a high-profile panel of metro Detroit political, business and community leaders will join her for roundtable discussions. Regular panelists will include L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland County Executive; and Denise Ilitch, President of Ilitch Enterprises.
Watch Michigan Matters Sundays at 11:30 a.m.
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain invites Judge Greg Mathis to the interview set and the roundtable for a lively discussion on Detroit’s bankruptcy issues. Business Executive Denise Ilitch and John Truscott of Truscott/Rossman Public Relations join in the conversation.
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain discusses the business behind executing large scale events like the recent July 4th fireworks, the Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the North American International Auto Show.
This week on a special edition repeat of Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain and Chief Videographer Paul Pytlowany travel to Mackinac Island for the Detroit Regional Chamber’s 33rd annual Mackinac Policy Conference.
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain is putting a focus on issues impacting senior citizens.
Host Carol Cain takes an in depth look at the companies, universities, and organizations who are going the extra mile to retrain and address workforce divide/talent gap.
On this week’s Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain brings you all the highlights from the fourth and final “Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics” breakfast forum.
Rev. Wendell Anthony of the Detroit Chapter of the NAACP talks about the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Freedom Walk in Detroit.
There was much attention paid to serious issues like education, politics and the economy –but there were some lighter moments, too.
What’s ahead for the state that put the world on wheels? A big time talent gap with over 63,000 jobs unfilled because of a talent disconnect. It’s a problem that threatens our state.
Illiteracy is a huge problem in our state, but there are many organizations working to address the crisis.