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.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talked about what mattered most to her as a grandmother and a statesman during her visit to Detroit at a small gathering of supporters.
Things are a changing in Detroit as Thom Connors, who runs Cobo Center, talked about during a far flung conversation on “Michigan Matters” about the convention center and its growing impact on the Motor City.
Carol Cain talks to the Roundtable of Karen Delhey, artist representative for the Ann Arbor Art Fair, Don Kline, of TheRide, Mary Kerr of the Ann Arbor Convention and Visitors Bureau, Cedric Ballarin of Faureca North America CATCH organizer Jim Hughes and Jim Berline, founder of the Berline advertising agency.
‘Michigan Matters’ Looks At Red Hot Happenings! Dinosauria, Woodward Dream Cruise, Detroit Jazz Festival
With the July 4th holiday upon us, the spotlight falls on things to do on “Michigan Matters” where community leaders appear to talk about things like a new wolf exhibit and the Dinosauria display with dozens of real life replica creatures at the Detroit Zoo.
CBS 62’s ‘Michigan Matters’ Exclusive: The CEOs Sound Off About The Media, Talent Gap, Black Business
What did Matt Moroun have to say about the media’s coverage of his family’s vast business holdings including the Ambassador Bridge and downtown Detroit train station?
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel, the lone opponent among the region’s Big Four political leaders of the Great lakes Water Board Authority, talked about what comes next during a discussion on “Michigan Matters.”
From how to pay for Michigan’s woeful roads, to fixing DPS, to keeping the momentum of the Motor City’s downtown going, leaders discussed key issues impacting the region.
It was a fast paced discussion about Detroit, the Grand Prix, careers and the role of women in business as three female CEOs took time out to appear on “Michigan Matters” to talk about it.
Finding solutions to the daunting challenges facing Detroit Public Schools and other embattled districts was the hot topic at the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” sold-out forum held at the Detroit Athletic Club.
What do you do when you think the media has done you wrong?