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Times Demand Great Forethought, Consideration

It’s a keen sign of our times where unprecedented political and social divides are necessitating companies, groups and organizations of all types thoroughly and thoughtfully consider who and what they publicly say, support and endorse. It is a reality being painfully realized this week by the Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce. After endorsing Republican Michigan … Continued

Catholic Church Must Practice What It Preaches

The news outlet that broke the Catholic Church scandal in 2002 – the venerable Boston Globe – has once again gotten the story right in a just published editorial, “Law Enforcement Must Clean Up the Catholic Church.” The first line of the piece says it all: “Time’s up for Pope Francis and the leaders of … Continued

The Search for Common Ground on the Gridiron

With the official kickoff to a brand new NFL season just a couple of weeks away, we appear still mired in the discussion on the national anthem. Same old controversy, different day? Perhaps. Even with each new development – most recently ESPN’s decision not to broadcast the anthem during its live Monday Night Football telecasts … Continued

“At Home With The McAllisters” Sounds, Feels Like Home

In March, Crain’s Detroit Business reporter Annalise Frank broke the news of the debut of new online streaming radio/video programming via New Media Radio. As summer progresses so too does the look and sound of shows in three different dayparts – all available live online and via the App and through podcast – including former … Continued

910AM Superstation: Balancing Controversial With Relevant

To survive, thrive and stand out from the competition, all mediums, including terrestrial radio, have to expertly position themselves like never before as unique destinations that offer true value propositions. That’s why this week’s piece on 910AM Superstation in Deadline Detroit misses the mark. A few thoughts follow. When the Kevin Adell-owned and operated station … Continued