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Michigan Broadcasters Note Value of Public Service

Michigan Broadcasters Note Value of Public Service

Broadcasters in Michigan are tooting their trumpet with the help of government officials.
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters, state lawmakers and officials from human service agencies this week are saluting community service contributions of the state’s commercial radio and TV stations, which MAB puts at a record $330 million in the most recent year.
MAB Board Vice Chairman Bart Brandmiller and President Karole White arranged to present representatives of House and Senate leadership with a “ceremonial check” representing the value of community service contributions, as calculated in a study by Public Opinion Strategies.
The association is one of the largest in the country, with some 300 stations covering 4,000 employees in broadcasting.