Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton is joining 910AM Superstation’s revamped lineup with his daily talk radio program, “Keepin It Real.”
Public radio’s WDET is investigating the case against Henderson to determine whether he should retain his $90,000-a-year job as the host of a one-hour daily radio show.
Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley and former Detroit City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson are the latest voices to be added to a new lineup on 910AM Superstation.
The Detroit News’ Nolan Finley and Muckraker’s Steve Neavling will host daily radio shows on 910AM Superstation beginning next month.
Few journalists are willing to tackle the complex issues of race, poverty and community in Detroit like Bankole Thompson.
Thompson hosted “Redline with Bankole Thompson” on WDET for a year, shedding light on poverty, racial disparities and problems plaguing Detroit’s schools.
Mayor Mike Duggan is expected to make an announcement soon that the host will leave public radio for the public sector.
We must honor his legacy by continuing the work he started. Don’t wait, jump in and find a cause you are passionate about and do it in the name of Angelo.
Henderson later turned to ministry and became an important voice for Detroiters.
Bell was also honored by the Great Lakes region of the National Association of Television and Radio Announcers.