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A 1967 DETROIT WXYZ RADIO NEWSPAPER FLASHBACK

February 4th, 2016

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Sunday, February 26, 1967

A DETROIT RADIO BACK-PAGE

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A NEW FEATURE ON MOTOR CITY RADIO FLASHBACKS!

DETROIT FREE PRESS: WXYZ-RADIO 1270 ‘Danny Has Detroit Talking To Itself’

(Above WXYZ ad courtesy freep.com newspapers archive).

Missed the previous ‘Detroit Radio Back-Pages’ (WJBK ‘PAYOLA’) feature? GO HERE.

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FEB/03/1959: ‘AIR CRASH KILLS 3 ROCK ‘N’ ROLL STARS

February 3rd, 2016
DETROIT FREE PRESS February 4, 1959

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DETROIT FREE PRESS February 4, 1959 (Click on image 2x for largest detailed view).

DETROIT FREE PRESS February 4, 1959 (click on image 2x for largest detailed view).


REMEMBERING ON THIS DAY. BUDDY HOLLY, RICHIE VALENS, J. P. RICHARDSON

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Visit our previous ‘FEBRUARY 3, 1959‘ posts featured on MCRFB.COM HERE, HERE, and HERE.

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DETROIT MEDIA MOURNING PASSING OF DON KREMER

February 2nd, 2016

 DETROIT SPORTS BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION

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February 2, 2016
 
From DSBA Executive Board: Death of Don Kremer
 
The Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association (DSBA) joins the Detroit Sports Media in mourning the death of Don Kremer, a Past President and an Honorary Lifetime Member of the DSBA. 
 
Don was a graduate of Michigan State University. He was a former director of public relations for the Detroit Lions following his outstanding broadcasting career at WWJ-TV (Channel 4) (later renamed WDIV-TV) and WWJ-AM radio. He was part of the Detroit Tigers television broadcast team (1975-1976) and the University of Michigan football broadcasts (1960-1970) during his career. He worked on the print side for the Associated Press and The Detroit News.
 
Mr. Kremer resided in Clarkston, Michigan following his retirement. Funeral arrangements are to be determined.
 
Thank you,
Trevor Thompson, DSBA President
George Eichorn, DSBA Executive Director
(586) 558-9103

MCRFB.COM REMEMBERS DETROIT SPORTS BROADCASTER DON KREMER, R.I.P.

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