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Balingian (also known as
) is a town in Sarawak, Malaysia. It lies approximately east-north-east of the state capital Kuching.
writes a fantasy football blog during the football season for Mlive.com. His fantasy football column has also appeared in "The Detroit News".
On December 9, 2005, to protest the contract extension of Detroit Lions general manager Matt Millen,
organized an "Angry Fan March" at Ford Field, where several hundred fans carried signs and chanted "Fire Millen!" and other comments for about 45 minutes. "This was never about hating the Lions,"
was quoted as saying about the march. "It's about loving the Lions. We deserved better."
On October 17, 2007,
was named Best Radio Sports Talk Host by the Detroit Metro Times for the people, places and things that make metro Detroit great.
On Monday, August 17, 2009, Sean
started an afternoon drive show with Ryan Terpstra, on the new ESPN 96.1, in Grand Rapids, MI
On Tuesday, September 8, 2009, Sean
resumed hosting the morning show on WDFN from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Monday through Friday.
, a longtime sports-talk host in Metro Detroit and Grand Rapids, will take over the noon-3 p.m. slot. He officially started Nov. 2.
On January 20, 2009, it was announced by WDFN that
, among other WDFN hosts were being let go, as the station would begin to air syndicated national sports content.
Local hosts on the station included former WRIF morning show co-host Drew Lane, Matt Dery, Drew Sharp, Sean
, Tom Mazawey, Marc Fellhauer, Ryan Ermanni, Rico Beard, Lindsey Hunter and Dave Shore.
is a sports radio broadcaster who was on the Detroit sports airwaves, for WDFN and WJR. He is a native of Livonia, Michigan and graduated from Livonia Stevenson High School.
On Monday, October 24, 2011, Sean
announced that he was parting ways with WDFN and his show: Sean, Terp, and Killer, which was broadcast weekdays from 3-6pm.
In the Fall of 2014 the Patriot began covering the Detroit Catholic High School League Game of the Week. Jeremy Otto and Sean
call the action. In 2015 the station added a drive home show hosted by Brendan Johnson.
He began his radio career as a producer/reporter at WSPD in Toledo, Ohio in 1995. In 1997, he was named sports director and host of "The Evening Sports Show".
broadcast several sports for the station including OHL hockey, CCHA hockey, and was the analyst for both University of Toledo football and basketball.
On Monday, November 28, 2011, Sean
returned to ESPN 96.1 in Grand Rapids Monday thru Friday from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM, with a new show with a familiar name, "It Is What It Is". This new show is not simulcast on WDFN in Detroit like "Sean, Terp, and Killer" had been.
He began working for WDFN in May 1999 and left WSPD in August 1999 to work for WDFN full-time. He hosted the 9:00 am–12:00 pm show "It is What It Is" (a reference to a quote given to reporters by former Detroit Lions running back James Stewart) as well as a weekly fantasy football show "Fantasy Sports Geekly" which ran from August through December.
co-hosted "Ice Time," a WDFN seasonal weekly hockey program, with fellow WDFN personality Greg Brady.
would briefly work for both WDFN and WSPD again in 2004, and in May of that year he moved his Toledo afternoon sports talk show to WCWA when the station went all-sports. All three stations are owned by Clear Channel.
On Tuesday, January 20, 2009 WDFN's local sports programming was replaced with syndicated programming consisting primarily of Fox Sports Radio. Sean
signed off at noon, leading into coverage of the presidential inauguration, with no mention of changes at the station. After several weeks with no local programming aside from Pistons broadcasts, Matt Shepard returned on April 6, relaunching his live morning show, "Shep, Shower and Shave" from 6–9 am weekdays. Longtime sports director and University of Detroit Titans basketball announcer Matt Dery left the station for competitor WXYT. Rob Pascoe also joined WXYT after being released from WDFN, and on April 28, 2009, Rob Otto was also given his release.
Although only 5,000 watts it had enormous influence in the Toledo market due to unusually high ratings. Some on-air alumni of WSPD include: Connie Desmond, Art Barrie, Jim Ubelhart, Jeanne Overton, Bob Seybold, Randy Huston, Jean Shepherd, Bob Martz, Don Edwards, Neal Carmean, Chuck Parmelee, Ed Hunter, Jerry Keil, Eddie Kootz, Frank Venner, Ron Tindall, Bill Nordstrom, Ted Dalaku, Jim Donkel, Kent Slocum, Jack Mitchell, Mary Beth Zolik (Mitch & Mary Beth in the morning) Ed Burns (who had the station's first overnight country show), Gene Packard, Lee Conklin, Bill Stewart, Jude LaCava, Joe Gunderman, Dave Macy, Lee Kirk, Mike Shepherd, Pat Brogan, Deborah Boyce, Roy E. Blair - News Announcer & Broadcast Standards Manager, Rich Hoffer, Jerry Anderson, Larry Weseman, Art Edgerton, Lou Hebert, Mike Stanley, Paul Stowers, Paul W. Smith, Jim (Ted) Bayer, Doug Bermick, Maggie Moore, Paula Pennypacker, Sean
, Scott Sloan, City Councilman Dennis Lange, Mark Standriff, Dick Scott, Bob Frantz, Denny Schaffer and Brian Wilson.
WJBK currently broadcasts 63½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 10½ hours each weekday and 5½ hours on Saturdays and Sundays); in regards to the number of hours devoted to news programming, it is the highest local newscast output among all broadcast television stations in the state of Michigan, and the fourth-highest in the United States (behind Los Angeles CW affiliate KTLA's 64½ hours, Fox affiliate and former sister station under Fox Television Stations ownership, WJW in Cleveland's carriage of 65½ hours of newscasts, and WXIN in Indianapolis's carriage of 66 hours of news per week). In addition, WJBK produces a sports highlight program on Sunday nights following the 10 p.m. newscast called "Sports Works" (which is also the branding of the sports segments seen within its newscasts); the show is hosted by either WJBK sports director Dan Miller or sports anchor/reporter Woody Woodriffe, and typically features a roundtable discussion with members of the Detroit sports media including Sean
, formerly of WDFN (1130 AM); Bob Wojnowski from the "Detroit News"; Pat Caputo from the "Oakland Press" and WXYT-FM (97.1) and Tony Ortiz from WXYT-FM.
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