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No funerals for 910 AM

I have been reading with interest the various articles and opinion pieces sadly bemoaning the 'death' of 910 AM Superstation, which recently changed its format from an urban-talk format to sports. The basic thrust of the sentiment seems to be that, in the absence of 910 AM, there is no more Black radio in Southeast Michigan, where the highest percentage of Black residents – and listeners - live.

On the contrary, hardly anyone was listening to 910 AM. That's according to station owner Kevin Adell himself when quoted in the Detroit News this past weekend. It wasn't the only source for Black-them...


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