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Quinn Klinefelter

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Senior News Editor

I grab news in the morning, check the papers and the wires, call sources and take a big gulp of coffee,” says Quinn Klinefelter. “That’s how I start the day.” Quinn joined WDET in 1998 after working with the British Broadcasting Corporation, National Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Radio where he produced and hosted news and current events shows. He has been on top of the news for nearly a decade and honored for it by the Wisconsin Broadcasting Association and the Robert F. Hyland/CBS Radio Award for feature reporting for nearly a decade. Klinefelter was literally on top of the news in 1996 when he interviewed then-Senator Bob Dole and stepped on his feet during the Dole/Kemp run for the Presidency.

qklinefelter@wdet.org  

Recent Posts

Detroit’s Love Affair With Aretha

Aug. 17, 2018

The life of the legendary Queen of Soul is being remembered by many in her adopted hometown of Detroit. For some Franklin embodied female empowerment.

Race to Replace Conyers Comes Down to the Wire

Aug. 7, 2018

For the first time in a half-century Detroit Democrats face a primary ballot without civil rights icon John Conyers. He resigned from the U.S. House amid sex abuse allegations. And the candidate floodgates have opened to replace him, with no holds barred.

After More than a Decade Michigan Chef Beats Back Deportation

July 20, 2018

A Kurdish chef who has lived quietly in Michigan for decades has won a long battle to stay in the U.S. Federal officials wanted to deport, and for months had jailed, Ibrahim Parlak, linking him to a group now ID’d as terrorists. Parlak’s neighbors fought back.