WDET Awarded Public Radio Station of the Year by Michigan Association of Broadcasters

WDET is the proud recipient of 10 Michigan Association of Broadcasters’ Broadcast Excellence Awards for our work in 2014. We also won “Public Radio Station of the Year,” a huge honor!

Several pieces related to Detroit’s bankruptcy case and future revitalization from our Next Chapter Detroit  initiative were among the entries. Our partners in the Detroit Journalism CooperativeDetroit Public Television and Michigan Radio, also received awards in this annual contest. 

Thank you to the listeners and readers that inspire us to do our best work every day and to the members, sponsors and other supporters who make it all possible! 

Michelle Srbinovich

Pictured L to R: WDET’s Next Chapter Detroit Blogger Sandra Svoboda, Morning Edition Host Pat Batcheller, General Manager Michelle Srbinovich, Program Director Joan Isabella, Production Director Alex Trajano and News Director/ATC Host Jerome Vaughn at the MAB Awards

WDET’s MAB Awards

BEST in Community Involvement Category

The NextChapterDetroit.com “Community Lighting” meeting broadcast on Detroit Today.

BEST in Hard News and Current Events Story

Police Poaching”

BEST in Marketing Materials

For Kevyn Orr and the “Love Train” on Detroit Today

BEST in Membership Appeal

This is What Pat Says – Spring 2014

BEST in Special Interest/Cultural Programming

Blue Collar Musicians”

BEST in Newscast

Morning Newscast 8-12-14

MERIT in Community Involvement

The NextChapterDetroit.com “Blight” meeting broadcast on Detroit Today.

MERIT in Membership Appeal

Martina Community”

MERIT in Mini Documentary or Series

Detroit Agenda Series

Station of the Year

WDET 101.9FM

Image credit: Michigan Association of Broadcasters

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About the Author

Michelle Srbinovich

General Manager

Putting the public back in public media.

msrbinovich@wdet.org   Follow @MSrbinovich

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