Prior to joining Michigan Public Media as Corporate Sponsorship Director, Agosta was Senior Director of Corporate Affairs at Chicago Public Radio where she directed local and national corporate sponsorship activities. Continue reading “Kathy Agosta | Corporate Sponsorship Director”
His job involves coordinating the station’s marketing, communication and public relations efforts, special events, and community & media partnerships. Continue reading “Steve Chrypinski | Marketing Director”
Zoe Clark is Michigan Radio’s Program Director. In that role, Clark oversees all programming on the state’s largest public radio station – including the station’s award-winning newsroom, commentary, and daily news-magazine Stateside. Continue reading “Zoe Clark | Program Director; Co-Host It’s Just Politics”
Vincent Duffy has been news director at Michigan Radio since May 2007.
In his years leading the Michigan Radio news room, the news team has won scores of national, regional and state awards including Murrow Awards, Sigma Delta Chi awards and others. Continue reading “Vincent Duffy | News Director”
Larry has been with Michigan Radio since 2000, and came to us after spending three years at the University of Michigan’s Development Communications office. Continue reading “Larry Jonas | Director of Development”
Steve Schram is Executive Director and General Manager of Michigan Public Media, overseeing Michigan Radio-WUOM, the NPR news and information public radio station at the University of Michigan. Michigan Radio is the state’s most listened to public radio station, and serves over 530,000 listeners weekly from its statewide broadcast signals and online audio streaming.
The station’s local journalism news team has won multiple Edward R. Murrow journalism honors, a National Scripps Award and the prestigious DuPont-Columbia national journalism award during Schram’s 11 year tenure. Continue reading “Steve Schram | Executive Director and General Manager of Michigan Public Media”
Bob began his radio career when he joined Michigan Radio in 1996 as the weekend morning on air host. Due to his experience in Los Angeles as a recording studio installation and maintenance technician, he began splitting his time with the engineering department, and moved into engineering full time when he accepted the position of Chief Engineer.
Bob was instrumental in Michigan Radio’s transition from analog to digital, in the move from their original studios atop the LS&A Building to the current Argus Building facility, and in the building of the new WVGR transmitter facility. Continue reading “Bob Skon | Chief Engineer”