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Michigan Association of Broadcasters

Michigan Association of Broadcasters
Abbreviation MAB
Purpose Broadcasting
Headquarters Lansing, Michigan
Region served Michigan
Official language English

The Michigan Association of Broadcasters represents radio and television broadcasters across the U.S. state of Michigan. It gives out yearly awards to both of these categories, including "Lifetime Achievement",[1] "Hall of Fame",[2] and "Broadcast Excellence Awards."[3]


  • Tim Feagan (Chairman)
  • Jill Saarela (Secretary/Treasurer)
  • Chris Warren (At-Large Director)
  • Duane Alverson (Immediate Past Chairman)
  • Karole L. White (President/CEO)
  • A. Thomas Hahn (Executive Vice-President/Finance)


  1. ^ "MAB Retreat Focuses on Digital".  
  2. ^ "The weather's always wacky with Sonny".  
  3. ^ "Fox 2 News, WWJ-AM win excellence awards".  

External links

  • Official website
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