Rob St. Mary joins the WDET news teamFebruary 18, 2008
Award Winning Reporter Brings Experience To Detroit Public Radio Newsroom
DETROIT - February 15, 2008 - WDET 101.9FM - Detroit Public Radio is pleased to welcome Rob St. Mary to our award-winning newsroom. St. Mary, who is a native to metro Detroit, comes with many years experience in radio news reporting. He is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts and began his career as a newsroom producer at WJR. From there, he took an opportunity at WLEW in Bad Axe where he served as a reporter and anchor and then moved on to WSGW in Saginaw as assistant news director. Most recently, Rob St. Mary was news director at WOOD in Grand Rapids.
Rob is the recipient of two regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television News Directors Association and over a dozen awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and the Michigan Associated Press.
"I'm glad to be a WDET," he said. I've been listening to the station since I was a teenager and always enjoyed the depth of news programming and music, especially Ed Love. "Working in public radio, I won't be restrained by the format of commercial radio, so I can have the time necessary to tell the story in a way that really means something to the listener."
Hear reports from Rob St. Mary on WDET during its local newscasts weekdays on Morning Edition (5am-10am) and All Things Considered (4pm-7pm). He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-577-5237.
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