Monday, November 05, 2012

Good Morning Michigan expands to Washington DC

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Good Morning Michigan expands to Washington DC

U.S. Arab Radio, "Good Morning Michigan," WNZK 680/690AM Announces Expansion to Washington D.C. and will Feature a Special "Arab Americans at the Polls" Program on Elections Day

Detroit, Michigan, USA | November 5th, 2012 | U.S. Arab Radio, "Good Morning Michigan" Radio Show on WNZK 690 AM proudly announces its landmark expansion to Washington D.C. The Show which airs from 8:00-9:00 AM EST will be available through WDMV 700 AM which covers DC, Virginia, Maryland, Baltimore, and Columbia, in addition to the show’s previous coverage in Michigan, Chicago, Canada, Toledo, Ohio, and New York.

Tune in tomorrow November 6, 2012, at 8:00 AM EST, on Election Day, November 6, 2012, as the show will feature the voices of Arab American’s expressing their views on the election and their participation on this historic day, which could ultimately be one of the most decisive elections of our time.

The program will also discuss the potential causes and solutions to the lower voter turnout among Arab Americans in past elections, in addition to innovative ideas for getting community members to the polls, on one of the most decisive elections of our time. Most importantly, the show will focus on the vitality of the Arab American vote in influencing domestic and foreign policies in the United States and around the globe.

For making voices heard across the country, The Good Morning Michigan show and its listeners thank the following sponsors for this vital expansion: Attorney Joumana Kayrouz, Ziyad Brothers, and Dr. Opada Al-Zhohaili. Their understanding of the need to have a strong media presence among the Arab American community and mainstream airwaves has made Good Morning Michigan the first simulcast Arab American program to cover this number of states. Broadcast will be available via the program's Website, Facebook page, and YouTube channel.

Our sponsors have set the trend to encourage others to assist in further expanding this unique program, in addition to Radio Baladi which has been the first simulcast Arab American program in existence since 2009, to increase broadcast hours and States across the U.S.


Laila Alhusinni