Tony Trupiano returns to the air with Night Shift

That didn’t take long. To follow up on my previous post, here’s an email announcement from Tony:

I am pleased to share with you that I will be returning to the airwaves on Monday, January 28, 2013 in a new time slot on a new station here in the Detroit market. The show is being rebranded as Night Shift and will air Monday through Friday evening from 7-10 p.m. On 1130 AM WDFN. WDFN is a 50,000 Watt station, having a much greater reach than WDTW did.

I are also pleased to announce that we are also in the process of syndicating the show statewide and although that may take some time to achieve, we have had positive feedback from a few markets, including Grand Rapids and Muskegon, among others. More details on that soon.

In the meantime, I am anxious to get back to work, and God knows there is plenty of work to do.

It is my hope that this new incarnation for the show will be much deeper in intensity and will be hard hitting and in and of itself make news on a daily basis.

Here’s to our shared success and a bright and profound 2013!

And that’s just awesome! Woo hoo!! Spirit fingers!

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  • http://None Susie Snowflake

    I agree 100% with Wendy & John. Does anyone know why WDTW was killed after ALL these years ????

    • http://motorcityliberal.blogspot.com John Conner

      The one thing I keep hearing was that it started with the Rush blacklash last year, companies got funny with their ad dollars and it hurt radio companies. Losing ad money on top of paying Rush 400 million dollars to convince blue hairs to vote against their own interest wears on a company.