Mike BlankProducer, Stateside
Mike Blank is a producer and editor for Stateside.
A proud U-M drop-out and Summa Cum Laude graduate of Wayne State, Blank first started working in radio in 1998 and has worked at WKHM, WDET, WXYT and WWJ. Blank won the 2012 Michigan Association of Broadcasters “Best Morning Show” award as the lone producer of the Charlie Langton Show.
A Michigander since age 2, Blank has resided in Detroit since 2004 where he enjoys walks to Tiger’s games and watching wild pheasants in the vacant lots across the street.
The baby formula shortage is a nationwide problem, but a shut down of a formula plant in Sturgis, Michigan ignited it. What went wrong and what is the plan to quickly end the shortage?
Last year, Detroit residents—and over 180 syndicated TV markets around the country— were unable to experience the in-person joy of America’s Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit, known for high school bands, clowns and floats. This year, it’s back and so are the people.
Christmas 2018 is going to be a special one for Stateside producer Mike Blank’s family. It marks the 50th consecutive year of his dad composing an…
Bringing people together through the age-old practice of kite flying: That is the goal of the Detroit Kite Festival, happening this Sunday on Belle…