Suzanne Belanger | Michigan Radio
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Suzanne Belanger

Marketing Associate

Suzanne Belanger is a Marketing Associate at Michigan Radio, coordinating community and media partnerships, public relations, special events, and more. She started working in radio when she was 14 years old at her hometown station in Delphos, Ohio. Throughout her radio career, she’s worked at a number of stations in Ohio, Florida and Michigan. She was most recently with CBS/Entercom as Marketing Director of WOMC and WYCD in Detroit.

Suzanne is a long-time South Lyon resident and has two children, daughter Jessie (a grad of Kendall College of Art & Design) and son Andrew (2nd Lt./Army, a graduate of West Point USMA) who is soon to be stationed in Guam.

In addition to radio, her favorite things are her granddaughter Nyah, her dogs, bike riding and macaroni and cheese. She is also a huge fan of Paul McCartney and of her alma mater’s (Ohio State) Football team.

Michigan Radio has been recognized with four regional Edward R. Murrow Awards in the Large Market Radio category. The station won awards in the Hard News, News Series, Documentary and Multimedia categories. The Murrow Awards are presented by the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) to honor outstanding achievements in electronic journalism. The winning entries from Michigan Radio are as follows:

Issues & Ale @ Home: Getting Back to Business Safely in Michigan

Thursday, May 14, 2020, 6:00-7:00 PM

While we can’t gather in person for our usual Issues & Ale discussions, you can join Michigan Radio’s Lester Graham for this live online discussion about how we go about getting stores, restaurants and small businesses in the state open and back to work.

Michigan Radio's presentation of The Moth Mainstage at Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts has been rescheduled and will now take place on October 23, 2020. 

Tickets for the The Moth Mainstage purchased for the original date of June 5 will be honored for the October show.  

Michigan Radio reporter Sarah Cwiek has been selected as a winner of a 2020 Wade H. McCree Award for the Advancement of Justice by the Michigan Press Association Foundation.  Cwiek was recognized for her story, “They say their son needs to be in a psychiatric hospital. He went to jail instead” from February, 2019. 

Michigan Radio’s daily public radio talk program, Stateside, hosted by April Baer, can now be heard across the Upper Peninsula on WNMU (90.1 FM), Marquette and WGGL (91.1 FM), Houghton. The addition of these two public radio stations makes Stateside available to the majority of listeners in the Upper Peninsula.

With conversations about what matters in Michigan, Stateside covers a wide range of Michigan news and policy issues—as well as culture and lifestyle stories. Guests include newsmakers, politicians, writers, artists, and cultural influencers of all stripes from all across the state.