John & Michele in the Morning

After 15 years, we're down to the last week.  July 12, 2013 will be the last show for John & Michele in the Morning.  There's nothing scandalous to report...sorry! 
John will continue his reign as Springfield's morning show king, but he'll just be doing it with someone new.
Michele is moving on to a new phase of her career in the radio business.  She'll still be in Springfield and still with Neuhoff Media, however instead of being on the air she's going to be focusing on all things digital.  It's been a great 15 years, and John & Michele plan to spend this last week reminiscing with guests and playing some of the best moments of the past.
Michele would LOVE to hear from you this week.  Write on the John & Michele Facebook page, email her, or tweet

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The E Buzz for February 15, 2012

Oprah's Big No-No
Oops.  Oprah is under fire for a tweet Sunday night when she asked (begged) people to watch her OWN cable network, specifically Nielsen box viewers.  That's a big no-no.  Nielsen strictly prohibits networks from specifically targeting Nielsen panel members to "change their viewing habits." 

No Public Memorial for Whitney Houston
Unlike the gigantic memorial service for Michael Jackson, there will be none for Whitney Houston.  A rep for the Newark, New Jersery mayor tells TMZ the family specifically requested the city not plan anything.  Instead there will be a private funeral Saturday officiated by Marvin Winans.  Winans is a family friend and also officiated the marriage of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.

Sony Music Pulls a Greedy, Greedy Stunt
A lot of people were angry at iTunes, but it turns out it's not iTunes they should be angry with...it's Sony Music.  Almost immediately after the death of Whitney Houston they raised the price of her 2007 compilation album by five-dollars and the price of singles from 99-cents to $1.29.  After numerous complaints the price was returned to normal on Sunday evening.  According to Forbes, Sony did not adjust prices following Michael Jackson's death.



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Locations : New JerseryNewark
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02/15/2012 6:53AM
The E Buzz for February 15, 2012
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