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Media Coverage

I See You Awards®-nominated Documentary "What Happened to Henry" Makes the News!

DETROIT (WWJ) - A cold case in mid-Michigan, involving the disappearance of a Michigan State University student, is getting renewed attention thanks to a new documentary.

It's the case of MSU's first African American drum major, Henry Baltimore, Jr. He was last seen in 1973 after being robbed and assaulted by a man named Roy Davis, and reporting the incident to police.

Click here to read and/or listen to the report on WWJ Newsradio 950.

"What Happened to Henry" is an official selection of the 4th Annual I See You Awards®.  For ticket information, click here


All of the films in this year's event will be streaming online, so you can watch anywhere and any time!

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Celebrating International Beer Day with "Generation Hops"

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Celebrating International Beer Day!  It is described as "a global celebration of what you get when you mix water, grain, hops and yeast...and the brewer’s favorite ingredient, love."

WWJ Newsradio 950 spoke live with  David Sabbath, host of the web series "Generation Hops."  He's definitely someone who knows a good beer when he tastes one!

Listen to the interview in its entirety by clicking here!

You can watch episode one of Generation Hops, which is nominated in the Best Web Series category, by purchasing your ticket to the I See You Awards Virtual Film Screenings here!

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Our founder, Terri Lee Chandler, was a guest on "Street Beat," seen on CW50 in Detroit, to discuss this year's partnership with the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America - Michigan Chapter.  The show can be seen in its entirety by clicking here.

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I See You Awards® Host Phil Elam and Chandler Kilgore-Parshall, one of our judges, appeared on "Small Talk with Mark S. Lee to talk about the 3rd annual awards program.  

You can listen to a podcast of their conversation by clicking here.

Phil Elam, left, and Mark S. Lee, host of

"Small Talk with Mark S. Lee."

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