“I’m really excited to join WDET as host of Detroit Today,” Henderson said in a statement. “I've been a listener since I was a kid, and that listening will be key to bringing my brand of civil discourse and inquiry to the air with listeners all over the metro area and the state.”
The station has been searching for a permanent morning show host since Craig Fahle left his eponymously titled show on WDET after seven years in July to become director of public affairs and senior adviser for the Detroit Land Bank Authority.
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