Attorney: Radio Station Didn’t Fire Monica Conyers
Attorney: Radio station didn’t fire Monica Conyers
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An attorney for former Detroit City Council President Monica Conyers said Wednesday she wasn’t fired from 910 AM Superstation, countering that she wanted to give up the unpaid gig.
The Southfield-based radio station doesn’t pay its hosts and expects them to draw advertising. But when Conyers decided she wanted to leave, it sparked a “falling out” with station leadership, said Daniel Findling, a Royal Oak-based attorney who represented Conyers in a prior divorce case.
The explanation came a few hours after 910 AM Superstation owner Kevin Adell released …