Kevin Adell has successfully led multiple businesses for decades in the communications and broadcasting industries. Tough leadership, timely insight, and the practice of doing things the right way have been keys to Kevin’s success. Explore below Kevin’s comments, insight, and experiences on different topics that both challenged him, and, that continue to challenge corporate leaders each and every day.
“In 2000, I saw the need for the African-American community to be able to access content that would help support their spirituality. After having success at 910, I was able to model that process to create The Word Network.”
Today, The Word Network airs national and international ministries, gospel music, interview shows, religious conventions, special events and produces original content within their television studio and is available in 95 million homes in the U.S. and to more than 3 billion households in 200 countries via 12 satellites.
Upon graduating from college, Kevin Adell returned to metro Detroit take over WADL TV Detroit which is commonly found on channel 38 throughout the state of Michigan.
In a competition-rich environment such as the television market, WADL TV has been able to reach over 11.9 million viewers with its broadcasts under Adell’s management.
“We knew that in order to compete and retain the loyalty of our viewers that new programming was going to be the key. We were able to begin carrying syndicated programming that included King of the Hill and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit which helped with viewership and engagement.”
A leader is someone who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way – John C. Maxwell
Apparently there won’t be a mega-mine gravel pit in Metamora, MI after all because the bill to supporting the development has been dropped in the Michigan state senate. Learn more.
Michigan is a home rule state and the residents of Metamora, MI and other communities are concerned about the state imposing its will when it comes to local matters such as land use and development. Learn more.
The Novi City Council voted 6-0 in giving Kevin Adell final approval to develop his twenty-three acres at I-96 & Novi Road. Adell has invited Novi city officials, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland Country Treasurer Andy Meisner, Canidates for Governor and others to attend tomorrows ceremony. Adell will present gold shovels and hard […]