Maureen RyanAfter 13 years of outstanding work at the Chicago Tribune, Maureen Ryan says she decided to call it quits as TV critic when "it just seemed that the Tribune's priorities and mine were heading in different directions." So different, in fact, that she do
Mike NorthIt amazes his admirers and infuriates his detractors, but somehow Mike North always manages to land on his feet. Just five days after his low-rated morning show on WBBM-Channel 2 was canceled, the veteran sports talker has resurfaced with Fox Sports Radio.
While the jury of Rod Blagojevich's peers may have left a lot of people disappointed, Chicago's big five television news organizations performed their duties admirably, blanketing the airwaves with live, compelling and, for the most part, commercial-free coverage for close to three hours Tuesday aft
I always enjoyed following Anupy Singla's career over the eight years she worked for Tribune Co.-owned CLTV and WGN-Channel 9, and the four years before that she worked for Bloomberg News. You don't forget a name like Anupy Singla.
Bruno Cohen When Bruno Cohen took over as president and general manager of WBBM-Channel 2 nearly two years ago, he knew one thing for certain: The revolving door of news anchors had to stop spinning once and for all.At our first get-acquainted lunch, Cohen offered a shrewd
Carlos Hernandez GomezCarlos Hernandez Gomez, the celebrated Chicago political reporter who died last January, will be permanently remembered by the city he loved with an honorary street named for him.A stretch of Racine Avenue between Grand and Ogden will be designated &qu