If Kevin Metheny wasn’t the worst program director in the history of Chicago radio, I don’t know who was. Kevin Metheny and Jim Laski in a fond embraceArrogant, aloof, stubborn and contemptuous of the legacy he’d inherited, the man known as &ldq
Life after Oprah at her Chicago television flagship took a giant step forward Friday with the hiring of two seasoned producers to create and oversee a new live, local morning show to originate from the studios of ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7.
The resignation of Randy Michaels as chief executive officer of Tribune Co. culminates a tumultuous year in the history of the Chicago media company -- especially for its flagship news/talk radio station, WGN-AM (720).
An assortment of news items (updated and annotated) from my Chicago Sun-Times columns of 18 years ago this week: Howard Stern“Howard Stern got off to a roaring start in Chicago Thursday, predicting he would become No.