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Justin Bull

Justin Bull


Justin is a digital producer and a podcast producer for WBEZ. He started at WBEZ as a podcast intern back in 2015, then he went to Australia and worked for ABC Radio National and now he helps put radio stories onto the web and podcasts into your ears. He spends a lot of his free time reading newspapers much to the chagrin of loved ones.

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The Rundown: WBEZ's Daily Newsletter

Newsletter: The Weather Is Nasty Out There

Plus, some stories about veterans on this Veterans Day.

The Rundown: WBEZ's Daily Newsletter

Newsletter: The Teachers Strike Is Over. What Does It Mean?

For students, some changes. For student athletes, some let downs. And for Lightfoot, some fallout. That story and more in today’s Rundown.

The Rundown: WBEZ's Daily Newsletter

Newsletter: Lightfoot ‘Concerned’ As Teacher Strike Looms

Chicago teachers could strike on Oct. 17. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she’s concerned about the slow pace of negotiations.

The Rundown: WBEZ's Daily Newsletter

Newsletter: Chicago Teachers Vote To Strike

Leaders from the Chicago Teachers Union said that 94% of its members voted in favor of a strike. That and more are in today's Rundown.

The Rundown: WBEZ's Daily Newsletter

Chicago Teachers Could Strike In One Month

It's Monday, and we take a look at the possibility of a Chicago teachers strike, news from the G-7, and an analysis on Lincoln Yards.


The Top Chicago Sports Stories Of 2018

WBEZ sports contributor Cheryl Raye-Stout breaks down Chicago’s biggest sports stories of 2018.


Jenn White Picks Her Favorite Podcasts Of 2018

Jenn White hosted two WBEZ podcasts this year, ‘Making Obama’ and ‘16 Shots.’ Here are her favorites from elsewhere in the podcast universe.


From Lead Pipes To Ticket Gripes, WBEZ’s Most Popular Stories Of The Year

Some of WBEZ’s most popular stories this year also changed how your government works.


Nerdette’s Greta Johnsen Picks The Best Books Of 2018

From tales of serial killers to “Black Panther but with magic,” here are seven great books from 2018.


ICYMI: I Have A Rare Genetic Disease. CRISPR Might Fix It.

Nerdette host Greta Johnsen has a rare genetic disease. The gene-editing tool known as CRISPR might be able to fix it.


Report: Inequality ‘Impacting Our Economic Growth’

CMAP’s executive director says segregation and disinvestment in Chicago communities “has taken a toll” on the city’s economic growth.


A Growing Number Of Suburban Chicagoans Are Living In Poverty

And the rising poverty in Chicago’s suburbs is heavily affecting Latinos, researchers say.

Morning Shift

Rauner Suggests He’d Support Bill That Protects Undocumented Immigrants

The bill would prevent government officials from making arrests in state buildings like schools, healthcare facilities and courtrooms.


Report: CPD’s ‘Heat List’ Unreliable

CPD says its secretive ‘Strategic Subject List’ predicts who's at a high risk of gun violence, but a report has found the list ineffective.

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