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  • J. Fred MacDonald, pioneering Northeastern pop culture professor, dies at 74

     J. Fred MacDonald, pioneering Northeastern pop culture professor, dies at 74
    A history professor at Northeastern Illinois University for 27 years, J. Fred MacDonald helped break new ground in the then-nascent academic study of popular culture, authoring about a half-dozen books on topics such as African-Americans on television,...
  • Dr. Oz's 'The Daily Dose' switches radio distributors

    Dr. Mehmet Oz's radio show, "The Daily Dose with Dr. Oz," is getting a new home. Oz struck a deal with iHeartMedia that will begin later this year, according to a release this week from Oz and the Texas-based company. It will involve more projects...
  • Steve Harvey on President Obama: 'He respects my authenticity'

    Steve Harvey on President Obama: 'He respects my authenticity'
    Steve Harvey's popularity and stature are far-reaching, from hosting his own daily radio and TV talk shows, hosting the TV game show "Family Feud" and developing his bestselling, humorous insights on relationships (his "Think Like a Man" franchise). But...
  • UConn Hockey Player Kyle Huson Sees Future In Broadcasting

    STORRS — Kyle Huson spent about four hours at J.O. Christian Field Sunday afternoon with notes scribbled on a spiral pad propped up on the table in front of him and others taped to the walls at the far end of a cramped press box. Scattered within...
  • Chicago man, 25, guilty in Naperville Radio Shack robbery

    Chicago man, 25, guilty in Naperville Radio Shack robbery
    A Chicago man was convicted Thursday for his role in the holdup of a Naperville Radio Shack that netted $45,000 in cell phones – including one device that led to the man's eventual arrest. A DuPage County jury deliberated about an hour before...
  • Anti-bullying sessions

    BROOKLYN – Thanks to a grant from The Community Foundation – Northeast Connecticut Women & Girls Fund, The Arc Quinebaug Valley has been offering Anti-Bullying sessions taught by Master Instructor Mike Bogdanski and Kristin Duethorn from Quest...
  • Hokies AD Babcock outlines search to replace irreplaceable Bill Roth

    Hokies AD Babcock outlines search to replace irreplaceable Bill Roth
    BLACKSBURG -- Virginia Tech, the sixth stop of Whit Babcock’s two decades in athletic administration, has presented him with his first broadcasting search. He’ll have considerable help. North Carolina-based IMG College produces the Hokies&...
  • Stagecoach 2015: Steve Earle on country music's maverick tradition

    Stagecoach 2015: Steve Earle on country music's maverick tradition
    This year's edition of Stagecoach was Texas maverick singer and songwriter Steve Earle's first appearance at the sprawling country music festival in Indio, with a set that dipped into his latest album, “Terraplane Blues,” as well as going back...
  • Samuelson tells FFA members 'globalization' creates need for more jobs

    Samuelson tells FFA members 'globalization' creates need for more jobs
    The annual Section 6 FFA Awards Banquet held this week at Burlington Central High School featured WGN Radio head agricultural broadcaster Orion Samuelson. "I welcome the opportunity to spend time with FFA members," Samuelson told the crowd. Samuelson,...
  • Andy Gresh, Joe D'Ambrosio Team Up For New Radio Show

    Andy Gresh, Joe D'Ambrosio Team Up For New Radio Show
    Spirited sports talk is coming to WTIC-AM 1080, reflecting the border status of the state. Andy Gresh and Joe D'Ambrosio will host a show on the 50,000-watt station beginning Monday. "Joe D. and Gresh" will be heard weekdays from 3 to 7 p.m., the...
  • Orland Park teen 'can do just about everything in radio'

    Orland Park teen 'can do just about everything in radio'
    Cora Georgiou has long realized her voice provides a talent that she could put to use. When she was a Sandburg High School student, she was a top competitor in speech contests, and she gained the nickname "Cora-nation." She was even called upon in...