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  • ProFootballTalk to hit the radio airwaves in January

    ProFootballTalk to hit the radio airwaves in January
    Mike Florio, founder of ProFootballTalk.com, has signed a deal with NBC Sports Radio to host a three-hour, football-focused program that will debut in January. Florio, a sharp-witted lawyer who turned the homegrown website he formed in 2001 into an...
  • Bob Hope gets little thanks for all the memories

    To the boomer generation, seeing Bob Hope on TV or in the movies was like spending time with cranky relatives. Sure, there were a lot of great memories — the World War II shows, the "Road" movies with Bing Crosby — but it also was a little...
  • Cindy Gatziolis, of WLS radio and Chicago's cultural affairs, dies at 56

     Cindy Gatziolis, of WLS radio and Chicago's cultural affairs, dies at 56
    Cindy Gatziolis spent nearly two decades as a Chicago radio producer and promotions director for local radio stations before embarking on a 12-year career handling public relations for the city's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. "Cindy...
  • Review: 'A Wonderful Life' at Pa. Playhouse charming and nostalgic as a radio play

    Review: 'A Wonderful Life' at Pa. Playhouse charming and nostalgic as a radio play
    The inherent charm of the classic Frank Capra story "It's A Wonderful Life" is only enhanced in the live radio-format style production written by Joe Landry and now on stage at Pennsylvania Playhouse. The 1940s-era tale of George Bailey in the small town...
  • Boustead's mission: Putting new classical music within reach of all

    Boustead's mission: Putting new classical music within reach of all
    In concert, in the classroom, on the radio and over the Internet, Seth Boustead uses every available platform to spread the word that classical music is a living tradition, an art form of vast global-outreach potential that's thriving as perhaps never...
  • Five ways to fix annual radio shows such as Cali Christmas

    Five ways to fix annual radio shows such as Cali Christmas
    Hours after the nominations for February's Grammy Awards were unveiled Friday, some of the year's biggest, award-worthy hits were being performed at two different L.A.-area venues.  Pop audiences packed Staples Center for KIIS-FM’s Jingle Ball...
  • In Focus: Bill Vanko's passion for wildlife photography

    In Focus: Bill Vanko's passion for wildlife photography
    Bill Vanko’s only phobia is the dentist.  “Needles make my blood pressure go up,” he confesses softly. “I was blessed with really horrible teeth.”  But don’t jump to hasty conclusions about his level of cowardice....
  • Ferguson grand jury: The Documents

    ST. LOUIS The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has reviewed thousands of pages of grand jury documents released Nov. 24 by St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert P. McCulloch. McCulloch released the documents after revealing that the grand jury did not...
  • Back to Bedford Falls at Center Stage in charming 'Wonderful Life' radio play

    Back to Bedford Falls at Center Stage in charming 'Wonderful Life' radio play
    The holidays wouldn't be holidays without nostalgia. Center Stage lays it on thickly and quite endearingly with "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play." For fans of the 1946 Frank Capra movie, which emerged as a Christmastime tradition decades...
  • The Game is ending, but 87.7 FM will keep going

    The Game is ending, but 87.7 FM will keep going
    When The Game 87.7, WGN's short-lived foray into FM sports talk radio, ends its run in December, its hosts will have to find a new home to rant about defenseless Bears, hobbled Bulls and capricious station management. But what happens post-Game? Owned...
  • Feds Want Four-Year Sentence For Rowland; He Pleads for Leniency

    Feds Want Four-Year Sentence For Rowland; He Pleads for Leniency
    Describing former Gov. John G. Rowland as an ethically challenged politician who has repeatedly broken his trust with voters, federal prosecutors are arguing that he should serve from roughly three to four years in prison for his most recent conviction...