Steppenwolf Theatre’s new, official statement on Hedy Weiss: “Let’s talk.”
If Tronc keeps the Sun-Times going will it preserve the Reader too?
Will the firewall between business and editorial be affected?
The majority owner of one of Chicago’s two dailies buys big into the other.
The Illinois Policy Institute, previously financed by the governor’s family foundation, now owns the radio network.
The longtime columnist and producer Don Moseley plan to launch a new center for integrity in journalism.
Instead, a trio of executives will manage the struggling media company.
Even if she’s wrong, let’s not muzzle Mary Mitchell—conversations change minds. Censorship doesn’t.
“Our local papers make a melancholy sight leaning against each other for support.” Media critic Mike Miner looks at the new Sun-Times/Daily Herald content-sharing agreement.
Sun-Times managing editor Craig Newman has resigned—and won’t be replaced.
Mick Dumke leaves Reader for Sun-Times
The paper’s managing editor takes the reins after five months of interim leadership.
Circumstances, hyperbole, taint Sun-Times’s Rauner endorsement
The Sun-Times hasn’t been all that friendly to Bruce Rauner.
Dave McKinney resigns from Chicago Sun-Times, as Sun-Times Media negotiates sale of suburban papers