Also, an auto parts maker is opening a south-side plant that will create about 300 new jobs.
Tag: Robert Feder
Michael Ferro will no longer be paying Robert Feder to insult him
Tronc drops the media reporter’s contract.
Attorney sues for records of unsolved 1966 murder of a Senator’s daughter, and other Chicago news
Also, a City Council committee approved Rahm’s controversial 30 percent water and tax hike proposal.
After BGA leaders depart, survivors vote to unionize
Employees of the Better Government Association vote 11 to 0 to join the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Chicago magazine staff ‘beyond stunned’ at the firing of editor Elizabeth Fenner and the appointment of Susanna Homan
The change at the top of Chicago magazine’s masthead is harmful for many reasons.
Sun-Times Media rehires four photographers and gives them new titles
Sun-Times Media is bringing back four photographers.
Is who reports a big story more important than the story itself? Some say yes.
The gospel truth about reporting
A different direction for WBEZ
A different direction for WBEZ: one with more listener-generated content and fewer paid contributors
Extry! Extry! Media scandal! Sun-Times gives rich owner special treatment
Robert Feder shouldn’t be so hard on Michael Ferro
Galled by the Reader’s sale to the Sun-Times? Not really.
Thoughts on returning to the employ of a company willing to pay me to bite the hand that feeds me
Jenny McCarthy says men in California are total pussies
I read the Sun-Times‘s celebrity columnists so you don’t have to
What does “alternative” mean anymore?
When does an alternative form of culture stop being alternative?
Will Chicago’s best sportswriting soon be online?
Author Jonathan Eig is creating an online sports site for Chicago
The future of Eight Forty-Eight?
WBEZ says it wants more local programming, not less.
Think you’ve got journalism’s next big idea? Get to know Elspeth Revere, the MacArthur Foundation’s media maven
The most important woman in Chicago journalism attended the landmark Chicago Journalism Town Hall in early 2009 and sat quietly in back. Few people knew she was there or who she was, but the noisy room would have gone stone silent in an instant if she’d stood and said something like, “Many of you have […]