Oct 1st 2019

In this installment of “Conversations at the Newberry,” Rick Kogan and Carol Marin will discuss the broad contours of historical and contemporary journalism in Chicago and reflect on their own experiences as television, radio, and print reporters. They will explore a series of related questions: What is the state of news in Chicago today? What has Chicago news become? And where is it headed?

Rick Kogan has been a newspaperman since he began his career at 16. Currently a senior reporter for the Chicago Tribune, where he has worked since 1985, he also hosts a national weekly radio program, After Hours with Rick Kogan, and has authored eight books.

Carol Marin is the political editor at NBC5 News in Chicago and a regular interviewer for public broadcasting on WTTW’s Chicago Tonight. In 2016, Carol was named a director of the DePaul University Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence. She has also received three George Foster Peabody awards, two Alfred I. duPont-Columbia awards, two National Emmys, a George Polk award, a Gracie, and Sigma Delta Chi’s Ethics in Journalism award.

“Conversations at the Newberry” is generously sponsored by Sue and Melvin Gray.

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