In February, WGN Chicago said it ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in almost every weekday newscast in adults 25-54. And the WGN Morning News just celebrated its eighth year as the top-rated morning news in Chicago. “From hard-hitting investigative pieces to light-hearted morning news banter, our goal is to inform, update and entertain,” said Jennifer Lyons, WGN’s news director.
Bozo is back on the air in Chicago for a two-hour special, Bozo’s Circus: The 1960s, Sunday night on WGN. It’s been 50 years since it originally aired. Bozo’s Circus: The 1960s, will air unedited segments made up of sketches, guest circus acts and the Grand Prize Game, featuring the original cast.
You know spring can’t be too far off when WGN announces its 2019 broadcast schedule as the home of the Chicago Cubs. The Tribune independent has televised the Cubs since 1948.
The victims of sex trafficking are from every race, religion, neighborhood and ZIP code. Sold for Sex: A WGN News Special shows how some women survived the sex trade.
Expect traffic delays around Chicago’s WGN studios tomorrow morning as viewers will be driving up and dropping off toys as part of WGN Morning News Drive-Thru Toy Drive. Last year, viewers and companies donated over 25,000 toys.
The idea of having your morning news team appear at night might seem crazy on the surface of it. But the WGN Morning News is not your typical news program. Chicago’s top-rated morning news team will present a two-hour, live primetime special tomorrow night starting at 7. Expect a few surprises.
Backstory with Larry Potash on explores the most intriguing tales in history, culture, religion and science from Chicago and beyond. On this Sunday night’s episode, Backstory with Larry Potash reveals a Chicago connection tied to the Tomb of the Unknown Solider.
Tom Skilling started on WGN in Chicago on Aug. 13, 1978. And today, WGN celebrates Skilling’s 40-year legacy all day, culminating in a very special career retrospective video on WGN News at Nine.