in Scuba Diving - public access show presents "real" scuba &
travel information from around the world.
Television - watch us interview people with special knowledge
in the antiques and collectables field and Chat with the host at
the same time.
to Reality - weekly critique of Chicago newspapers' sports sections.
News - local news, sports, features, and more.
Loves Chicago - exploring the homes, restaurants, businesses
and minds of Chicago's most unique people.
the Beltway with Bruce DuMont - nationally syndicated political
talk show on radio, TV and Internet. Live from the Radio Hall of
Fame in the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago.
Liberation Radio - 99.7FM - information on this pirate station
from Decatur, IL.
in Chicago: 1921-1989 - online museum of broadcast history with
a focus on the studio NBC operated in Chicago's Merchandise Mart.
Communications - cable operator serving the Southern Illinois
Access Network Television (CAN-TV) - gives every Chicagoan a
voice on cable television; channels 19, 21, 27, 36 and 42.
Beat - experimental online magazine exploring the city in ways
not found in other magazines.
Blues X-plosion - Thursday afternoon program on WCBR, 92.7.
Civic Media Project - builders of new civic media. Students
Computer Guide - Monthly printed publication covering local
computer shows, events, resources, computer jobs, and more.
Magazine - find out about people, entertainment, dining, news,
Newsroom, The - local news page created by a producer at ABC's
Parent - events calendar for family activities, resources for
kids and education links.
Radio Online Watch - latest information about local radio and
the Metropolitan Area.
Radio Resources Page
Reporter Magazine - investigative monthly that focuses on local
race, poverty, minorities and politics.
Software Newspaper - job listings, company directories, and
online text integrated via a search engine.
Tribune: TV Week - build your own TV program grid. Includes
Tunnel Company - free radio station that broadcast on the shortwave
band in 1991; audio clips available on-site.
Amateur Athlete - online version of print magazine offering
running, cycling and multisport race results, calendar of races
in the Chicagoland area, training tips and more.
Gardening - magazine with regional information for gardeners,
landscapers, and florists.
Radio Information Service - CRIS Radio reads to the blind and
physically impaired for free.
Newsstand - retailer of magazines and newspapers.
- 24-hour local cable news channel.
to Rock Chicago Radio - dedicated to keeping Chicagoans up to
date in the rock scene, and creating a new hard rock radio station
in the area.
Jim - tech writer for the Chicago Tribune.
Media Workshop - helps community and civic organizations place
stories in the news media about their successes and difficulties.
- formed to provide alternative coverage of the Democratic National
Convention of 1996. Site offers info on coverage and ongoing activities
as a result of the DNC.
Connection, The - cable access show that seeks to provide people
with a basic understanding of the animals around them.
Country Simplex Group of Northern Illinois (CCSG)
Adventures Interactive Cooking Show
Egyptian, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Journal - serving the Kankakee River Valley area.
Register Online - brings you news of Southeastern Illinois and
the Shawnee National Forest.
Southtown - where to go for the local news.
Pioneer, The - Danish newspaper published in the U.S.
Black Radio Guide - collective guide to local radio stations
with radio formats catering to the Black, Urban, African American
market, and fans there of.
Herald & Review
Stephen - heart health.
Shop, The - self-indulgent spectacle serving the greater internet
area until the end of the world, 2002.
Chicago - covers computers, publishing, the Internet, and multimedia.
It's a computer magazine for creative professionals.
Quoin Evening Call
- Champaign-Urbana's resource for news, sports, weather, farm/business
news, movies, contests, and University of Illinois sports action.
Network, The - alternative, environmental, television network,
featuring cutting edge activism, and rare archived programs from
the Underground era.
- Evanston Community Television - community access production
Intelligencer - daily local newspaper.
Herald - weekly updates of the stories and announcements from
this local paper serving the Kaneland community since 1908.
Park Elm Leaves
Studio and Lighting
Publications, Inc. - publishers of a group of weekly newspapers.
in the Road, A - join Rebecca Marcovitz as she and her guests
search for God.
PreViewer - devoted to coming events and current ideas while
professing faith in God and traditional family values.
Park Herald - Local newspaper serving the Hyde Park, Kenwood,
and Oakland communities of Chicago, Illinois.
Entertainer - covers local, regional, and national bands. Includes
a local band directory and a calendar of events.
Real Estate Journal - bi-weekly journal featuring Illinois'
real estate news and transactions.
State Climatologist Office - information on winter storms, El
Nino, rainfall frequencies, climate change, droughts, and heat waves,
plus sources for climate data.
Wesleyan University - The Argus - IWU's Student Newspaper
- America's rivethead journal.
Publications - local news, classifieds, and archived past issues.
Station - net and air broadcasting of Russian, Arabic, German,
and Bulgarian radio.
and Topics Newspapers Online
Communications - produces local that reach viewers in Illinois'
St. Clair and Clinton counties.
John - writes about a variety of topics -- from psychiatric
care to boxing to, mainly, Chicago politics -- since arriving at
the Chicago Tribune in 1983.
590 - sports coverage. voice of the Rams.
7 - CBS affiliate for the Tri-States region.
Kitchen - cooking show featured on Chicago's WGN-TV Channel
Villa and Lindenhurst Review
Bill - morning DJ on QKQX (Q1010).
Radio - daily drive time radio show for Les/Bi/Gay listeners
and their friends. Real Audio enabled. AM 750.
33 - local artscene coverage.
- digs up the dirt in mainstream discourse, exposing and resisting
the degradation in our mental and physical environments.
Daily Republican - online coverage of news and sports from Marion
and Williamson County.
- need the straight scoop on a car you've got your eyes on? Want
to vent about problems with your model?
Barabara - health Q&A.
Planet - news weekly serving Metropolis and surrounding areas.
Cathy - writes Peaks and Valleys, a humorous look at being a
wife, woman and mother in today's world.
Video Productions - features multiple BetacamSP packages and
- interactive version of alternative weekly. Includes daily entertainment
picks and journalism on-the-edge.
Chicago - online weekly edition covering art, film, stage, music
- online weekly edition containing a daily fix of the local entertainment
Journal - devoted to informing, teaching and entertaining its
readers with articles about Japan and Japan-related topics. Bilingual
business cards/translation services as well.
and Harwood Heights News
Plant Journal - hardcopy and electronic journal for utility
professionals. Also offers web site design.
Park Oak Leaves
and Central Illinois Scanner Frequencies
Journal Star - Largest newspaper downstate Illinois offers links
to staff, restaurant reviews, topical issues of day, hot links for
Suburban News - bilingual monthly newspaper in Polish in English
with articles of general interest to Polish Americans.
- Polish television.
Today - resource and community for expectant parents offering
Q&A, birth planner, boards, birth stories, news articles, and
Register Star - news daily. Includes online classifieds, jobs,
Journal - community newspaper.
Mary - Chicago Tribune columnist and she also writes the "Brenda
Starr" comic strip.
- the lastest scoop on the film/commercial production industry in
Chicago. What the latest post-houses are up to, who reps who, local
talent, and production news.
Daily Union - local news, classifieds, Shelbyville Lake report
of Big Shoulders - features original art, writing and photography
from the Chicagoland area.
News Chicago, Inc. - web-based news service providing news and
coverage to national networks.
Magazine - independent publication offering local news, travelers
information, dining guide, advertising and much more.
Journal-Register, The - Illinois' state capital newspaper providing
local news, advertising, links and online portfolios.
- local news and information for Saint Genevieve and Perryville,
Missouri and Chester, Illinois.
- Audio and video finishing facility. We offer film transfer, Avid
editing, analog and digital Finish, Flame & Wavefront graphics,
digital sound design.
Talk - your connection for techformation.
Law - column from the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin by David Loundy.
Joyner Morning Show, The - "The Fly Jock".
- progressive, free-form, innovative radio program that aired in
Chicago on WXFM-FM between 1969 and 1977.
- cable access program dedicated to the broadcast of innovative
Load Productions - producers of Chicago Channel 19's "Cool Clown
Ground," shown every Sunday night.
of Chicago - Chicago Business - includes local and world news
of interest to current GSB students and alumni.
Digital Radio - describes the development of Digital Audio Broadcasting
(DAB) in the United States.
World of Kitchen Erotica - strangest, zaniest, most ridiculous
cast of characters possible.
- 2 - CBS affiliate.
- 91.7 Champaign, IL
- 89.9 Bradley University
- FOX affiliate, channel 27.
- 3 - CBS affiliate.
90.3 - alternative radio for the Metro-Peoria area.
103.7 - playing today's best music.
1400 - news, sports, and talk.
Geniuses in France - weekly public access comedy sketch show.
Weather - conditions, forecasts, warnings, radar, climate information,
satellite photos, and more.
Journal, Inc. - guide to the local community.
- NBC affiliate in the Peoria/Bloomington-Normal area. News 25:
"Central Illinois News Channel".
90.1 - non-commercial, community oriented radio station
- 88.1 Illinois Wesleyan University
88.1 - Wheaton College
- 32 - Fox-owned station. Includes news, weather, sports, programming
information and more.
104.5 - country music.
1450 - sports radio.
98.7 - fine arts station with 24-hour programming plus worldwide
syndication of classical music.
- NBC affiliate.
- official site for one of America's most popular TV stations, including
broadcast schedules, video, audio, and image files.
720 - includes links for sports and other related sites, as
well as e-mail addresses for most of the on-air personalities.
1230 - news, talk, and sports.
97.5 - lite rock.
- PBS for Central Illinois.
- University of Illinois - university broadcasting service.
City Times - gay and lesbian newsweekly.
100.3 - today's country.
1230 - talk radio, with today's news, weather and sports.
102.7 - classic rock.
104.3 - oldies.
96.5 - smooth jazz.
1320 - local information and sports coverage.
93.5 and 103.5
92.5 - oldies.
95.9 - rock'n'roll oldies and the Kane County Cougars.
101 - Q101.
- ABC affiliate.
97.9 - classic rock from The Loop.
- 5 - NBC affiliate.
TV31 - news covering Peoria, Bloomington, and Central Illinois.
1996 Illinois Broadcasters Association "Station of the Year"
100 - Windy 100 plays adult contemporary music.
95.5 - smooth jazz.
- 89.7 Olivet Nazarene University - Christian radio.
89.7 - listener-supported radio station, offering Christian
99.9 - new country.
- 88.9 Illinois Institute of Technology
88.7 - rock music.
1020 - Central Illinois' Christian voice.
96.0 - Q96 plays today's hit music.
- channel 39, FOX affiliate.
90.3 - Quincy University
103.5 - jammin' oldies from The Beat.
- channel 13, NBC affiliate.
- FOX affiliate, channel 55.
102.9 - Y103.
- Public Broadcasting Service, channel 47.
99.5 - US 99 plays new country.
102.7 - urban hits and dusties from V103.
105.7 - Rock 106.
102.3 - broadcasting the best songs of the '80s and '90s to
93.1 - progressive rock.
98.5 - new country from Q98.5.
103.1 - Chicago's heart and soul.
106.7 - rock and roll from The Fox.
105.5 - Star 105.5 plays today's hits and yesterday's favorites.
- weekly journal of news and opinion from Galesburg, Illinois.
- chi.media - local radio, television and print media.