As of June 2015, WGN weekday radio personalities include Nick Digilio, Steve Cochran, Bill Leff, Wendy Synder, Bob Sirott, Marianne Murciano, Roe Conn, Justin Kaufmann and Patti Vasquez. The radio personalities on Saturday and Sunday differ from those during the week.
Multimedia corporation Tribune Media Company owns WGN in Chicago, Illinois. There are two companies under the WGN brand name: cable and satellite television channel WGN America and WGN-Radio.
Some of the recipes featured on the WGN-TV midday news are Berkshire pork chops, bruschetta, shrimp and grit chimichangas, lamb hash with fried or poached eggs, and shrimp tacos. Some other recipes include grilled stonefruit quinoa salad and kasha elote salad.
WGNRadio.com is a reliable place to find out about the upcoming schedule on WGN radio. The radio station publishes a detailed schedule for a few days in advance, including live sports and any schedule changes, as of 2015.
To report a school closing to WGN, register on the Emergency Closing Center website. There is a fee associated with registering a school, business or day care with the Emergency Closing Center.
As of September 2014, WGN America can be found on Comcast's channel 9 or in high definition on channel 709. WGN America is a national flagship property of Tribune Broadcasting Company.
The call letters WGN stand for World's Greatest Newspaper. The station was owned by the Chicago Tribune, and these words described its thoughts about the newspaper.