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(podcasting from the studios in the OTL Bunker, somewhere in Chicago)
(broadcasting on the “30o is the new 50” radio station WLUW-FM (88.7) Chicago)
Mike Stephen celebrates the 300th episode of the show, learns about turning the El into an art gallery, airs a clip from Robert McChesney, and talks to the founder of Lake Claremont Press.
Tristan Hummel— Founder of Art on Track
On September 22nd, a 6-car CTA El train will become a mobile art gallery. We get a preview of the event this week. You can check out the event’s Kickstarter page HERE.
Robert McChesney – Media reformer, professor of communication at U of I, founder of FreePress
Since this is OTL’s 300th show, we take a look back at Mike’s first interview on the program. It’s a discussion about localism in our media.
Sharon Woodhouse– Founder of Lake Claremont Press
This local press has been publishing books on Chicago-specific topics since 1994. They have a great body of work and we hear about the origins of this fantastic press.
OTL #300 local music provided by Hollows…