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Radio still remains one of America's favorite pastimes. It's very convenient because you can listen in the car, while you work or do housework. Tune in to your local public radio station for a variety of the most fascinating subjects from world news, local news and music to art, film, politics and story telling.
Chicago Radio Information Service, Inc. (CRIS) is the eyes of Chicagoland. This service provides verbatim readings of newspaper and magazine information 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, featuring the Chicago Sun Times and Tribune, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Daily Herald, the Southwest Star and more! Readings include new, job ads, radio dramas, sports, TV listings, and articles from popular magazines. A special SCA receiver and access to the broadcast on WBEZ-FM subcarrier frequency is necessary. CRIS also can be heard on CAN-TV, Channels 19 and 21 or streamed live online.
CRIS has expanded into northeastern Indiana, broadcasting from WBEW-FM in Chesterton, Indiana.
Contact Bill Jurek at CRIS Radio at 312-666-1331, Ext. 3077 or email by clicking his name.