Loyola School of Communication to host radio panel

By Kevin Gottlieb

Three of Chicago’s top radio professionals will discuss the relevancy of radio in a panel discussion during Loyola University Chicago‘s Homecoming Weekend festivities.

The panel will be held at 5:50 p.m. Saturday in Loyola’s School of Communication at the school’s downtown Water Tower Campus.

Here is more in formation from the Loyola Homecoming Weekend website:

Ever wonder if anyone under the age of 30 listens to radio anymore?

We have three of Chicago’s top radio professionals talking about that very question Homecoming Saturday at the School of Communication.  Torey Malatia, CEO of Chicago Public Media, co-founder of This American Life and the innovative manager of WBEZ in Chicago will be joined by WBBM’s Kris Kridel and our own WLUW General Manager Danielle Gunn to talk about what the future of radio.

Please join us at 5:30, October 13th for this lively discussion, and then for a reception for Loyola Radio alumni afterwards that will include food, drinks and tours of our new radio station.

Total cost for the evening’s events is $20, which includes a $5 gift to the Sammy R. Danna Endowed Scholarship Fund. Save your seat and register online here.


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