WTTW News announced today that its weeknight news and public affairs series Chicago Tonight will expand its local business news coverage through a new content-sharing partnership with Crain's Chicago Business.
Crain’s Editor Ann Dwyer and other members of the Crain’s newsroom will deliver the day’s top business stories in a “Crain’s Headlines” segment Monday through Thursday evenings on Chicago Tonight. The stories will be written by Crain’s reporters and jointly produced with WTTW. The new segment will launch on Tuesday, September 10.
“The business community in Chicago is vibrant and diverse and we are excited to expand our coverage in this area,” said Sandra Cordova Micek, President & CEO of WTTW. “This new partnership with Crain’s enables us to deliver essential, up-to-the-minute business news, and it supports our mission of producing and presenting trusted, best-in-class content that is fueled by a distinctly Chicago sensibility.”
“We are delighted to team up with WTTW News and Chicago Tonight to create this new way of engaging with our readers and WTTW’s audience,” said Jim Kirk, Publisher & Executive Editor of Crain’s.
Viewers can watch Chicago Tonight weeknights at 7:00 pm live or on-demand on WTTW11, wttw.com/news, Facebook and YouTube.
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