Steve Franklin, Chicago is the World  blogger
Steve Franklin is an award-winning journalist and former foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune. He covered the Middle East for the Tribune as a bureau chief and on numerous assignments in the region. He has also reported from Central and Latin America. Besides the Tribune, he worked for the Detroit Free Press, the Philadelphia Bulletin, the Miami Herald, and the Washington Daily News. He was a runner-up for the Pulitzer prize, and a series of his articles were among the top investigative stories cited by the Society of Business Editors and Writers in 2007. Steve Franklin also works with the Community Media Workshop on outreach to and support for Chicago’s 300 print, broadcast, and on-line ethnic news outlets. He has trained Egyptian journalists for the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and for the Cairo-based Media Development Program. Visit the Blog  | Subscribe to the Blog 
Staff Broadcast Shows
Community Media & You (Archive)
With host Thom Clark in Partnership with CAN TV21
Behind the scenes in Chicago’s neighborhoods and news–local media and civic action. Thom Clark, CMW President, hosts lively discussions with well-respected Chicago journalists and community leaders.CAN TV provides coverage of events relevant to the local community and gives every Chicagoan a voice on cable television by providing video training, facilities, equipment, and channel time for Chicago residents and nonprofit groups. CAN TV’s five local, noncommercial cable channels, CAN TV19, 21, 27, 36 and 42, reach more than one million viewers in the city of Chicago.For more information about CAN TV and other local Chicago programming, visit its website at www.cantv.org .
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City Voices (Archive)
“City Voices” is a public affairs radio show that had been broadcast weekly on WNUA, 95.5 FM since January 1995 up until the June 2009. Partners included the Chicago Reporter and Catalyst both published by the Community Renewal Society.
“City Voices” by Community Media Workshop was hosted by Thom Clark and broadcasted at 6:30am every Sunday on WNUA, 95.5.