Chicago Amplified

October 17th, 2007

Programming on Chicago Public Radio’s “Chicago Amplified”

Chicago Amplified was created in 2006 to bring wider distribution to some of the most exciting and informative public programming happening throughout the Chicago region. Everyday throughout our communities there are lectures, conversations, panel discussions, forums, and other educational events taking place. They serve the purpose of inspiring public discourse about a vast array of topics, from recent scientific discoveries and important issues of the day to culture connections and the importance of shared experience in both our personal and collective history.

Bringing these events together in a Web-based audio archive, this project aims to both increase access to this ongoing public discourse and encourage us all to join it. Here you have the opportunity to explore new topics and share others’ experiences through educational projects facilitated by some of the world’s foremost scholars, authors, artists, policy makers, and community leaders.

Listen to Community Media Workshop special events on “Chicago Amplified” at Select “Community Media Workshop” in the “View Event Archives By Partner” drop down menu.

Community Media Workshop
at Columbia College
600 S. Michigan Ave.
tel: 312-369-6400
fax: 312-369-6404


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