“It ain’t pretty, but it’s real”: Legendary Chicago investigative reporter John Drummond

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Dave Hoekstra visits with legendary Chicago reporter John “Bulldog” Drummond, who talks about his long career at WBBM-TV, cutting his teeth amidst local and national political tension in 1968, working with controversial talker Howard Miller and how his firing opened up the #1 ratings spot for Wally Phillips at WGN, how differences in revenue and reporting have changed television news over the years and more.

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