CBS 2 Chicago Accepts National Edward R. Murrow Award For Overall Excellence, Brad Edwards Accepts Murrow Award For Excellence In WritingCBS 2 and Vice President and News Director Jeff Harris was in New York Wednesday night to accept the prestigious Radio Television Digital News Association national Edward R. Murrow Award the station won for overall excellence, and CBS 2 Investigator and main anchor Brad Edwards accepted a national Murrow Award for writing excellence.
Viewers Advised To Rescan If Not Receiving CBS 2 After Willis Tower OutageViewers who are not receiving CBS 2 after a power outage at the Willis Tower are advised to conduct a rescan.
Best Of Luck To Derrick Blakley"I've been really fortunate to receive the support here and the reception I've had, most importantly, from the viewers of Chicago, who have been absolutely wonderful to me for a very, very long time. I hope I have kept their trust and I am grateful to have enjoyed their support."
CBS 2 Launches Public Tryouts For New Traffic ReporterCBS 2 is launching a contest for residents to become the station’s new morning traffic reporter.
Longtime CBS 2 Stagehand RememberedThe Chicago broadcasting community is remembering Bernard Benjamin Klein, a television stagehand who spent his career at CBS 2 as the medium evolved from its infancy.
50 Years Ago, JFK-Nixon Debate Changed PoliticsIt changed the face of American politics and took place in Chicago 50 years ago in the old WBBM-TV studios. The Nixon-Kennedy presidential debates were the first ever to be televised. The match-up highlighted the importance of image and playing to the cameras in politics.