Radio lost one of its greats today as Chicago legend Larry ‘Superjock” Lujack passed away at the age of 73. The former WLS and WCFL star had been battling esophageal cancer. Rush Limbaugh was quoted in a 1990 NYT story as saying Larry Lujack was "the only person I ever copied." #RIP #Superjock — phil_rosenthal (@phil_rosenthal) December 19, 2013 Before I aspired to be Larry David I aspired to be Larry Lujack. Larry Lujack 1940-2013 | Robert Feder http://t.co/HWbugLI2b1 #superjock — Michael Damsky (@michaeldamsky) December 19, 2013 Friend, team mate, inspiration, & role model. Just received word my buddy Larry Lujack passed away. Too young, too soon. — Fred Winston (@FredWinston) December 19, 2013 @RobertFeder I can't tell you how many of us g...[Read More]
In Sundays edition of the Chicago Tribune, Phil Rosenthal reports that Steve Dahl will make his move to mornings on WJMK “104.3 Jack-FM“. To promote Dahl’s move to so-called Jack FM, WCKG plans to pre-empt nearly its entire programming schedule with “Best of Steve Dahl” clips, beginning Monday night. Dahl also is set to continue to do his afternoon show on the station through Friday. Additionally, the Chicago Bulls will move their game broadcasts from WCKG to WMVP “ESPN Radio 1000” because of the pending flip. The Bulls had left WMVP for WCKG before the 2006-07 season, but after one year will move back.