Two hours of intelligent analysis of the coming election tonight

AT's news editor Ed Lasky joins a blue-ribbon panel of political journalists and broadcasting legend Milt Rosenberg for two hours of informed and intelligent discussion of the coming elections. The broadcast originates from WGN AM 720 in Chicago, between 9:05 PM and 11 tonight. A web feed is available here, but readers across a wide swatch of America, especially away from cities, may be able to listen, since WGN, one of America's most historic stations, is one of the few and privileged clear channel AM broadcasters with wide reach.

The panel members joining Ed are John McIntyre from Real Clear Politics and Dick Ciccone, former managing editor of the Chicago Tribune. It is described as "an analytic examination of presidential politics." Moderator Milt Rosenberg has been doing two hour explorations of serious topics, bringing expert and renowned guests into the studio for a face-to-face exchange, for over 2 decades.  Usually the first hour of the show is a pure in-studio conversation, and the second hour features call-in questions.

AT's news editor Ed Lasky joins a blue-ribbon panel of political journalists and broadcasting legend Milt Rosenberg for two hours of informed and intelligent discussion of the coming elections. The broadcast originates from WGN AM 720 in Chicago, between 9:05 PM and 11 tonight. A web feed is available here, but readers across a wide swatch of America, especially away from cities, may be able to listen, since WGN, one of America's most historic stations, is one of the few and privileged clear channel AM broadcasters with wide reach.

The panel members joining Ed are John McIntyre from Real Clear Politics and Dick Ciccone, former managing editor of the Chicago Tribune. It is described as "an analytic examination of presidential politics." Moderator Milt Rosenberg has been doing two hour explorations of serious topics, bringing expert and renowned guests into the studio for a face-to-face exchange, for over 2 decades.  Usually the first hour of the show is a pure in-studio conversation, and the second hour features call-in questions.