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Changing Channels

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TV has jumped the shark! Networks and cable are out, Hulu and Netflix are in. That's changing the way television is produced, and how people are watching. Each week on WBEZ's Changing Channels, pop culture critics Leah Pickett, Britt Julious and Alison Cuddy watch TV and talk about its future.

TV has jumped the shark! Networks and cable are out, Hulu and Netflix are in. That's changing the way television is produced, and how people are watching. Each week on WBEZ's Changing Channels, pop culture critics Leah Pickett, Britt Julious and Alison Cuddy watch TV and talk about its future.
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Chicago, IL

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TV has jumped the shark! Networks and cable are out, Hulu and Netflix are in. That's changing the way television is produced, and how people are watching. Each week on WBEZ's Changing Channels, pop culture critics Leah Pickett, Britt Julious and Alison Cuddy watch TV and talk about its future.

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English

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848 East Grand Ave Navy Pier Chicago, Illinois 60611 312-948-4600


Episodes

Emmy predictions, QI and Food TV

9/19/2013
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Don't miss the Season 1 finale of Changing Channels! Leah, Britt and Alison reveal their favorites to win at the Primetime Emmy Awards this Sunday, and chat with Changing Channels executive producer Andrew Gill (also the co-host of WBEZ's craft beer podcast, Strange Brews) about the evolution of food TV in the age of Anthony Bourdain. Plus, Alison talks to John Mitchinson, original member of the popular British comedy panel series "QI," about what makes the show fun—and which American...

Duration:00:44:12

Small shows, Lena Waithe and Reality TV on Mars

9/13/2013
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In this episode, Leah, Britt and Alison say never mind the premier series, small is beautiful when it comes to television shows. But are the networks or streaming services making space for shows that carve out the middle ground? Plus Lena Waithe tells us why her show “Twenties” is more than just a black version of “Girls”. And YOUR predictions about the end of “Breaking Bad.” Call in to share your theory at 1-888-915-9922.

Duration:00:45:40

Easy Abby, Margaret Lyons and the Fall "Season"

9/5/2013
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How do you think Breaking Bad will end? Call our hotline (888) 915-9922 TV climate change! As the Fall TV season approaches, we wonder if the TV season even matters in the age of binge-viewing a full series over the weekend. We ask Vulture's TV Critic Margaret Lyons, will industry forces keep things the same, or is the season model a remnant of the past? And, we chat with Wendy Jo Carlton, writer/director of the hit Chicago-based web series "Easy Abby" about making TV for the web and...

Duration:00:57:32