On-Air Shows

The Scott Miller Show

The Scott Miller Show

“The Scott Miller Show” Raised in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. Scott Miller started in radio at 12 years old with legendary Chicago radio DJ Dick Biondi. Miller is a proud graduate of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Prior to WJBC Scott has worked at a variety of stations including: WGN and Oprah Radio during his…MORE

Craig Collins

Craig Collins

  It’s the new guy! Craig Collins on-the-air 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Craig Collins has been working at radio stations since he was 19. He was a co-host at ESPN in South Bend, a podcaster/producer/host for WGN Radio, and fill-in host/producer for a couple of nationally syndicated political talk shows. Craig loves the Yankees and seems to…MORE

Best of Scott Miller

Best of Scott Miller

Join us each and every Sunday morning here on AM 1230 WJBC for a replay of Scott Miller’s highlights from the week!MORE

When Radio Was

When Radio Was

When Radio Was is Radio Spirits’ nationally syndicated radio program which is hosted by old-time radio expert Greg Bell. Tune in today and enjoy the best of old-time radio!MORE

Chris Plante

Chris Plante

THERE’S ONLY ONE, CHRIS PLANTE The Chris Plante Show – live from Washington DC – offers you the inside word on the day’s top news stories with razor-sharp insight AND a unique sense of humor. Chris is a recovering member of the Washington media, having spent 17 years covering Breaking News, the Pentagon and National…MORE

Blogs

Is federal mobilization the answer?

By Mike Matejka As President Donald Trump threatens to send federal marshals into Chicago, over the objections of Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, recall another Illinois Governor who protested the incursion of armed federal personnel into the city.   Those federal troops, rather than calming, escalated the situation, leading to deaths and violence. Illinois poet Vachel Lindsay…

In these troubled times, to my fellow white Americans

By Mike Matejka Our nation is at a unique watershed in human relations. African-Americans have been killed too many times in the past before George Floyd, but the response to this man’s death is international and all-encompassing. I was a grade-schooler during the Civil Rights 1960s. I watched Birmingham demonstrators hosed and the Selma – Montgomery…

Workers’ Memorial Day – Remember those whose job took their life

Looking around our community, when we say employer, most will respond to State Farm, Country, or Illinois State University.   We too often forget those who are building our roads, serving our food, or our public employees. COVID-19 has made us more aware of the risk.  Going to work every day for some people means…

Everyone counts and you could make the difference

By Mike Matejka How many federal dollars will there be for road repairs?  To feed hungry families?  How many Illinois representatives will there be in Congress?  Are Illinois communities going to get their fair share? There’s only one way to ensure our community gets treated properly – answer the census. The every ten year U.S. census,…