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Steve Rhodes (journalist)

Steve Rhodes is a Chicago journalist and the founder[1] and editor of The Beachwood Reporter, a Chicago-centric webzine that launched in February 2006.

Before starting the Reporter, Rhodes was a reporter for Chicago magazine and wrote "Press Box", a media column on the magazine's Web site. Before that, he worked for Newsweek and the Chicago Tribune.[2]

Rhodes's duties include shaping and editing the site's content, as well as writing "The Papers", a media-criticism column that runs weekdays on the site's main page.

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  1. ^ "CNN RELIABLE SOURCES". Transcripts. CNN. Retrieved 2008-10-21. 
  2. ^ "About the speakers". Society of Professional Journalists. Retrieved 2008-10-21. 


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