Chuck Collins

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I had just reentered the chat room as you were leaving and you made some sort of reference to a show you were doing with Chuck Collins.

The name brought back memories of a wonderful TV show here in Chicago on UHF channel WSNS from the early 1970s. Called Underground News, it was hosted by a young Chuck Collins. Although there is some resemblance, this is a clearly a different Chuck Collins since a Google search yielded an obit from last August for the Underground News host who went on to become a respected journalist.

http://newsblogs.chicagotribune.com/towerticker/2010/08/underground-news...

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118022513?refCatId=25#ixzz0vgcFZ0Jp

I'm curious if the Chuck Collins which you are interviewing was aware of the other journalist and whether he has any anecdotes about the possible confusion.

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