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|Born||Asheville, North Carolina|
|Known for||Radio host
She was a reporter and digital editor for the Chicago Tribune's books section until February 2011, when the news organization named her as social media editor. In August 2013, Tribune Company tapped her to lead RedEye/Metromix Chicago. She is host of a Tribune Company's AM news-talk station, WGN weekend talk show, "RedEye Remix", after previous stints co-hosting "WGN Weekends with Alex and Amy" and "ChicagoNow Radio."
Guth is author of the 2006 novel Three Fallen Women.
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