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This article could be renamed The (Chicago, Ill.) RedEye to match how the newspaper is cited.Bigturtle 15:01, 26 September 2007 (UTC)
Article is woefully out of date
Since I have a conflict of interest with the RedEye, I'll refrain from editing directly, but I will point out a few things here so someone else can come along and edit it:
- The circulation is now 250,000. This increased last December. (sources: , )
- It would be nice as well if someone mentioned RedEye's Internet strides such as their Google Wave experiment (source from Mashable  and it ended in April ), or the RedEye Royalty (a reader loyalty program of sorts ). This would need a bit more work, of course.