About 24/7 Chicago

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    "24/7 Chicago: Secrets of the City" airs Saturday nights -- technically Sunday morning -- at 12:30am on NBC5. The 30-minute show features celebrities and everyday Chicagoans alike, providing a fun, fresh approach to Chicago's unique blend of urban liveliness and Midwest charm.

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    Catie Keogh -- Host & Executive Producer
    Catie Keogh is the Host and Executive Producer for 24/7 Chicago. Catie has a total of 4 Emmy nominations to her credit, including 2 Emmy nominations as the Executive Producer and Host of 24/7 Chicago and 2 Emmy nominations as the Executive Producer and Host of the 2009 and 2010 Chicago Auto Show (aired on CBS in 2009 and FOX in 2010). She is one of the original creators of 24/7 Chicago and is currently the managing partner of REI MEDIA and Key to the City Productions. Catie was recognized as one of Chicago's Bold and Beautiful Women in 2010 by Chicago Magazine and was featured as one of the top Chicagoans to watch in 2008 by CS Magazine. She trained with Second City and IO (formerly Improv Olympics) for 6 years and worked with FOX in Baltimore as a Correspondent before coming back to Chicago to start 24/7. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, with a Bachelors Degree in Communication.

    Pete McMurray -- Host
    Pete McMurray is the Host of 24/7 Chicago on NBC5. He was originally a Correspondent for 24/7, but soon became Co-Host with Catie Keogh. Pete has a total of 4 Emmy nominations to his credit, including 2 Emmy nominations for 24/7 Chicago and 2 Emmys nominations for hosting the 2009 and 2010 Chicago Auto Show (aired on CBS in 2009 and FOX in 2010). You can also listen to Pete weekday mornings on WLUP 97.9 The Loop and as a Contributor to FOX32 WFLD. Pete is #6 of 12 kids in his family, something he believes gives him a serious case of middle child syndrome. He was voted Class Clown in high school and later graduated from Bradley University. Pete loves to laugh and embraces the everyday humor he stumbles upon through his endless Chicago experiences.