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Chicago Tribunes Takes $1,000 from Sun-Times

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The Chicago Sun-Times held a contest. The goal: to create a video about the naming rights of Wrigley Field, which is owned by the Tribune Co., which is controlled by Sam Zell. The video that won is called "We're Not Gonna Change It" and features Viagra jokes and a dancing man in a Sam Zell mask. It also happened to be created by a Chicago Tribune intern and what seems to be a fair chunk of the staff. See the video here. Zell's reaction was pretty funny, too.
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