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Format switch to old school hip-hop rockets radio station to top of charts

Indianapolis radio station WRWM-FM 93.9 rocketed from the 15th-most-listened-to station in central Indiana in December to No. 1 in January—its first full month playing old school hip-hop.
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Fever hire new ad agency, plan early media blitz

KH Complete Advertising has replaced the Indiana Fever's long-time advertising agency and is promising to ramp up ticket sales for the upcoming season. New TV ads and billboards are coming in March.
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As Comcast prepares to exit Indy, questions abound

Comcast, the nation’s largest cable company, is looking to expand with its proposed $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable. But customers in central Indiana won’t come along for the ride. To ease antitrust concerns, Comcast plans to hand 2.5 million customers to a new spinoff called GreatLand Connections.
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Two Indy publications sold to New York-based firm

Longtime local publisher Ted Fleischaker has agreed to sell his two print publications—The Word and Up Downtown—to New York-based publisher Gaycation Magazine.
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Telecom players embrace home security services

Technology has paved the way for people to engage with more aspects of their homes beyond security features. As a result, cable, phone and other companies have taken notice and jumped into the space.
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Is Smulyan’s NextRadio crusade near breakthrough?

The Emmis Communications Corp. CEO says widespread adoption of the service, which allows consumers to listen to terrestrial FM radio on smartphones, will usher in better times for the radio industry.
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Indy Humane Society drops GoDaddy over Super Bowl ad

The organization's director said the group found the ad "egregious" and wanted to make a statement by dropping the company.
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Social media sorts out Super Bowl ad winners and losers

Procter & Gamble's Always scores with "like a girl" spot. Budweiser takes arrows for deriding craft beer movement.
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Pacers telecasts on Fox Sports going mobile

Fox Sports Indiana is live streaming home and away games—as well as pre- and post-game shows—to mobile devices. Pacers officials are hopeful the viewing option will grow the team’s fan base and increase ticket and other sales.
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Marketing tech company changes name, appoints new CEO

Smarter Remarketer, considered one of the city's most promising marketing technology companies, has rebranded itself and promoted to CEO an executive who joined the company last fall, the company announced this week.
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