In 2013, Terri Cope-Walton—a broadcast journalist almost by accident—became Indianapolis’ first black television news director. She compares a news show to a picnic: It’s only good if there are a variety of options to consume.
In a letter to a special committee of the board of directors, Smulyan said he looks forward "to further discussions with the committee and its financial advisor and legal counsel to complete a mutually acceptable transaction." His $4.10-per-share offer values the radio station company at about $50 million.
Jared Fogle, imprisoned for child pornography and sex abuse, said parents of one of his female victims—who are suing him for damages—are to blame for what he describes as the girl's "destructive behaviors."