The new owners of Edible Indy magazine have tapped as managing editor a rising foodie star in radio, TV, blogging and webcasting.
Based in Indianapolis since 1970, The Saturday Evening Post is searching for office space in Philadelphia to return news operations back to the historic publication's roots.
Veteran Indianapolis Monthly chief Deborah Paul is easing into retirement, leaving her full-time gig as editorial director of Emmis Publishing to work as a consultant.
The Indianapolis communications company confirmed it is seeking a replacement for David Zivan, who had led the magazine for six years.
Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. announced Thursday that second-quarter revenue slipped from last year and losses nearly quadrupled. However, the sale of three radio stations for $120 million, a reduction in debt and increases in advertising give executives hope.
The Children’s Better Health Institute, a division of The Saturday Evening Post Society Inc., plans to ask the Metropolitan Development Commission to rezone a 23-acre parcel on the city’s northwest side.
Mignone Communications claims Weiss Communications, which publishes Indianapolis Woman, owes it $271,196 for printing costs dating to November 2007.
The CEO thinks Emmis could cast off some big-market stations, raising ample cash to pay off the company’s bank debt before it comes due in November 2013.
A Monday morning announcement from Alden Global Capital puts CEO Jeff Smulyan’s efforts to take Emmis private in real jeopardy.
His attempts to sway preferred shareholders already have failed five times.
Katz Sapper & Miller LLP and Blue & Co. LLC again are the only two local accounting firms to crack Inside Public
Accounting’s annual top-100 list.