Amanda Starrantino joined Channel 6 in 2016 as a morning news anchor and moved to evenings in 2017, co-anchoring with Marc Mullins.
Kurt Vonnegut Museum earns state’s first Literary Landmark designation
The designation puts the museum on Indiana Avenue in the same company with sites associated with Edgar Allen Poe, Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Zora Neale Hurston, Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe.Read More
‘Hard Knocks’ to showcase Colts for first in-season episodes
It will be the Colts’ first appearance on “Hard Knocks,” which debuted in 2001 by following the Baltimore Ravens through training camp as they began defense of their Super Bowl title.Read More
Former lieutenant governor Mutz invests in shoring up local news
John Mutz has donated nearly $2.3 million in four years to kick-start and support research by the Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism’s Local News Initiative.Read More
Acquisition of Inside INdiana expands IBJ Media’s footprint
IBJ Media CEO and co-owner Nate Feltman said the acquisition fulfills two goals he’s had since becoming an owner of IBJ Media in 2017: expanding coverage statewide and moving into video and TV.Read More
Alyssa Andrews, a graduate of Center Grove High School and Indiana University, has returned to central Indiana as the newest meteorologist at WXIN-TV Channel 59 and sister station WTTV-TV Channel 4.
The Star’s investment on a single story was especially astonishing at a time when local and regional newspapers around the country have faced shrinking ad revenue or hedge-fund takeovers, some of them closing altogether.
IBJ Media CEO Nate Feltman started talking about three years ago with Gerry Dick about acquiring Inside INdiana Business’ parent company. But the seeds of a deal might have been planted years earlier.
Indiana University quarterback Michael Penix Jr. is cashing in before he goes under center for the team’s season opener Saturday at No. 18 Iowa. It’s the first time a motorsports league has paid prominent college players to help sell tickets.
A federal judge in New York ruled this week that Locast’s not-for-profit status doesn’t protect it from copyright law.
The veteran TV journalist is retiring after a 36-year career that took her around the country covering national stories. Her departure is the latest in a spate of exits from the local NBC affiliate.
IBJ Media CEO and co-owner Nate Feltman said the acquisition fulfills two goals he’s had since becoming an owner of IBJ Media in 2017: expanding coverage statewide and moving into video and TV.
Hundreds of college student-athletes across the country have started signing endorsement deals and social media contracts, under rules the NCAA approved this summer.
Following the death of her infant daughter in 2019 and a summer of soul searching, the high-profile anchor says she feels drawn in another direction.
A new Netflix documentary examines the artist’s legacy and the bitter dispute over the continued use of the TV personality’s name and likeness.
“Racing has lost one of its most well-respected journalists and most beloved personalities,” Indianapolis Motor Speedway owner Roger Penske said Wednesday after learning of Miller’s death.
Harkness led Loyola University Chicago to a barrier-breaking national college championship in basketball in 1963 and went on to a pioneering career in fundraising, broadcasting and business in Indianapolis.
Called, “Indy Now,” WXIN-TV Channel 59’s hour-long program will be co-hosted by a former TV reporter and a former singer for a popular vocal group.
High Alpha said The Juice will provide the first on-demand hub for marketing and sales professionals to access, consume and organize leadership and educational content, including articles, podcasts, videos, ebooks and more material.
“The Fan Morning Show with Jeff & Big Joe” on Emmis-owned WFNI-FM has seen the departure of both Jeff Rickard and Joe Staysniak in the past week.
Jenkins, a native of Liberty, Indiana, was heard over five decades on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network, including as chief announcer from 1990 through 1998.
The decision ends months of internal discussions triggered by a national reckoning by institutions and teams to permanently drop logos and names many consider racist.
Jon Miller, president of NBC Sports programming, said the extension was a three-year deal and that NBC Sports is proud of the growth it’s seen since it acquired the entire IndyCar schedule in 2019.
Small business owners in college towns are sorting out just what it means to strike an endorsement deal with athletes who are now free to profit from the use of their name, image and likeness.