The nearly 9-year-old radio show, which filled the 3 p.m.-to-7 p.m. drive-time spot on WNDE-AM 1260, was hosted by Jake Query and Derek Schultz.
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Carmel to pay $64,000 to change Westfield highway sign
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The entire men’s basketball team and coaching staff died on Dec. 13, 1977, after the plane carrying them crashed on takeoff. It was a seminal moment for the city and the University of Evansville.
Designated as a legacy project of the Indianapolis Bicentennial Commission, the new “Encyclopedia of Indianapolis” is being developed by the Polis Center at IUPUI in collaboration with several major cultural and heritage institutions.
In August, GateHouse Media, a chain backed by an investment firm, announced it was buying Virginia-based USA Today and Gannett Co., which owned The Indianapolis Star, for $12.06 a share in cash and stock, or $1.4 billion. The deal closed in November.
A catalog-industry rebound appears in the works, fueled in part by what might seem an unlikely group: younger shoppers who find it’s sometimes easier, more satisfying and even nostalgic, flipping pages rather than clicking links.
The strips span from the launch of “Garfield” in 1978 to 2011, when Indiana-based cartoonist Jim Davis began drawing the strip digitally.
Under fire from politicians, patients and health care advocates over the price of insulin, Eli Lilly and Co. announced a campaign Thursday morning to raise awareness of cost-saving options for the drug.
New York-based Macmillan Publishers on Nov. 1 began limiting libraries to one license of each new e-book title for the first two months after publication. That’s created even longer waiting lists of e-books at public libraries.
Boomer and Blue were voted into the hall after two rounds of public voting that started in October. More than 120,000 votes from 58 countries and 41,000 zip codes were tallied.
Nexstar Media Group Inc. has terminated about two dozen employees at CBS affiliate WTTV-TV Channel 4 and Fox affiliate WXIN-TV Channel 59 in Indianapolis, industry sources told IBJ on Wednesday.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced Tuesday that it has struck a multi-year naming rights deal for the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
Ronnie Ramos, executive editor of The Indianapolis Star since March 2018, plans to resign Dec. 20 “to pursue other opportunities,” the newspaper reported Monday morning.
Standard Media Group of Nashville, Tennessee, said it will buy stations in Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi, New York and Tennessee.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb on Friday said cease-and-desist letters have been sent to two news organizations in response to published reports that include accusations that his administration dismissed safety citations against Amazon as the state tried to win the company’s coveted HQ2 project.
Brian Howey, the longtime publisher of newsletters and a web site dedicated to politics in Indiana, is being treated in St. Vincent Hospital’s intensive care unit after surgery for a head injury.
Katiera Winfrey, who grew up in Indianapolis, will be “the state’s first-ever television journalist dedicated exclusively to covering stories affecting Indiana’s diverse population,” according to station officials.
Dominic Mancuso, a 35-year broadcasting veteran, held the same position for Nexstar Media Group in Buffalo, New York, for CBS affiliate WIVB-TV and CW affiliate WNLO-TV.
Executives of the combined company, which will keep the Gannett name, acknowledged there will be layoffs—the company has committed to cutting $300 million in annual costs.