The Terre Haute plant was the first manufacturer of compact discs in the U.S., beginning production in September 1984 with Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the U.S.A” album.
‘Chicks on the Right’ co-founder to exit WIBC, cites vaccination mandates among reasons
Miriam Weaver says the primary factor in her departure is newly available time to focus on ‘Chicks on the Right’ work with Amy Jo Clark.Read More
Hinchcliffe moves from IndyCar driver to NBC analyst
The media-savvy Canadian will replace countryman Paul Tracy in the booth and call next year’s 17-race schedule alongside Leigh Diffey and Townsend Bell.Read More
‘Bob & Tom,’ syndication company agree to new 3-year deal
Two weeks after releasing details about a contract extension with 18 radio stations, “The Bob & Tom Show” announced Monday a new deal with syndication company Westwood One.Read More
New York City-based Hachette Book Group said the 164,000-square-foot expansion will result in the hiring of additional staff.
Delivra’s new owner, British Columbia-based Redbrick, said the company’s operations will remain in Indianapolis and all of its employees will retain their jobs.
Indiana University alum Bogle will be an evening anchor for an NBC affiliate in Myrtle Beach.
Felicia Lawrence is set to work her first Channel 13 shift alongside Scott Swan and Anne Marie Tiernon in late January.
The national spike in COVID-19 cases imperils hundreds of millions of dollars in college football playoff advertising for Walt Disney Co.’s ESPN sports network because of the growing risk games might be canceled, Bloomberg Intelligence estimated in a note Tuesday.
Indianapolis-based “The Pat McAfee Show” and online gambling giant FanDuel have agreed to terms on a massive new four-year sponsorship deal, according to media reports.
Bill Miller, president of the American Gaming Association—the gambling industry’s national trade association—called the current level of sports betting ads “an unsustainable arms race.”
Judges in Allen, Delaware, Lake, Tippecanoe and Vanderburgh counties are participating in the four-month broadcasting pilot project beginning Dec. 1.
Though the proposal’s main objective was to rescue small papers hit hard by the pandemic, should the tax break become law, Gannett, one of the nation’s largest remaining newspaper chains, could gain as much as $127.5 million over five years.
The departure of Brenna Donnelly follows several recent exits by on-air personalities at WISH-TV.
The Justice Department is suing to block a $2.2 billion book publishing deal that would have reshaped the industry, saying consolidation would hurt authors and, ultimately, readers.
In Indiana last year, dozens of insurers across the state rolled out plans hoping to get a sizable piece of the fast-growing market.
The stock buyback offer, announced Thursday, applies to up to 2 million shares of Class A common stock at $2.60 per share, or more than $1 per share above the closing price of Emmis shares on Thursday.
Terri Cope-Walton broke barriers in 2013, when she became the first Black television news director in Indianapolis history.
Amanda Starrantino joined Channel 6 in 2016 as a morning news anchor and moved to evenings in 2017, co-anchoring with Marc Mullins.
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 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.
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.
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.