Paramount Global says it still plans to sell Simon & Schuster, a nearly century-old company where authors include Stephen King, Colleen Hoover and Bob Woodward.
Morning anchor Carlos Diaz announces plans to leave WTHR-TV
Indiana University and Greenwood High School alum Diaz plans to wrap up TV news career that included a six-year stint at Channel 13.Read More
Judge blocks Penguin Random House-Simon & Schuster merger
The judge issued a brief ruling Monday, agreeing with the Justice Department that the joining of two of the world’s biggest publishers could “lessen competition” for “top-selling books.”Read More
NCAA approves new guidance on player endorsement deals
The latest clarifications provide new guidance to members on name, image and likeness activities, giving schools, coaches and staffers a better idea of how they can be involved with athletes’ endorsement and sponsorship deals.Read More
Since starting her blog Cornfields & High Heels, Jamie Ward has traveled extensively across Indiana and the Midwest, trying new things and journaling about her experiences.
The option to remain in school is more enticing than ever since the Indianapolis-based NCAA permitted college athletes to profit from use of their name, image and likeness, or NIL, in summer 2021.
Neither company is saying the other is wrong, but neither is backing down, either. The result is confusion, most notably for advertisers.
Polizzi, 31, started making videos on TikTok last year, which caught the attention of the producers of HBO Max’s “FBOY Island,” a kind of self-parodying, in-on-the-joke reality TV show.
Howey Politics Indiana, the website of longtime Hoosier journalist Brian Howey, is now owned by State Affairs, a subscription-based digital media startup looking to fill gaps in statehouse reporting coverage.
Stehr said his priorities if elected would include focusing on Zionsville’s finances, the town’s growth, public safety and mental health.
Netflix’s 15-year-old streaming service has until now been commercial free, but the Los Gatos, California, company decided to head in a new direction six months ago after reporting its first loss in subscribers in more than a decade.
The deal will see Pacers Sports & Entertainment provide individuals who purchase a multi-game ticket package with a complimentary six-month subscription to the streaming sports service.
Stitch, an Indianapolis-based software consultancy, was founded in July by three former leaders at Indianapolis-based Lev. Stitch now has about 20 employees, a number its CEO says could grow to 150 or more over the next three years.
Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and his Omaha Productions company will help shape programming for “The Pro Bowl Games” and promote the event’s content.
As regional vice president for Maryland-based Urban One, Deon Levingston holds the keys to the biggest house in Indianapolis broadcasting.
Scott Hums will become director of content while Nicole Block moves into news director role at the NBC affiliate.
Since 2015, West Lafayette High School and Purdue University alum Ellen K has hosted the morning show at iHeart Radio’s KOST-FM, which bills itself as Los Angeles’ “feel good” station.
Lena Pringle will join morning telecasts amid station moves that include former a Colts head coach providing weekly commentary.
We decided that we will maintain our focus on business news—and on how crime and other breaking news affects business.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office said the former accounting specialist worked with an unnamed co-conspirator, who was not an employee of the public television and radio station.
The not-for-profit designed to help Purdue University student-athletes use their name, image and likeness to boost charitable organizations announced Thursday it is expanding its services to all of Purdue’s 385 scholarship student-athletes.
WFCI-FM 89.5 will carry Christian programming after the sale is approved. It will remain on the air during the transition, providing public broadcasting.