Sidelining the all-in-one iTunes in favor of separate apps for music, video and other services will let Apple build features for specific types of media and better promote its TV-streaming and music services to help offset slowing sales of iPhones.
Album, CD business booms for one firm, even as streaming grows
Over the last decade, streaming sites and compressed file-sharing technologies such as MP3 have chased most “physical” media from the forefront of the audio and video recording industries. But Chip Viering sees that as an opportunity.Read More
Light, video show on Circle to pay patriotic tribute nightly
The curtain is set to be raised on a nightly five-minute patriotic light and sound presentation that local officials say will cast Monument Circle in a whole new hue and could draw tens of thousands of people annually to the iconic landmark.Read More
Jim Irsay pays nearly $4M for guitar featured on Pink Floyd albums
The guitar was sold by former Pink Floyd frontman David Gilmour, who played it on such iconic albums as “The Dark Side of the Moon” and “The Wall."Read More
When he leaves, Krzysztof Urbanski will have been with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for a decade, after joining in 2011 as the youngest artistic leader of any major American orchestra.
High Alpha’s Eric Tobias talks with podcast host Mason King about what he and two other tech execs plan to change at the 81-year-old venue (think glass barware and a larger green room)—and what they think the club is already doing well.
Broad Ripple’s historic nightclub has its first new ownership since 1986. The new owners plan to maintain the Vogue as a live-music venue while expanding into other types of programming.
An indoor performing arts center is set to open this summer in a southern Indiana tourist destination a decade after arson destroyed the county’s long-popular music venue.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is conducting a feasibility study on its office space needs that could lead it to leave the 17-story, 107-year-old building it owns behind Hilbert Circle Theatre.
Since 1956, Footlite Musicals has built a reputation as a theater for all with volunteer productions of classic musicals. But while Footlite’s bread and butter might be works by the likes of Rodgers & Hammerstein, it has also introduced audiences to many shows unlikely to be seen on other area stages. “Priscilla Queen of the […]
Two of Indy’s leading actors gave up lucrative careers in movies, TV and commercials to make a new life for themselves in central Indiana.
Katy Gentry has been listening to Judy Garland since she was 13 years old and was gifted a copy of the iconic singer’s Carnegie Hall concert on vinyl.
New restrooms will be ready for concertgoers at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn, but a key portion of the venue’s two-year, $27 million revamp must wait until 2020.
White River State Park Development Commission Executive Director Carolene Mays-Medley told members of the State Budget Committee on Tuesday that the commission wants to add a permanent stage, seating, restrooms and an artist amenity building to the park.
The project would include building a stage house, two sets of restrooms, permanent seating, a VIP building with additional restrooms, an artist amenity building and other unspecified site improvements.
While it might seem intuitive to simply go to the finals, you could also check out one of the earlier rounds at the Indiana History Center, where tickets are just $15.
The move could cut potential attendance at Friday evening’s show from about 30,000 to no more than 8,000.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra confirmed Tuesday morning that Krzysztof Urbanski’s contract has been extended. The new deal with the 35-year-old conductor is shorter than the typical music director contract, according to an orchestra consultant.
A southern Indiana tourist site is moving ahead with plans for an indoor performing arts center that local officials hope will lure visitors back to its once-thriving arts-and-music village.
The first episode of the Indianapolis Business Journal’s new weekly podcast explore how future leaders can use the experience of making music to learn how to inspire great performances from their workforces.
The entertainment provider is launching its biggest seasons yet at both Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville and Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in Indianapolis.
Broadway phenomenon “Hamilton: An American Musical” is scheduled for Indianapolis as part of an upcoming national tour of the show, but fans will need to be patient.