Carolene Mays plans to leave the Indianapolis newspaper after being named to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
The 178-member union is suing to preserve its arbitration rights, and possibly win back the jobs of eight people who were
let go last summer.
In a move not necessarily stranger than fiction, Herb Simon has bought Kirkus Reviews, the venerable journal of prepublication
book reviews. The owner of the Indiana Pacers co-owns an independent bookstore in California and is described as a voracious
Donnie Babb’s Gauge Media Group started in his basement at tortoise speed but now churns out $2 million
in sales with a staff of nine full-time and 15 part-time employees.
Bloomington-based Author Solutions Inc. announced Tuesday that it has entered into a self-publishing partnership with Toronto-based
Harlequin Enterprises Limited, a prolific publisher of romance novels.
The parent company of Indianapolis Business Journal has filed plans to add a sign with an electronic-message component outside
the newspaper’s headquarters at 41 E. Washington St.
Publishers of the weekly Current in Carmel newspaper launched a publication this month in Noblesville.
While on a long flight recently, I noticed that the woman sitting next to me was using a “Kindle,” the e-book
device that allows one to download books and click through pages. I mourn the fading away of the tangible,
the sensual—books, newspapers, letters.
Indianapolis Star business columnist John Ketzenberger is leaving the newspaper to become president of the Indiana Fiscal
Policy Institute, the organization said today.
The Indianapolis-based magazine, which
publishes every other month, launched a redesign in July reminiscent of its glory days, with a retro masthead, narrative cover
art and fiction writing.
Indianapolis calendar publisher Time Factory Publishing is launching a Website to compete with photo sharing and publishing
sites Shutterfly and Flickr.
Today, life without a daily newspaper isn’t so farfetched.