The show’s co-founder initially was scheduled for a procedure to repair the valve, but doctors then decided full replacement was a better course of action.
Longtime motorsports broadcaster Bob Jenkins dies at 73
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Emmis Communications Corp. says the signal’s towers in Whitestown will be dismantled to make way for development.
Purdue University officials have signed a letter of intent for the transfer of both WBAA’s AM and FM stations to Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Media. WBAA first received its broadcasting license in 1922.
In addition to writing books and articles, delivering presentations and leading tours, the former Indianapolis Star writer hosts the weekly radio show “Hoosier History Live” on WICR-FM 88.7.
That case gets to the heart of much litigation that began in 2020: When COVID-19 leads to a contract being broken, what can be recovered and what must be forgiven?
For more than two decades, starting in the late 1980s, Limbaugh dominated the airwaves, inspiring a generation of conservative talk show hosts and politicians.
Graham is the second woman and the first minority in the company’s 41-year history to hold that post.
Hoosiers have been hearing Paul Mendenhall’s your-buddy-next-door voice for more than 40 years over a long string of radio frequencies. Now he’s retiring after nearly 20 years at WTTS-FM 92.3.
The show will continue with a new name and a new co-host starting Nov. 2.
The station, which had been identifying itself as 97.5 Kiss FM since August, is now known as Business News 97.5.
Industry veteran Jeff Smulyan is pairing with a low-profile New York hedge fund manager once described as “the most important, least known man in TV.”
Standard Media Group of Nashville, Tennessee, said it will buy stations in Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi, New York and Tennessee.
Republican Susie Cordi, who was elected to the council in 2015 and is not seeking re-election this year, is featured in a radio ad released Monday by the campaign for Democratic incumbent Mayor Joe Hogsett
Fishers-based audio marketing technology company Vibenomics Inc. on Tuesday announced it has begun selling ad spots to national advertisers for audio commercials that will be played across many or all of its clients’ in-house controlled radio stations.
CEO Jeff Smulyan says he still loves radio, but the 72-year-old pines to own businesses that have real growth potential, rather than fighting over nickels and dimes in a stagnant industry.
While “The Hammer and Nigel Show” is flourishing now, WIBC-FM 93.1 took a big risk in 2016 putting the two former rock ’n’ roll disc jockeys at the helm of a news-talk program, the station’s bread and butter.
Host John Krull announced on the air Tuesday that the twice-weekly radio show will end on July 11. That makes way for a new program, “All In,” that will be hosted by WFYI’s Matt Pelsor.
Emmis Communications said it is selling two of its three New York City radio stations to investment firm Standard General. In return, Emmis will receive $91.5 million in cash plus a significant share of a new public company that will own the two stations. Emmis stock soared after the deal was announced.
The bank will use the three-story building that fronts Monument Circle for lending offices and a branch location. The magazine’s staff plans to move into the adjacent headquarters for Emmis Communications.