Before talking about Purdue football on the radio, Pete Quinn was the starting center for the Boilermakers from 1977 to 1980.
WFMS morning host Jim Denny riding into sunset after 35 years at station
Denny was inducted into the Nashville, Tennessee-based Country Radio Hall of Fame in 2014. He announced Friday morning that he had decided to retire.Read More
The Fan radio station shifts Jake Query to Dan Dakich’s former time slot
The sports talk radio station owned by Maryland-based Urban One will revamp its weekday morning show and launch a new midday show.Read More
Comedian Ron Sexton, longtime member of ‘Bob & Tom Show,’ dies at 52
Indianapolis native Sexton, who was known for several characters, including Donnie Baker, appeared on “The Bob & Tom Show” for more than 20 years.Read More
Retired since 2015, Bob Kevoian made a rare appearance Wednesday on the syndicated “Bob & Tom” show to publicly reveal his diagnosis.
McAfee, who punted for the Colts from 2009 to 2016, is owner of Indianapolis-based digital media production company Pat McAfee Inc.
Known for an over-the-top vocal delivery and a knack for connecting with youth culture, Buster Bodine helped make WNAP—known as “The Buzzard”—a local sensation.
Dakich, a former Indiana University basketball player and interim head coach, has been known for his combative persona on his midday sports talk show.
WFBQ-FM 94.7 on-air personality Don Stuck is picking up work as a background actor in network TV shows and an upcoming film.
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.
Emmis Corp. on Wednesday said it dismissed eight employees in advance of a sale of the company’s Indianapolis radio stations to Urban One.
Broadcast veteran Stan Lehr spent time at radio stations in Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska before joining the WIBC staff in 1993. He will work his final on-air shift Friday afternoon.
Casey Daniels will return to Indianapolis to succeed Miriam “Mock” Weaver as the on-air partner of Rob Kendall on a show that airs 9 a.m. to noon.
In a wide-ranging conversation with IBJ reporter Dave Lindquist, Tom Griswold of “The Bob & Tom Show” talks about working with his sons (one on the air and one off), recovering from heart surgery and the future of the iconic radio program.
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.
Indiana University alum Bogle will be an evening anchor for an NBC affiliate in Myrtle Beach.
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.
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.
“The Fan Morning Show with Jeff & Big Joe” on Emmis-owned WFNI-FM has seen the departure of both Jeff Rickard and Joe Staysniak in the past week.
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.
For more than two decades, starting in the late 1980s, Limbaugh dominated the airwaves, inspiring a generation of conservative talk show hosts and politicians.
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.