Local advertisers and media buyers said they’ll keep a close eye on the first half of 2010 to see
how Patrick, who launched his show Jan. 4, matches up against WFNI-AM 1070’s afternoon drive time
A Hungary radio station operated by Emmis until late last year might broadcast again following a court decision.
Q95’s Tom Griswold and Bob Kevoian have maintained their lofty ratings, keeping the Clear Channel Radio station near the top
of the Indianapolis radio market.
The latest Arbitron Inc. radio ratings show the central Indiana market is becoming far more competitive, with the top
stations separated only by fractions of a point. WFMS-FM slipped, but remained No. 1, while urban stations WHHH-FM and WTLC-FM
climbed into the next two spots.
When local radio industry veteran Charlie Morgan stepped down as president of Indianapolis Motor Speedway Productions last
month, it could’ve appeared he was trying to escape the daunting problems of open-wheel racing. Unless you considered
where he was going.
The Fine Arts Society of Indianapolis inspires passion for classical music across central Indiana through broadcast programming
Emmis Communications Corp. struggles to contain expenses and minimize debts due to radio advertising shortfalls.
Longtime sports/talk station WNDE-AM 1260 has beaten back newcomer WFNI-AM 1070 in a critical listener demographic despite
WFNI’s extensive promotion of hosts Eddie White and Indianapolis Star sports columnist Bob Kravitz.
The local radio market’s biggest shake-up in more than a decade has almost every commercial station in central Indiana scrambling
to attract the thousands of listeners and millions of advertising dollars suddenly up for grabs. Emmis Communications Corp.
said Oct. 8 it will move WIBCAM 1070 programming to the FM frequency previously occupied by WNOU-FM 93.1, which it will kill.
Industry experts said the fallout will continue to rain down throughout the fourth quarter and well into 2008. “There’s lots…
Local officials for Georgiabased Cumulus Media Inc. have taken another risky leap, launching central Indiana’s first commercial
news-talk format on the FM dial.