The Walt Disney Co. and Charter Communications announced the resolution of their fight on Monday, restoring ESPN to some 15 million cable television customers hours before the game.
Star of ‘Good Bones’ show says city officials hampered her work
The HGTV home-improvement show is airing its last season, and Mina Starsiak Hawk says she’s not sure of her next steps. But one thing seems likely: She won’t be redeveloping or building houses regularly in Indianapolis anymore.Read More
‘Good Bones’ series to end after new season, co-star announces
The eighth and final season of Indianapolis-based home renovation series “Good Bones” is scheduled to debut Aug. 15 on HGTV.Read More
Indianapolis Motor Speedway to host ‘Shark Tank’ casting call
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway open casting call represents the first step toward making an on-air “Shark Tank” pitch.Read More
Indianapolis restaurant The Block takes a spin on ‘Great Food Truck Race’
The new “The Great Food Truck Race” season on Food Network pits rookie operators against established kitchens on wheels.Read More
While they no longer share a ZIP code, these three women share share a unique bond, arriving to Indianapolis as strangers and TV competitors at WISH, WTHR and WXIN/WTTV, but leaving as ardent supporters of one another and close friends.
ESPN is reintroducing a program that helped make drivers such as Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon famous.
The campaign commercial, created by Bullhorn Communications, will run on Indianapolis television stations from July 3 until July 16 and cost the campaign $603,000.
This year’s Indianapolis 500 attracted an average of 4.92 million viewers during the afternoon broadcast by NBC and Peacock.
‘100 Days to Indy’ TV documentary series will wrap up June 8 with a recap of Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 on the CW network.
Beatriz spoke to IBJ on Saturday afternoon about her experience in Indianapolis thus far, why she accepted the role of grand marshal, escaping the political discourse for a day at the track, and more.
Evening viewing of the Indianapolis 500 is a ritual in central Indiana, even for those who attended the race in person. And track officials say the blackout is necessary to protect the spectacle of the race.
Randy Ollis, who has been delivering weather forecasts for WISH-TV Channel 8 in Indianapolis since 1984, plans to leave the station later this year, he announced on Facebook.
The first Hollywood strike in 15 years began Tuesday as the economic pressures of the streaming era prompted unionized TV and film writers to picket for better pay outside major studios.
Streaming has exploded the number of series and films that are annually made, meaning more jobs for writers. But WGA members say they’re making much less money and working under more strained conditions.
Over the past few months, many streaming companies have started eliminating some of their own shows from their library. It helps save the companies money but brings criticism.
Mark Evans, executive vice president of ad sales for Fox Sports, said a few ads went for more than $7 million for a 30-second spot. Most sold between $6 million and $7 million.
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.
Indiana University and Greenwood High School alum Diaz plans to wrap up TV news career that included a six-year stint at Channel 13.
Polizzi, 31, started making videos on TikTok last year, which caught the attention of the producers of HBO Max’s “FBOY Island,” a kind of self-parodying, in-on-the-joke reality TV show.
This summer has been a breakthrough for streaming. In July, for the first month ever, the time viewers spent watching services like Netflix and Hulu outpaced viewership of broadcast and cable television networks.
Two people familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the Big Ten was looking for a seven-year deal worth $380 million per year to broadcast its football and basketball games from ESPN, and the network declined.
Lofton chats with host Mason King about his longevity in the TV news business; the offers he’s had—but not taken—to move up from the Indianapolis market; the close shaves he has experienced in the field; and whether there is room on local TV news to talk about the politically charged topic of climate change.
As part of the partnership between IBJ Media and Nexstar, Inside INdiana Business and IBJ will also produce short business segments that will be aired three days per week on Fox59.