Politicians and outside antitrust analysts have expressed concern in recent years that Google controls too much of the online digital ad process.
The Senate Local Government Committee voted 5-4 on Thursday against House Bill 1212, which would have mandated that sheriff’s offices advertise foreclosure sales online rather than in printed newspapers.
The social media giant said it has found that 40 percent of Americans live in places where there weren't enough local news stories to support its new service.
Bob Kravitz, the longtime local sports columnist who recently lost his job with WTHR-TV Channel 13, will continue covering local sports in his new gig.
The purchase of Time by Marc Benioff continues a trend of acquisitions of old-line media institutions by wealthy tech giants.
Sells Group is finding unique ways to combine cryptocurrency and blockchain technology with some of its more traditional digital marketing offerings.
The FCC vote is unlikely to be the last word. Net neutrality supporters threatened legal challenges, with New York's attorney general vowing to lead a multistate lawsuit.
Alex Bozich’s Inside the Hall, one of the most popular websites covering IU basketball, has a considerable following not only in central and south-central Indiana but throughout the Midwest.
The Indianapolis Star is asking its subscribers to absorb hefty rate increases—a move that reflects the pressure the newspaper industry is under to find ways to offset declines in advertising.
Mike Savage petitioned to run for the National Public Radio board in 2014 because he was frustrated that small-market stations were underrepresented.
After years of maintaining a long-distance relationship with her husband, Kristin Kane has decided to leave the Indy market.
Google said Wednesday it will no longer allow ads for loans due within 60 days and will also ban ads for loans where the interest rate is 36 percent or higher.
The Indianapolis Public Library has multiplied the amount of media it makes available for free streaming through a partnership with the Hoopla online content service.
Next March's move from Indianapolis is intended to raise the profile of the session with more media exposure for the selection process.
Startups that tap the so-called gig economy, including ride-hailing powerhouse Uber Technologies Inc., have mostly targeted consumers. But a former Salesforce.com employee has launched one aimed at businesses—and she’s off to a solid start.
Recent experiments show VR can be an effective “you are there” storytelling technique for journalism.
Charter Communications Inc.’s proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc. faces fewer hurdles to U.S. regulatory approval than Comcast Corp.’s ill-fated bid to buy the No. 2 cable provider.