The Indianapolis media play a vital role in keeping Indianapolis citizens informed. Below are the latest media-related headlines.

TV’s “Cosmos” Host to Visit UIndy in October

#Indianapolis — It’s hard to get famous as an astrophysicist, but Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of Fox Television’s “Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey,” has done so thanks to his likable approach to explaining the complexities of the universe in everyday language. Tyson will be at the University of Indianapolis Ransburg Auditorium on October 22 to share […]

Local Band Draws Big Crowds

One of the best things about living in Indianapolis is the cultural experiences you can have on a daily basis. Indianapolis is home to many Indie musicians and artists. The city warmly encourages artists to express their creativity with a wide range of opportunities and Indies love it. You might be asking yourself with is […]

Indianapolis: The Mecca of Great Graphic Designers

Indianapolis is a mecca for all sorts of artists. From musicians to graphic artists, you are bound to find someone in the city who is an artist. Being an artist is hard work. Some artists can use their artistic talents as a career while others have to work a day job to pay the bills […]

Come One, Come All To The Bigger Picture Show!

The Bigger Picture Show Silent Auction finally arrived to Indianapolis! Art and film enthusiasts gathered at the Speak Easy on May 9th from 6:30 to 9:30 for the annual Bigger Picture Show Silent Auction. The Bigger Picture Show is an annual event that celebrates five decades of filmmaking. Each year, The Indianapolis Film Festival with Lodge […]

Indianapolis Indies

Home to the fastest growing independent film industry, Indianapolis draws artists from all over the world who strive to make a name for themselves. Screenwriters, dancers, musicians, filmmakers and other artists are all necessary for any production company to make a movie. Most artists begin their career as an indie. An indie is someone who […]

Indianapolis: Not Just a Transition City, but a Place to Live

Shout-out to a fellow Hoosier filmmaker and his video about the rebirth of Circle City. Have you watched it yet? Indianapolis: Circle City Rebirth from Dusty Frey on Vimeo. Local filmmaker, Dusty Frey, did an excellent job capturing the essence of Indianapolis and portraying why this city should not just be seen as an inbetween […]

Pacers-Heat Game Sets All-Time Viewership Record

It wasn’t too long ago that the Indiana Pacers were one game away from advancing to the NBA’s Eastern Conference Championship game. Fans everywhere were captivated by a matchup between the seemingly underdog Pacers and a Miami Heat team that was widely viewed as the best team in the league. It was Rocky Balboa vs. […]

Frank Basile Book Signing at Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library

Businessman, philanthropist, art patron and author. What doesn’t Frank Basile do? As one of the most upstanding citizens in Indianapolis, Basile’s name is splattered throughout Indiana on Indianapolis art galleries and Indianapolis theaters. As the former Senior Vice President of the Gene B. Glick Company, an accomplished public speaker and contributor to the Indianapolis Business […]

WFYI and NPR’s “From the Top” Plays the Palladium

“From the Top” is an award winning radio program on NPR that broadcasts to nearly 250 stations across the United States. The show celebrates the budding talents of young musicians. “From the Top” will broadcast live from the Palladium Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana, sponsored by Indianapolis media’s WFYI. The performance and […]

WFYI’s 40th Anniversary Celebration: “Ruby” Anniversary Promises Gem of a Time

It’s hard to stay alive in the public media world. Yeah, it’s partially funded by the government, but most of it is kept afloat by “viewers like you,” the everyday Indianapolis people who listen, watch, and participate in the shows proffered by public media. And the recent budget debate, in which GOP members were rallying […]

The Indiana State Fair – There’s an App for That

INDIANAPOLIS – Ever wondered where all the Pork Tents are at the 2010 Indiana State Fair?  Have you been curious what others have thought of a particular midway ride?  Now that information is as close as your cell phone. Thanks to the 2010 Indiana State Fair’s move to social media, Hoosiers all over the Indiana State fairgrounds […]

Melvin Bullitt: Indianapolis Colts Fan Favorite

Melvin Bullitt was November 13, 1984 in Bryan, Texas. He is entering his fourth season as defensive back for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. Bullitt attended Naaman Forest High School in Garland, Texas, where he was voted Team MVP after totaling 78 tackles, 43 solo, five passes defensed, three interceptions, three fumble […]

Howard Kellman: Voice of the Indianapolis Indians

Howard Kellman is the long-time “Voice of the Indianapolis Indians,” and is a member of the Indiana Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. Kellman was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was an avid New York Yankees fan. As a child, he would find an isolated portion of Yankees Stadium and practice calling games in […]

Bob Kravitz: Controversial Sports Columnist

Bob Kravitz is an award-winning sports columnist with the Indianapolis Star, and the former radio host of the “Kravitz and Eddie Show” on WFNI-AM 1070 The Fan. Kravitz grew up in Long Island, New York, but moved to the North Shore of Chicago, Illinois during his junior year of high school. A life-long hockey enthusiast, […]

Dan Dakich: Coaching Legend and Radio Personality

Dan Dakich was born August 17, 1962 in Gary, Indiana. He attended Andrean Catholic High School in Merrillville, Indiana where he was a standout basketball and baseball player. Dakich went on to play collegiate basketball at Indiana University under legendary coach Bob Knight. He suited up for the Hoosier from 1982-85, and was a team […]

John Michael Vincent: Indy Sports Personality

John Michael Vincent, or “JMV” as he’s more commonly known, is an Indianapolis media personality who hosts a drive-time sports talk radio program on WFNI 1070 The Fan. Vincent has deep ties to the state of Indiana, and was born and raised in Owensburg, a small town about 20 miles southwest of Bloomington, Indiana.  He […]

Indianapolis Sports with Dave Calabro

If you’ve lived in Indianapolis for long, then there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Dave Calabro, one of the most popular sportscasters in the city. Calabro has been bringing Indy citizens their sports updates since 1992, when he joined the WTHR Eyewitness news team as the weekend sports anchor. His star quickly rose as […]

LOL, Indianapolis: It’s the Bob and Tom Show

Fictional characters, pseudo-celebrities, comic songs, and even an on-air prostate exam have all made their way into the Bob and Tom Show, a syndicated radio program that got its start in Indianapolis in 1983 with two local personalities, Bob Kevoian and Tom Griswold, on WFBQ. The Bob and Tom Show, syndicated in 1995, became a […]

WNTR-107.9 FM Radio Station

WNTR-107.9 FM is the last stop on the radio dial but the first place to look for your favorite music in Indianapolis. Unlike most radio stations, 107.9 FM does not stick to just one genre of music, they believe if the song is good then that is all that counts. Playing songs from the early 60’s all the […]

WBRI-1500 AM Radio Station

WBRI-1500 AM is a radio station with a higher purpose. They feel it is their duty to spread the word of the Lord throughout Indianapolis. WBRI only broadcasts during the daytime, but there is enough beauty and worship in those twelve hours of programming to strengthen your relationship with the All Mighty One. Even though 1500 […]