WTHR (NBC, Indianapolis) has served as the network flagship station of "Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick" television since September, 2012. Viewers turn to the station Sunday mornings at 11 for the stories only Indiana's Business News Leader can provide. The station also serves as an Inside INdiana Business newsgathering partner. For the latest WTHR news and weather, click here.
WFYI (PBS, Indianapolis) has served as the public broadcasting flagship station of "Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick" television since the program originally launched in 1998. Every Friday night at 10, Central Indiana viewers turn to WFYI to watch the latest business news from around the state. Every weekday, WFYI 90.1 (NPR, Indianapolis) broadcasts the morning and afternoon editions of Inside INdiana Business Radio at 8:35 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The WFYI Teleplex is home to the "Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick" television studio, where the program is taped each week. Learn more.
WIBC 93.1 FM (News/Talk, Indianapolis) is the commercial flagship station in the network of Inside INdiana Business Radio affiliates. "Indy's News Center" broadcasts the morning and afternoon editions of Inside INdiana Business Radio at 6:40 a.m. and 5:35 p.m. WIBC and Network Indiana both serve as Inside INdiana Business newsgathering partners. Learn more.
Plan Developed; Time For Action
More than two hundred community leaders from all corners of the region gathered last week in Mishawaka for the unveiling of the first ever regional economic development plan. The plan launch marked the culmination of more than a year of work by hundreds of volunteers seeking to develop a roadmap for regional development over the next seven years. The plan comes on the heels of...
Most Popular Stories
Manufacturing Exec: Indiana Has a 'Population Problem'
Gen Con Extends With Indianapolis
Gen Con LLC has extended its agreement to hold its massive gaming event in Indianapolis through 2022. Last year's event attracted record turnstile attendance of nearly 208,000. For the first time in its 50-year history, the convention sold out all of its attendee badges before last year's event began. The event also added the first level of Lucas Oil Stadium, and reached Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the first time for a concert by Grammy-winning band They Might Be Giants.
Cummins to Design Combat Engines That Elude the Enemy
The monstrous, larger-than-life military tanks of tomorrow could be powered by Hoosier ingenuity. A recent $47 million defense contract delivers marching orders for Columbus-based Cummins Inc.: develop the next-generation engine to power U.S. combat vehicles, and it must be stronger, but smaller, and elusive to enemies’ efforts to spot it.
Three Floyds Pitching Major Expansion
The state's largest production brewery is proposing a big expansion. Munster-based Three Floyds Brewing Co. says plans include more than 114,000 square-feet of additional manufacturing and warehousing space, expanded retail, brewpub and office facilities and a new outdoor garden area for dining. The Plan Unit Development filing with the town of Munster also includes more parking and infrastructure improvements.
Greenwood Approves Downtown Projects
The Greenwood Redevelopment Commission has approved more than $4.5 million in downtown projects. They include a major exterior renovation for Planetary Brewing and a new connector road. The Planetary Brewing project is being supported by funding from the G.R.O.W. Greenwood Initiative, which is a matching grant program to help businesses along some of the city's most traveled corridors improve their aesthetic appeal. RDC President Brent Tilson says the results have been...