• Top Videos

    • Rural Broadband at Center of New State Position

      Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch has named Scott Rudd as the state's new director of broadband opportunities. Crouch says Rudd will work closely with the Indiana State Department of Agriculture and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs to help farmers and farm businesses keep up with advancing technology and help rural communities find ways to attract reliable and affordable high-speed Internet.

    • McKinney: Countries 'Getting The Message' on Tariffs

      Former Indiana Department of Agriculture Director Ted McKinney says he's "bullish" that some of the steel and aluminum tariff issues that have fueled trade tensions could "sunset" in the coming weeks and months as countries negotiate with the United States. 

    • Inaugural Summit Highlights 'Value of Water'

      Organizers of the inaugural Indiana Water Summit say acting like "the grownups in the room" will allow Indiana to create a sustainable water plan to deal with increasing personal and industry demand. White River Alliance Executive Director Jill Hoffman says, as a manufacturing- and agriculture-heavy state, Indiana is among the nation's leaders when it comes to depending on water for economic growth.

    • Elkhart Town Hall: Booming RV Industry

      Inside INdiana Business is on the road coming to you from the RV Capital of the World...Elkhart!  RV is big business for manufacturers, suppliers and the entire region. We talk to some of the industry’s major players, including longtime manufacturer Lippert and newcomer Furrion.

    • Elkhart Town Hall: Quality of Place Initiatives

      The $300 million Elkhart River District is well on its way to becoming a live, work, play destination. From an Aquatics Center to apartments and condos and retail, city and county leaders hope it will be a magnet for talent.

    • Elkhart Town Hall: ETHOS Innovation Center

      Can a center teaching children about science help solve the worker shortage? Leadership behind the ETHOS Innovation Center say yes. We take you inside the sprawling campus where STEM is king! 

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  • The Show

    • Elkhart Town Hall: INsiders Part 1

      It’s a special INsiders coming to you from Elkhart with a live studio audience. We weigh-in on Elkhart’s past and current economic climate, workforce development and talent attraction.

    • Elkhart Town Hall: INsiders Part 2

      A new crop of INsiders join us to talk about challenges and opportunities and Elkhart’s vision for the future.

    • Elkhart Town Hall: Vibrant Communities

      Vibrant Communities is a countywide planning effort that has been an educational force for understanding the concepts of identity, pride and quality of place. We discuss county projects that are feeding regional growth, and the successes and outcomes from Vibrant Communities so far.

    • Elkhart Town Hall: Regional Cooperation

      Regional cooperation is beginning to develop in northern Indiana. Elkhart, South Bend, Mishawaka, Goshen have long operated on their own, but now, there’s an effort to work together to make the region stronger. 

    • Elkhart Town Hall: Diversifying Its Economy

      There's more than the RV industry in Elkhart. We visit with the CEOs of supply chain provider Kem Krest and corrugated box manufacturer Welch Packaging to talk about expansion and future growth.

    • Elkhart Town Hall: ETHOS Innovation Center

      Can a center teaching children about science help solve the worker shortage? Leadership behind the ETHOS Innovation Center say yes. We take you inside the sprawling campus where STEM is king! 

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  • Perspectives

    • #MeToo, Bullying And What We All Can Do Now

      Indeed, it is an interesting time with so much continuing to come out in Hollywood, the media, other industries, and even our state government related to the sexual harassment of women - women who have remained silent for years. Like those women, I too have been harassed in various ways over the course of my career, even in recent years - and yes, even in top leadership roles. The headline about my departure or the email citing that I was moving on never fully told the real story.

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