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Grow INdiana Media Ventures, parent company of the powerful Inside INdiana Business brand of multi-media business news products, was created in 2000 by broadcast news veteran Gerry Dick and technology entrepreneur and visionary Scott Jones.
Today, more people access the Inside INdiana Business brand for Indiana business news than any other source. With a fully-integrated portfolio of television, radio, Internet, permission-based email and on-demand business news products, Inside INdiana Business delivers content that is trusted by an educated and affluent audience.
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"Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick" Television
Indiana's only statewide business television program is seen weekly on flagship stations WTHR (NBC, Indianapolis), WFYI (PBS, Indianapolis) and 13 additional statewide affiliates. Broadcast listings. Broadcast listings.
Inside INdiana Business Radio
Morning, mid-day and afternoon business reports are heard throughout the state on flagship stations WIBC 93.1 FM, WFYI 90.1 FM and 24 additional affiliates. Broadcast listings.
Indiana's leading online destination for statewide business news features video on-demand, breaking Indiana business news, exclusive interviews, podcasts and searchable business resources.
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The state's most comprehensive multi-media coverage of Indiana business news delivered via e-mail to more than 45,000 subscribers every weekday morning and afternoon.
Grow INdiana Media Ventures also produces specialty e-newsletters, including Life Sciences INdiana, a partnership with BioCrossroads, and INdiana Connections, a partnership with Conexus Indiana.
BigWigs & New Gigs
Big Wigs & New Gigs is a weekly e-newsletter designed to provide you with a convenient connection to Hoosier business professionals on the move. This newest addition to the Inside INdiana Business platform delivers details on job changes and promotions, professional recognition and perspectives from human resource professionals. It also includes links to employment-related resources.
Circling Back on WeWork
Back in July when we first discussed WeWork, this fast-growing but money-losing venture was one of the most talked-about IPOs in years. At that time, we noted that it was too early to say what would happen, but “it should be very interesting to watch it all play out.” Turns out, that was a massive understatement!
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