Inside INdiana Business Radio Coming to WOWO

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IIB reports will begin airing on WOWO Monday morning. IIB reports will begin airing on WOWO Monday morning.
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Inside INdiana Business has formed a partnership with one of the best-known radio stations in the Midwest. Beginning Monday, Inside INdiana Business Radio will air weekday mornings and afternoons on WOWO in Fort Wayne.

Inside INdiana Business radio reports will air Monday-Friday at 5:50 a.m. during Fort Wayne’s Morning News With Charly Butcher and at 5:50 p.m. during the Pat Miller Program. In addition, Inside INdiana Business Television Host Gerry Dick will be a guest on WOWO every Monday morning to discuss the week ahead in business news.

WOWO morning host Charly Butcher says the partnership will "broaden our coverage of business and economic news (with) information about Hoosiers specifically for Hoosiers."

“We could not be happier to expand the Inside INdiana Business footprint by partnering with WOWO,” says Dick, who is also president of Inside INdiana Business parent company Grow INdiana Media Ventures LLC. “Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana are critical to Indiana’s economic growth, and we look forward to bringing the state’s top business news to WOWO’s significant audience.”

The Inside INdiana Business radio network includes more than 20 public and commercial radio stations throughout Indiana. Inside INdiana Business Television airs on more than 15 public and commercial television stations in Indiana and Kentucky, including WPTA-TV in Fort Wayne.

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