• Top Videos

    • Inside INdiana Sports: Sports Gambling Law

      Sports gambling, legal sports gambling, is about to become reality in Indiana. This week, our Bill Benner sat down with State Senator Mark Messmer, who championed the sports wagering bill, to get the details.

    • PharmaCord $52M Jeffersonville Project

      A Louisville-based healthcare solutions provider is making a big expansion in Jeffersonville. One Southern Indiana leadership is here to explain how the $52 million project and 850 jobs are the result of regional collaboration...perhaps an example for other parts of the state.

    • I on Economic Development: Quality of Place

      In this month’s (I) on Economic Development segment, we take a closer look at some of the big things happening in downtown Indy that affect “quality of place” with KSM Location Advisors CEO Tim Cook and President Katie Culp.

    • LIFT Academy In the Spotlight

      Indianapolis-based Republic Airways has launched a training academy that addresses a critical pilot shortage and helps meet the high demand for commercial airline pilots. The LIFT Academy will ultimately create more than 600 jobs and can be a great fit for those who don’t want to follow a traditional 4-year college path.  WFYI’s Aric Hartvig showcases a PBS American Graduate segment on how the academy has really taken off.

    • I on Education: TechPoint for Youth Foundation Robotics Initiative for Teachers

      Most Indiana teachers are required to renew their teaching license every five years, which entails accruing 90 hours of professional development during that time frame. TechPoint Foundation for Youth is there to help through its State Robotics Initiative Vice President of STEM Education George Giltner tells us more about the initiative.

    • Innovators with Dr. K: DroneDek

      It’s being called the mailbox of the future. DroneDek is making drone package delivery a reality by combining a unique landing pad, mailbox and smartphone app. Chief Executive Officer Dan O’Toole is the creator of DroneDek and shows us how it works.

  • The Show

    • The Indianapolis 500 Insiders

      Each week a group of INsiders offer perspective on the week’s top stories. This week we sound off on the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, there’s a new TV network, new presenting sponsor and a weekend of qualifications that had fans on the edge of their seats.

    • Inside INdiana Sports: State of IU Athletics

      As he concludes his 11th year as director of athletics at Indiana University, Fred Glass can look back on enormous improvements to facilities and he hopes, look forward to greater success in IU’s two most high-profile programs. IU’s Vice President and Director of Athletics has more on the state of the art additions and a look at the state of IU athletics.

    • Saint Joseph's College at Marian University - Indianapolis

      Marian University is set to launch a new, innovative two-year college. It's a collaboration with Saint Joseph's College, which suspended operations at its Rensselaer campus in May 2017. Marian University President Dan Elsener explains how the unique Earn and Learn model works. 

    • Business of Health: Pill Box Pharmacy

      The state’s first licensed telepharmacy has opened its doors in Albion in northeast Indiana, and it’s expected to be a model for other rural communities that have lost their local pharmacies. It’s a growing dilemma for many Hoosiers living in rural areas. Pill Box Owner and President Greg Winn explains how it could be good medicine for other small towns.

    • Business Spotlight: Fishers Test Kitchen

      The Fishers Test Kitchen restaurant accelerator, which the city says will be the first of its kind in the state, is on track to open this fall, but it needs to find a few chefs first. It will open inside the Sun King Brewing location in The Yard at Fishers District. It’s one part of a $150 million mixed-use development. Members of the selection board explain the vision for the unique concept.

    • Around Indiana: TeenWorks Summer Program

      TeenWorks offers youth the opportunity to learn important professional development skills through summer and year-round employment, robust college readiness programming and support.  The organization's new CEO Nick Duvall explains the importance of connecting at-risk teens with meaningful first jobs.

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  • Perspectives

    • Encourage New College Graduates to Explore Careers Locally

      Summertime is my favorite time of year, with all of the outdoor events, concerts and activities in and around Indianapolis. Summer is also a pivotal time of year for thousands of Indiana college graduates as they look forward to moving into the next phase of their adult lives. For many college graduates, the next step after graduation is starting a career. Many graduates from Indiana colleges and universities have also grown up in Indiana. Now they want a change. Perhaps the lure of...