• Top Videos

    • Lev Bringing Headquarters to Indy

      Marketing technology consulting firm Lev has announced plans to relocate its headquarters to Indianapolis. The company, which is currently based in Arizona, says it plans to hire 70 employees this year, part of a previously-announced effort to create up to 175 jobs by 2021.

    • Innovation, Quality of Place Lead Nickel Plate Plan

      After more than 30 public events and meetings and over 1,500 ideas submitted by residents and students, Fishers leaders Monday unveiled the Nickel Plate Trail Master Plan 2040. The stretch from 96th Street to 146th Street in Hamilton County will feature five segments: the Makers Space and Innovation Zone, Nature Park Zone, Downtown Active Core Zone, Wellness Zone and Park and Education Zone.

    • Indy Chamber Kicks Off Music Strategy

      The Indy Chamber has launched the first phase of the Indy Music Strategy. The chamber says the economic development initiative, created in partnership with the city of Indianapolis, the Central Indiana Community Foundation, and Visit Indy, is focused on the city's diverse and growing music industry. 

    • IoT Lab Update, State of IoT Preview

      The Indiana IOT Lab is preparing to turn one, and there is much to celebrate. This one of kind facility is practically at capacity, and a new State of IOT Report is about to be released with some surprising results. Founder John Wechsler gives us the scoop.

    • Mira Awards Nominees are Out

      Indiana's technology initiative has released the nominees for the 20th annual Mira Awards. TechPoint says the winners, to be selected from a list of 109 companies, organizations and individuals, will be announced April 13.

    • Grand Junction Plaza Funding Plans

      Grand Junction Plaza in Westfield is a massive redevelopment project that could transform the city, and it has been 12-years in the making. Mayor Andy Cook shares how the city will fund the $37 million plan. 

  • The Show

    • INsiders: BraunAbility Moving, Enhancing Tourism, 2021 All Star Update

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on a bill aimed at enhancing Indiana tourism,  BraunAbility is moving its headquarters to Carmel and the Pacers launch the  “Nothing But Knit” community initiative ahead of hosting the 2021 NBA All Star game.

    • Inside Evans Scholars Caddy Program

      More than one dozen high school seniors across Indiana have been awarded the prestigious Evans Scholarship, worth an estimated $120,000 over four years. A director of the Western Golf Association explains how the foundation honors young caddies. 

    • New Leadership at International School

      For the first time in the 25-year history of the International School of Indiana, a woman has been named Head of School. In our (i) on Education, Elizabeth Head discusses her new role and a new elementary school building. 

    • Pacers Roll Out 'Nothing But Knit' Initiative

      Hoosiers are already asking how they can help when Indy hosts the 70th NBA All-Star Game in 2021. Pacers Sports & Entertainment Rick Fusion stops by Studio (i) to share the first community initiative “Nothing But Knit.”

    • Brightlamp's New App Targets Concussions

      A Purdue University-affiliated startup has launched an app that can detect if an athlete is suffering from a concussion. The CEO of Brightlamp Inc. explains how Reflex works.

    • Cummins Turns 100

      Did you know seven out of every 10 trucks on the road are powered by Columbus-based Cummins? Many don’t realize the magnitude of this global company, and the ways it has been touching our everyday lives for 100 years.

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  • Perspectives

    • A Pro Photographer Can Be Your Best Friend

      It's no surprise that an estimated 8.8 trillion photos were taken worldwide during 2018, given that most of us carry high-quality cameras in our phones. But shooting all those photos doesn't make us photographers. Digital technology has become a powerful equalizer in so many ways. Everyday people have access to tools that are far more sophisticated than what professionals had at their disposal a couple decades ago. High-school-age musicians can craft 24-track studio recordings in the...