Media in Indianapolis

Media in Indianapolis
Offices of Emmis Communications

Indianapolis, Indiana is served by local media, as well as regional and national media. As of 2009, Indianapolis is ranked as the 25th largest media market, with over 1.1 million homes.[1]

Radio and Television broadcasts are governed by the FCC.[2]

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Print Media

The Indianapolis Star has the most subscriptions for a daily newspaper in the city. It is owned by Gannett, which also publishes a weekly newspaper called The Topics that focuses on local and community-related news for northern Indianapolis and the surrounding suburbs.

Nuvo Newsweekly, Indy Men's Magazine, Indianapolis Women's Magazine, and Indianapolis Monthly are local publications concentrating on arts, entertainment, nightlife and lifestyles.

The Indianapolis Recorder is a weekly publication which serves the African-American community. La Voz De Indiana is a bilingual newspaper focused on Latin-American issues.

The Indianapolis Business Journal and Inside Indiana Business are business news publications for the greater Indianapolis region.

Television

Indianapolis is served by the following local broadcast Television stations:

  • WTTV (4.1) — a CW affiliate
  • WTTV (4.2) — a THIS TV Network affiliate
  • WRTV (6.1) — an ABC affiliate
  • WRTV-DT2 (6.2) — 6 News 24/7, a 24 hour news & weather network (from WRTV's studios; digital only)
  • WISH-TV (8.1) — a CBS affiliate
  • WISH-DT2 (8.2) — LWS, a 24 hour weather station (Local Weather Station from WISH's studios)
  • WISH-DT3 (8.3) — Radar, Forecast 8 Radar 24/7
  • WTHR (13.1) — an NBC affiliate
  • WTHR-DT2 (13.2) — SkyTrak Weather Network
  • WTHR-DT3 (13.3) — Universal Sports
  • WREP-LP (15) — an America One affiliate
  • WCTY (16) — a local Government-access television (GATV) channel (cable TV only)
  • WIIH-CA (17) — LWS
  • WDNI-LD (19.1) — IMC, Indy's Music Channel
  • WFYI (20.1) — a PBS member station
  • WFYI-DT2 (20.2) — V-Me, Spanish language programming
  • WFYI-DT3 (20.3) — Create, and a digital second feed of WFYI's programming offset by 2 days
  • WNDY-TV (23.1) — a My Network TV affiliate
  • WTTK (29.1) — a CW affiliate (Simulcast of WTTV 4.1)
  • WTTK (29.2) — a THIS TV Network affiliate (Simulcast of WTTV 4.2)
  • WKOG-LP (31) — an EWTN affiliate
  • WHMB (40.1) — a LeSea Broadcasting affiliate
  • WHMB-DT2 (40.2) — a WHT affiliate
  • WCLJ (42.1) — a TBN affiliate
  • WCLJ-DT2 (42.2) — The Church Channel
  • WCLJ-DT3 (42.3) — JCTV
  • WCLJ-DT4 (42.4) — TBN Enlace USA
  • WCLJ-DT5 (42.5) — Smile of a Child
  • WBXI-CA (47) — an Tr3s affiliate
  • WALV-CA (50) — a 24 hour news & weather network (SkyTrak Weather Network from WTHR's studios)
  • WIPX-LP (51)— an ION affiliate
  • WXIN (59.1) — a FOX affiliate
  • WXIN-DT2 (59.2) — a Antenna TV affiliate
  • WIPX (63.1) — an ION affiliate (formerly i affiliate)
  • WIPX-DT2 (63.2) — qubo, a 24 hour kids channel
  • WIPX-DT3 (63.3) — IONLife affiliate
  • WDTI (69.1) — a Daystar affiliate

Radio

FM Stations

Call Sign Frequency in MHz Licensee/Permittee[3]
WICR 88.7 University of Indianapolis
WJEL 89.3 Metropolitan School District of Washington Township
WFYI-FM 90.1 Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting
WQRA 90.5 Educational Media Foundation
WBDG 90.9 Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township
WEDM 91.1 Metropolitan School District of Warren Township
WRFT 91.5 Franklin Township Community School Corporation
WTTS 92.3 Sarkes Tarzian, Inc.
WIBC 93.1 Emmis Communications
WWFT 93.9 Cumulus Media
WFBQ 94.7 Clear Channel Communications
WFMS 95.5 Cumulus Media
WFDM-FM 95.9 Raven Broadcasting
WHHH 96.3 Radio One
WLHK 97.1 Emmis Communications
WRDZ-FM 98.3 The Walt Disney Company
WZPL 99.5 Entercom Communications
WNOU 100.9 Radio One
WKLU 101.9 Educational Media Foundation
WRZX 103.3 Clear Channel Communications
WJJK 104.5 Cumulus Media
WYXB 105.7 Emmis Communications
WTLC-FM 106.7 Radio One
WEDJ 107.1 Continental Broadcast Group
WNTR 107.9 Entercom Communications

The Bob & Tom Show, syndicated across much of the United States, airs from Indianapolis.

AM Stations

Call Sign Frequency in kHz Licensee/Permittee[4]
WSYW 810 Continental Broadcast Group
WXLW 950 Raven Broadcasting
WFNI 1070 Emmis Communications
WNDE 1260 Clear Channel Communications
WTLC-AM 1310 Radio One
WXNT 1430 Entercom Communications
WBRI 1500 Wilkins Communications Network
WNTS 1590 Davison Media Group

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