One of my all-time favorite sunsets
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One of my all-time favorite sunsets
Bob Knight and his team visit the White House. This WISH report by Ed Harding is introduced by Jim Barbar.
As seen in the afternoon in Columbus, Ohio.
Seen on cable.
Seen in Columbus during 'Geraldo'.
Seen during 'Oprah'.
2 yrs ago today - former WISH-TV colleagues Mark Patrick & Ken Owen catch up in Fletcher, NC.
As seen that evening.
Takuma Sato is now the 20th person to win the Indy 500 multiple times. Kurt Darling has the details.
What a lovely way of saying the song's topped Billboard.
A heartbreaker for Chicago Cubs fans. Harry Caray was on the call.
Howard Caldwell, Tracey Horth and Clyde Lee deliver the news, with Bob McLain on weather and Ed Sorensen sports. The day's top story is the crash of a church bus in a construction zone on I-65 which i
This aired at the conclusion of an interview with Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton, Roger Powell and Willie Wilcox before their show that night.
Carol Houpt and Dan Steiner join the host of the Indianapolis public affairs program, Milt Thompson. Show #1024.
Patty Spitler rode in his limo and there are clips of other Indianapolis reports, from a VHS tape I found in the wild. 'Achy Breaky Heart' was a big thing at this moment.
Owen, a former award-winning journalist (WISH, WLOS, WANE, WRTV, WPDS, WIBC) and 1982 graduate of DePauw University, was initiated into what was then Sigma Delta Chi as an undergraduate. He spoke as l
A group with a name similar to a law firm's tops the Billboard chart.
This montage was created by Ken Owen.
Grace Trahan and Paul Poteet are seen -- this aired in prime time.
The Indy 500 was run with no fans in the stands, but the pageantry remained.
Video from Conor Daly. The race will be run without fans at the track, but they are still showing support outside the venue.
Bob Knight, Steve Alford and others appear. Pulled from a VHS tape.
Ed Harding has interviews with Bob Knight, Steve Alford and more, Mark Voightman is with IU fans in Bloomington, and Patty Spitler has a recap of the Academy Awards. The anchors are Lis Daily and Eric
Trudy Yarnell is the Indianapolis anchor. From the archive of Dick Rea.
With anchor Trudy Yarnell and Maureen Tighe on weather. From Rea's personal archive.
Video shot by Ken Owen and distributed to news outlets. WTHI's Susie Dinkel is name checked in this short piece from the Terre Haute, Indiana, evening news.
This raw footage was shot for a special report on Fort Wayne radio. It shows Rick West behind the board of his morning show and joking with comedian Pat Sullivan, who was a guest that morning.
Trudy Yarnell is the anchor. From Rea's personal archive.
'The Red Skelton Show' as seen in the 1950s.
Ran during Letterman - the host announces that Todd Rundgren will be performing 'Love in Action' on the show.
The equipment was pretty primitive so the quality is not terrific. Audio cassette recording. Karen Valentine and Bill Dailey guest star.
John Roberts is at the anchor desk for the 'CBS Evening News'. This is the complete first segment, all that was recorded.
A drowning in the White River and a terrorist bus bombing in Jerusalem that injured a DePauw University professor are the top stories presented by Mike Ahern and Debby Knox. Cliff Nicholson has the we
Thompson's guest on the cable access show is David Rawnsley, communications director for Indiana Special Olympics. Pulled from a 3/4" U-matic cassette.
It was WGRE-FM at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, and somehow this audio survived.
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