History

Network Indiana began on January 3, 1972 as an audio news service to radio stations that were members of the Indiana Broadcasters Association. It was called the IBA News Network. It succeeded a popular service that started in 1968 which was available only during the Indiana General Assembly session. After a couple of owners and a few name changes, the network was purchased by Wabash Valley Broadcasting in 1987. Since then, it has grown tremendously.

Network Indiana has become the number one source of information for Indiana radio stations and a leader in news, sports, and talk programming. Our family now includes: Network Indiana (63 affiliate stations) Indiana’s only audio news network provides news, sports, and business reports, and sound bites of state and local interest. –Network Indiana Wire Service Indiana’s wire service has the best news, sports, business, and weather information available. Indiana Sports Talk (36 affiliate stations).

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