Two days after the dramatic announcement hat Dr. Eugene White is retiring as Superintendent of the Indianapolis Public Schools, he and IPS Board President Diane Arnold appeared on Afternoons with Amos to explain the situation. Both White and Arnold explained that his decision to retire and the Board’s decision to settle his contract was made […]

In February 2004, Afternoons with Amos and WTLC-AM became the first radio station in Indiana to originate a live broadcast from the Indiana State House while the Indiana Legislature was in session.  During those ten years, the program has interviewed scores of legislators, of both parties, along with citizens, lobbyists, community activities and just plain […]

Usually I keep separate what I say on our Afternoons with Amos program and what I write each week in my Indianapolis Recorder newspaper column. But in the past several weeks, I’ve been concerned about the lack of Leadership in Indianapolis. Both a lack of overall leadership and a lack of leadership in the Indianapolis […]

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Indianapolis celebrated the re-election victory of President Barack Obama during a special edition of Afternoons with Amos. Listeners told of their reaction and happiness at the President’s big win.  They talked about the challenges that lie ahead for the President and the fierce hatred expressed by those who oppose him.  Listeners also talked about the […]

After a whirlwind week when his Republican opponent’s hateful words created a firestorm of protest, Democratic US Senate candidate Joe Donnelly appeared on Afternoons with Amos in his last interview before November 6th election.  Donnelly again made the case for why he’s running for Senate, to provide jobs and opportunity for Hoosiers.  Donnelly was asked […]

The latest edition of Afternoons with Amos Candidate Tuesdays involved Democratic and Republican candidates in three area State Senate Districts.  Candidates from two districts appeared. Senate District 28 – which includes all of Hancock County, the northern third of Shelby County and a corridor within Marion County bounded roughly by Keystone, East County Line Road, […]

In a special two hour Afternoons with Amos, top leaders of Star Media, which includes the Indianapolis Star and numerous websites including got an earful from readers and listeners over a wide range of issues affecting the city’s oldest newspaper. Jeff Taylor, Editor and Vice-President and Doug Wilson, Vice-President/Chief Marketing Officer, appeared for the […]

The first Candidate Tuesdays kicked off on Afternoons with Amos as Libertarian and Socialist Party candidates joined independent write-in candidates for a frank discussion of the issues in the November 6th election. Afternoons with Amos has scheduled t least twenty-seven hours so far of candidate interviews between now and Election Day. Appearing on the first […]

From 1974 to 1998, 2126 N Meridian in Indianapolis was a iconic significant address. It was the home of Indy’s first full time Black radio station WTLC-FM.  In September 1992 a second WTLC debuted at that historic location at 1310 on the AM dial.  Part of the new station’s programming was a weekday Black talk […]

UPDATED – REACTION FROM BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: The Administration of Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard refuses to reveal how much city contract dollars have been spent with Black-owned businesses. Last month, Mayor Ballard told an audience at a Black Expo Breakfast that the City had spent a half billion dollars with minority businesses since 2008.  […]

UPDATE: NEW INFORMATION: “Queen of Birthers” Orly Taitz responded to this post about her bizarre call to our program Tuesday.  On her website she writes (direct quote): African-American talk show host slambed (sic) the phone in my face and verbally attacked me for speaking up the truth about Obama and and corrupt Secretary of State […]