Amos Brown

INDIANAPOLIS – Our late friend and colleague Amos Brown will soon have his own street. The Indianapolis City-Council unanimously voted Thursday to rename the 100 block of St. Joseph Street to “Amos Brown Way”. This stretch of road was chosen because it is the location of Radio One Indianapolis, the radio group where Brown broadcast […]

The 100 block of Saint Joseph Street may be renamed “Amos Brown Way.” A City Council committee voted unanimously Thursday to honor the radio pioneer and civil rights activist who worked here at the stations of WTLC, Hoosier Radio & TV and Radio One. The full council will vote on the proposal May 9. Brown […]

   (Indianapolis, Ind.) Governor Mike Pence will award the late and legendary WTLC Broadcaster Amos Brown, with Indiana’s highest honor, The Sachem Award 2015.  The ceremony will be will be Thursday, January 12th. Amos Brown’s name will be enshrined in the Statehouse Rotunda upon the Governor’s presentation promptly at 12:00 PM. This event is open […]

  Some great people passed away in 2015. Our very own Amos Brown went to be with the Lord this November and we also said good bye to Bill Crawford who was was a Democratic member of the Indiana House of Representatives, representing the 98th District from 1972 to 2012. We also lost a gospel great Andrae […]

Radio One Founder, Cathy Hughes Letter for Amos Brown’s Service To the family and friends of Amos Brown and Particularly his Radio One Indianapolis Family Members… I give thanks and praise to God from Whom all blessings flow. It is with saddened hearts that the Radio One Family says goodbye to Amos Brown, a man […]

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/website-channel Friends Remember Amos Brown [VIDEO] Radio One Mourns the Loss of Amos Brown Governor Pence Statement on Passing of Radio Broadcaster Amos Brown Brown Family Release: Hall of Fame Broadcaster, Amos Brown Has Passed Away Governor Pence Names the Late Amos Brown Recipient of Indiana’s Highest Honor: 2015 Sachem Award

Governor Pence Names the Late Amos Brown Recipient of Indiana’s Highest Honor: 2015 Sachem Award Brown Joins John Wooden, Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, and other notable Hoosier Sachem Honorees Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence today posthumously named Amos C. Brown III the 2015 recipient of the Sachem Award, Indiana’s highest honor. This announcement comes following Mr. […]

Services for Amos Brown to be held on Friday and Saturday.   INDIANAPOLIS, iN — Funeral services for popular radio icon Amos Brown will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Light of the World Christian Church, where calling will be on Friday and immediately before the service on Saturday. Brown died last Saturday at his […]

  Radio One Mourns the Loss of Amos Brown Deepest Sympathies on Behalf of Indiana University Governor Pence Statement on Passing of Radio Broadcaster Amos Brown Brown Family Release: Hall of Fame Broadcaster, Amos Brown Has Passed Away  

SILVER SPRING, MD, November 9, 2015 –Amos Brown had served Indianapolis as a broadcaster over the last 40 years. During the past 15 years, as the Director of Strategic Research, Community Affairs Director and talk show host for Radio One’s Indianapolis market on WTLC(AM). Alfred C. Liggins, CEO of Radio One, stated, “Amos was an […]

AM1310 The Light will celebrate the life of our beloved Amos Brown Monday, November 9, 2015 from 1pm – 6pm to allow listeners to express their condolences. Listeners can call into the station at 317-236-7359. We will pre-empt the Willie Moore Jr. Show from 3pm – 6pm to give all of those who loved and […]

The Indiana University community is greatly saddened by the passing of Indiana community leader and longtime radio host Amos Brown. He was a strong voice of support for the African-American community in Indianapolis, and his all-too-sudden death will leave a great void in the city and beyond. “On behalf of Indiana University, I extend my […]