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(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – On this week’s edition of Indy Speaks, we had a stories of good people doing good things. A nice change of pace…

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST for Wednesday, May 20, 2015. (Located At 02:30 Mark Of Media Player) Strong reaction from listeners along with a Democratic City-County Councilman and the Council’s Fiscal Analyst to the Tuesday Afternoons with Amos interview with the City explaining their 7 year $32 million dollar deal to manage a fleet of […]

I was privileged to be part of the 3,300 individuals packed inside Ball State University’s Emens Auditorium, plus hundreds who watched in two campus closed circuit locations, who experienced a fascinating glimpse into one of the world’s most successful women Oprah Winfrey, interviewed by one of the nation’s most successful entertainers David Letterman.  Click To […]

Indianapolis TV has a new First! The first African-American female TV meteorologist.  She’s Ashley Brown, an Indy native who brings viewers the weather every weekday morning on WRTV/Channel 6.  Ashley talked with broadcasting Hall of Famer Amos Brown on Afternoons with Amos.  Ashley Brown (no relation) graduated from North Central High School and attended Ball […]

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. Amos talked with Kelly Packard, Women’s Basketball Coach at Ball State. Last year, in her first year as Coach, her team won the MAC Conference and in the NCAA Tournament beat top ranked Tennessee and their […]

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. Amos talked with Brandon Crawford, a senior on Ball State’s football team who just happens to be 32 years old.

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. Amos talked with Bradley Gray, a junior,  President of Ball State’s Black Media Association, a chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists.

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. It was the first live commercial radio broadcast from the Letterman Center and only WTLC-AM’s second live broadcast from the campus in Muncie.  The historic broadcast began with an indepth interview with Ball State President Dr. […]

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. Amos talked with Maria Williams-Hawkins, a veteran Telecommunications Professor and Michael Burayidi, new Chair of the Urban Planning Department of Ball State’s College of Architecture and Planning. Both professors talked about Ball State’s immersive learning culture […]

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. Amos talked with three Ball State students. Ashley Ford, a senior, participated in Ball State’s Bold Campaign, a capital fund raising effort. Janet Kamiri, a senior, works on Project 18, an effort to deal with obesity […]

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. Amos talked with Carlos Taylor, a university adaptive computer specialist, on Ball State’s commitment to accessibility for those with disabilities. Amos also talked with Jennifer Torwudzo, a docent at Ball State’s Museum about the university’s efforts […]

Audio Clip Included. Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos broadcast live from Ball State University’s David Letterman Communications Center. Amos talked with Tom Taylor of Ball State’s Dream Makers Program. The program works with 21st Century Scholars to help encourage African-American and other minority students from Muncie and Indianapolis to attend Ball State.