Members of Indy’s faith community and other community members are calling for the city and Indianapolis Metro Police to release the video from a recent fatal police action shooting of Kevin Hicks, 44. Hicks was shot on Tuesday, April 5, after his wife called 911 to report that she was being assaulted at a gas station. […]

  The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Thursday, October 15, 2015. (Entire Afternoons with Amos Broadcast Live From Georgia Reese At The 10th Annual Luncheon Benefitting The Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving Dinner Effort Starts At 0:00 Mark On PODCAST Media Player). A couple of hundreds people packed Georgia Reese Restaurant on Indy’s northwest side Thursday for the 10th […]

For only the second time in its eleven years, Afternoons with Amos broadcast live coverage of an appearance in Indianapolis by a President of the United States.  In July 2005, Afternoons with Amos anchored live coverage of the visit by President George W. Bush to Indianapolis to speak at the Indiana Black Expo Corporate Luncheon. […]

In an office park in Pike Township, one of the city’s most racially diverse areas, sits Indiana’s oldest TV station, 66 year old WTTV/Channel 4 and at 36 years old one of the city’s youngest WXIN/Channel 59.  The two stations have embarked on a new journey brought about by some unprecedented changes in Indianapolis Television […]

It is the biggest shift in local television in Indianapolis in thirty-five years.  And it begins at the stroke of Midnight on New Year’s Day, Thursday, January 1, 2015 precisely at  12 Midnight. That’s when programming of the CBS Television Network moves to WTTV/Channel 4.1 (and WTTK/Channel 29.1). The shift began when the CBS Network […]

Check out the ladies of the first African- American sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha. The Central Regional Conference is being help right here in Indianapolis this weekend. I will be a part of a media panel tomorrow at 10am. The video will tell you more and you get to see Ray do his thing! lol