Indiana RadioWatch: November 27, 2017

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Northeast

After a year at "Fort Wayne's NBC," Josh Good will exit Quincy Broadcasting's NBC affiliate WPTA-TV (Channel 21.2, Fort Wayne). Before joining "Fort Wayne's NBC," Mr. Good worked in Knoxville, Tennessee at WATE-TV.

Northcentral

Mid-West Family Broadcasting's AC/WNSN (101.5fm, South Bend) goes all holiday music.

Where Are They Now? Former WNDU-TV producer Collin Bishop earns a promotion from Morning EP to Assistant News Director at WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, New York.

Northwest

C.V.L. Broadcasting's Classic Hits/WCVL (1550am, Crawfordsville) also heard on translator W221CS (92.1fm, Crawfordsville) flips to all holiday music. This is their first year going with all holiday music. This change also means that WCVL will drop Notre Dame play by play broadcasts during this time.

Eastcentral

Woof Boom Radio's Classic Hits/WERK (104.9fm, Muncie) flips format to all holiday music.

Central

Allen Carter joins Dispatch Broadcast Groupís NBC affiliate/WTHR (Channel 13, Indianapolis) as a reporter. Mr. Carter last worked in Mobile, Alabama as a reporter for WKRG-TV.

Westcentral

Midwest Communications drops the Country format on their WDWQ (102.7fm, Terre Haute) and goes all holiday music.

Also, Midwest recently changed the call letters of their Talk/WBOW (1440am, Paris, Illinois) to WIBU, which pairs with their simulcast Talk/WIBQ (1230am, Terre Haute).

Southwest

For the past seven years, Jordan Vandenberge has reported for Nexstar Broadcasting's ABC affiliate/WEHT-TV (Channel 7, Evansville). When WEHT and WTVW became co-located, Mr. Vandenberge also reported for Mission Broadcasting's CW affiliate/WTVW-TV (Channel 28, Evansville). Mr. Vandenberge recently left Evansville for a job at WEWS-TV in Cleveland, Ohio.

That's all for this issue. Thank you for your continued support.

Blaine Thompson
Indiana RadioWatch

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