DuJuan McCoy, owner, president, and CEO of Circle City Broadcasting, and Gregory Phipps, president of Metro Video Productions, today announced an agreement to broadcast Circle City’s CW affiliate WISH Indianapolis (News 8) news live in the Fort Wayne, Ind. (DMA 111), on Metro Video’s WLMO-LD. WLMO will carry more than 80 weekly hours of News 8 […]
A U.S. District Court has declined to dismiss Circle City Broadcasting’s (joined by NABOB, the National Association of Black-Owned Broadcasters) amended complaint against Dish Network charging that the satellite operator refused to negotiate for carriage of its TV stations in a nondiscriminatory manner. The court concluded that Circle City had made at least a circumstantial case for intentional discrimination.
Wanting a more cost-effective way to close caption its content, Circle City Broadcasting’s CW affiliate WISH Indianapolis selected the automated enCaption4 system from ENCO to meet its both its scheduled and late-breaking captioning needs. Prior to adopting enCaption4, all of WISH’s closed captioning was done by human transcribers through a service company that would dial in to the station’s caption encoders. The […]
DuJuan McCoy’s Circle City Broadcasting teams with Cox Media Group and Circle City Broadcasting to offer “an unbiased national forum for the voices of America’s underserved multicultural communities” beginning next year.
Circle City Broadcasting, owner of WISH and WNDY Indianapolis, has filed suit against AT&T, claiming “intentional misconduct” by the cable provider over retrans rates.