IndyStar.com profiles a new planned public radio station.
“Their goal is to have $900,000 by the time WITT goes on the air. That amount will keep the station afloat about two years, including the salaries of an engineer and a general manager.”
The station will be based in Zionsville; the newspaper reports the licensees have been seeking their permit for 15 years. They plan an eclectic format.
The tone of the article is captured in the lead: “Some might call Jim Walsh and Stuart Lowry crazy to start a radio station now.”