2016 Media Roundtable: Talking Changing Media Landscape, Technologies, and Favorite Subjects with Brandon Vickrey, Robert Blaszkiewicz
In the fast changing world of media, and specifically online media, it takes dedicated professionals to make the most out of the daily changes. Ideas in Motion Media was pleased to welcome two of those professionals from Northwest Indiana to talk about what those changes are, how they have effected the old-world of media, and how we can navigate the media landscape for the better.
High-speed Internet is becoming more of a necessity than a luxury in the 21st century. Businesses need it to operate properly, students need it to complete homework, and medical, governmental, and educational institutions are relying on it to ensure that things run smoothly at all times.
This week on “Ask Jack”: More toilet trouble. Jack tells what causes and how to fix a toilet that is runs or fills without being flushed.
Whether you’re a Northwest Indiana business, organization or not-for-profit, marketing online and through social media isn’t always easy. Nearly everyone has spent time browsing the web or scrolling through Facebook, but taking the next step to utilize the invaluable tools that social media can provide your business or organization is the key.
Frontier Communications is the nation's largest communications services provider serving rural America. We offer internet, phone, television, and data security service backed by a 100% U.S.-based workforce and supported by a dedicated local staff.
Social media has become a huge part of the everyday lives of most people. The same can be said for businesses who are now using websites like Facebook to interact socially with not necessarily customers, but anyone and everyone in communities where their branches serve their clients.
Decision based on collaborative agreement; lower rates than originally proposed
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) has approved a collaborative agreement reached in February by NIPSCO, the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC), NIPSCO’s industrial customers, a coalition of eight northern Indiana municipalities and the United Steelworkers, with no opposition from La Porte County, regarding new base rates for electric customers – the first such change since 2011.
This week on “Ask Jack”: A lamenting latrine. Jack tells what causes and how to fix a noisy toilet.
Strack & Van Til announced today that they will be partnering with Instacart (www.Instacart.com), the fast-growing retail delivery service. Strack & Van Til who has been testing pick-up options, today announced a pilot for curbside grocery pickup in their Schererville, IN store located at 1515 U.S. 41. The option would give shoppers the region’s first look at grocery “click and collect”. Beginning today, customers in Northwest Indiana can order trusted national brands and local meat and produce from Strack & Van Til, have them picked, packed, and checked out by a Strack & Van Til employee, and have them loaded into their cars curbside.