WTTV is the second-oldest television station in Indiana, signing on in November 1949, and became Indianapolis’ CBS affiliate on January 1, 2015. Today, CBS4 is Indy’s #3 station, airing 25 hours of local news each week.
In news, weather, and sports, experience counts. CBS4 News excels with the most experienced evening news anchors in Central Indiana, the market’s largest staff of meteorologists, and the longest-tenured sports department covering the Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Pacers, minor league baseball, hockey and soccer, and multiple D1 NCAA colleges. CBS4 is the Home of the Indianapolis Colts and carries more Colts games than any other station. With the combined power of the AFC Football package and the station’s exclusive media partnership, including the locally produced Colts Blue Zone and Colts 365, CBS4 is Central Indiana’s destination for all things Blue and White.
CBS4 is a dedicated advocate for strong communities and committed to our nation’s veterans. CBS4 supports important outreach efforts such as Honor Flight, Wishes For Our Heroes, the USO, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Toys for Tots, the Indianapolis Zoo and the Center for Leadership Development. CBS4 is the proud recipient of multiple Indianapolis Broadcasters Association Cardinal Awards for Community Service, most notably for its annual CBS4 Reads Book Drive supplying 10,000 books to local school children.
CBS4 is home to the market’s most powerful television brand, with top-rated primetime programs like The Big Bang Theory, Survivor, Young Sheldon, Mom, Big Brother, and NCIS, the most popular lineup in daytime, and the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. In addition, CBS Sports covers an exciting lineup of top-rated sporting events like the NFL, NCAA Basketball, SEC Football, and PGA Golf. With unparalleled news, sports, entertainment programming, community involvement and customer service, clients choose CBS4 to reach audiences and drive business.
Indianapolis, IN is in the 25th largest DMA in the United States, with a population of approximately 2,469,023 and 1,053,830 television households, as reported by Nielsen Media.
Cable/ADS penetration in the market is estimated to be 81% (50% wired, 31% ADS). Forbes reported Indianapolis to be “one of the best new boom towns in the U.S.” and Newsweek named Indy an “emerging hotspot.” Indianapolis is headquarters to Eli Lilly, Anthem, Cummins, Allison Transmission, and the NCAA. Top employers include Community Health Network, Purdue University, IU Health, St. Vincent, Delphi Electronics, Eli Lilly and Roche Diagnostics. Major universities include the University of Indiana, Purdue, Ball State and Butler. An avid sports town, Indianapolis is home to the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Colts (NFL), Indiana Pacers (NBA), Indianapolis Indians (IL), Indy Fuel (ECHL) and Indy Eleven (USL). Source: careeronestop, IBJ
Source: careeronestop, IBJ
Station Contact Information6910 Network Place Indianapolis, IN 46278 P: (317) 632-5900
Dominic Mancuso, Vice President and General Manager
Sarah Jacobs, Director of Sales
Matt Waggoner, News Director