Same Commitment, New Package

Episode 4 of IndyFinity
News  /  Podcasts

Sixty35 leadership answers key questions about the transition of the Indy, the Business Journal and other community papers into one news source – Sixty35 news magazine and a strong digital presence at sixty35media.org.

They discuss the role these publications have played and that Sixty35 will continue to play in delivering truth, building community, and engaging citizens. Host Nick Raven asks them why a digital focus is needed, what’s changing and what’s not, and why this community needs Sixty35.

Bryan Grossman, Ahriana Platten, Lanny Adams, Amy Gillentine and Nick Raven in the studioIn the studio:

Amy Gillentine – Publisher of Sixty35 Media

Bryan Grossman – Editor-in-Chief of Sixty35 Media

Lanny Adams – Associate Publisher of Sixty35 Media

Ahriana Platten – President of Board of Directors, Citizen-Powered Media, Sixty35 Media’s nonprofit parent

Nick Raven – host for this conversation, reporter for Sixty35 Media

This is one of a series of conversations held during the livestreamed “IndyFinity” event held December 16, 2022, to celebrate 30 years of Indy history and preview the future of Sixty35 Media. The Independent, Colorado Springs Business Journal, Southeast Express, and Pikes Peak Bulletin are among the newspapers consolidating under the banner, Sixty35 Media, a new nonprofit digital and print journalism initiative that will do an even better job of shining a light on arts and entertainment, business, government and politics, neighborhoods and other civic affairs in all parts of our community, long into the future. Become a supporting member or make a donation.

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