Celebrating 20th Year, Aeverine Zinn Holdings Gives Itself a Makeover

Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ reinventing its business with improvements to receipts, detailed billing and invoice statement

EDITOR’s NOTE: Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ Digital Media Division owns INNewsCenter.

MARION, Ind., March 5, 2018 / — Approaching 20 years in business, Aeverine Zinn Holdings, announced today it has changed its core merchant transactions, point-of-sale system, receipts, and billing/invoicing statements. With a more detailed billing and invoicing statement, Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ new invoicing/billing statement have been reinvented to give consumers more options to pay for their order of products and/or services—whether is at Ava Zinn in person, Aeverine Zinn Holdings to advertise on the web sites of AvaZinn.com, Vote for the Girls, INNewsCenter, Vape Back!, Housing Hell, Retail Nightmares; Aeverine Zinn Retail Venues for products, goods, services at Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn, Charlie & Shirley’s Vape Shops, Robyn & Holly’s Vegetarian Buffets; Aeverine Zinn Digital Media for sponsoring episodes of Vote for the Girls USA, Vape Back!, Housing Hell, or Retail Nightmares—and Aeverine Zinn Holdings Founder, Owner/CEO, and Principal Webmaster Ava Zinn herself is backing up with a guarantee.

Rolling out over the course of the recent weeks, Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ new billing statements and receipts will be in all divisions and subsidiaries of Aeverine Zinn Holdings effective April 4, 2018.

“2019 will be my 20th year as a webmaster, and I am kicking it off with the most aggressive promotional campaigns to relaunch Aeverine Zinn Holdings as a transgender woman-owned, LGBT-owned and disadvantaged business after 20 years as a sole proprietorship. This campaign will be the biggest campaign in the history of Aeverine Zinn Holdings,” said Zinn. “This is probably one of my biggest service introductions in my 25 years as a retailer.”

The primary changes of our billing statements and receipts include:

Billing Statements:

The first page of the consumer’s billing statement will always be the payment stub which a consumer goes to any Aeverine Zinn Holdings venue (ex: Aeverine Zinn Holdings Main Office, Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn, etc.) listed on the statement to make an in-person payment by paying with cash, Check/E-check, PayPal, MasterCard, VISA, American Express, and/or Discover.

The first page can also be mailed to Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ mailing address with Check or money order payable to “AEVERINE NIEVES”, bank draft from the consumer’s bank account (provided the ABA and Account numbers are filled out) to Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ bank account (Our ABA or Routing Number is always disclosed while the entire account number is NEVER, EVER disclosed due to security concerns or issues), PayPal from the consumer’s PayPal e-mail address to Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ PayPal account(s), .MasterCard, VISA, American Express, or Discover credit or debit card account (provided the Name on Card, Credit/Debit Card Number, CVV/Security Code, and Expiration Date numbers are filled out completely).

The second page of the billing statement lists very important information about the payment processing of Aeverine Zinn Holdings.

And finally, the third and following subsequent pages lists the account summary and account activity as well as transactions at all Aeverine Zinn Holdings venues in a particular billing period (whether it is monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually).

Receipts and additional changes of the new Billing Statement’s First Page:

The primary changes of the forms of payment include:

In addition to Cash, Paper Check or Money Order payable to “AEVERINE NIEVES” since launching as FAZLimited on November 1, 1999 as well as PayPal since December 1, 2004…

Aeverine Zinn Holdings is now accepting credit and debit cards bearing the logos of MasterCard, VISA, American Express, and Discover as a method of payment and no more than the last four digits of the consumer’s credit or debit card that is used to pay will be on the receipt when the card is processed via Square Register Point of Sale whether the consumer pays in-person at any Aeverine Zinn Holdings venue, online, or by United States postal/express mail.

Another new form of payment is electronic check (or commonly known as an ACH Debit, Bank Draft, electronic funds transfer) and similar to a paper check made out to “AEVERINE NIEVES”, Aeverine Zinn Holdings and/or Ava Zinn herself deposits the “electronic check” to Afena Federal Credit Union (the official bank of Aeverine Zinn Holdings) to be debited from the consumer’s checking, savings, or other bank account and credited to Aeverine Zinn Holdings/Ava Zinn’s checking and/or savings account at Afena Federal Credit Union. As is the case with a paper check, Aeverine Zinn Holdings does charge a fee of $50 if the check and/or e-check is returned unpaid, dishonored, or not processed due to insufficient funds.

Reinventing the Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ Brands, Services, and Products

“The fact is, we love receipts and billing statements, but as times change, so do consumer tastes,” said Alexandra Moffitt, Secretary of Aeverine Zinn Holdings. “We’ve created a billing statement/receipt to reflect what consumers are looking for. We’re not talking about a slightly-altered version of our previous billing statement/receipts. It’s a completely new statement reinvented from the ground up, and we are proud of it. To us, it’s as big as Domino’s Pizza changing their own Pizza Recipe ten years ago (in 2009), Diet Dr. Pepper changing its formula from 23 ingredients to 24 ingredients, or Kentucky Fried Chicken reinventing their own Colonel’s Recipe. We spent the last six years reinventing the brand in anticipation of our 20th anniversary.”

Moffitt noted that more than 75 percent of the Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ Products and Services are new since 2015. Added to the menu of services and products since that time:

  • Aeverine Zinn Holdings
      • Sheena Jay Private Detective Agency (10 percent ownership acquired in March 2018)
  • Aeverine Zinn Retail Venues
    • Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn
      • Salads (also offered at Holly & Robyn’s Vegetarian Buffet Restaurants)
        • Corn & Five Bean Salad, A salad with corn, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), black beans, green beans, kidney beans, and lima beans.
      • Pizza (also offered at Holly & Robyn’s Vegetarian Buffet Restaurants)
        • The Big Ten Cheese Pizza, the signature 10 cheese pizza on either red or white pizza sauce on pizza crust (also offered at Holly & Robyn’s Vegetarian Buffet Restaurants)
        • Indiana Double Stuffed Veggie Pizza, Roasted Red and Green Peppers, fresh onions, mushrooms, black and green olives, all sandwiched between two layers of crust with layers of cheese made with mozzarella. (also offered at Holly & Robyn’s Vegetarian Buffet Restaurants)
      • Subs and Sandwiches (also offered at Holly & Robyn’s Vegetarian Buffet Restaurants)
        • The VLMT Sub, a veggie patty with lettuce, mushrooms, and tomato with mayonnaise on a sandwich
        • Three Alarm Stromboli, a Stromboli with jalapeno, habanero, and chili peppers
      • Pies and Casseroles
        • Wax Bean Casserole, a twist on the Classic Green Bean Casserole
        • Seyfert’s Veggie Pie, a vegetable pot pie with crushed Seyfert’s Potato Chips
    • Charlie & Shirley’s Vape Shops
      • Make Your Own E-Liquid (E-Liquid Bar, also offered at Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn)
    • Holly & Robyn’s Vegetarian Buffet Restaurants
      • Build Your Own Salad (Salad Bar, also offered at Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn)
      • Build your own Pizza (Pizza Bar, also offered at Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn)
      • Build your own sandwiches/subs (Sandwich Bar, also offered at Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn)
    • Aeverine Zinn Vape Shoppes (Brand name for E-Liquids to be sold at Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn and Charlie & Shirley’s Vape Shops, pending approval from the Federal Food and Drug Administration and Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission) as well as distributed to vape shops in all of Indiana’s 92 counties:
      • Margaret’s Choice:
        • Lemon’s Da Bomb (Lemon Menthol)
        • Red Lemon (Cherry Lemonade)
        • Quadruple Berry (Blueberry, Raspberry, Blackberry, Strawberry)
        • Transman/F2M Juice (Vanilla Custard, Peanut Butter, and Quadruple Berry)
        • Transwoman/M2F Juice (Spearmint and Licorice/Anise)
      • Image Value:
        • Menthol Tobacco
        • Tobacco
        • Classic Menthol
        • Triple Mint (Spearmint, Mint, Peppermint)
  • Aeverine Zinn Digital Media
    • Online
      • AvaZinn.com
      • Aeverine Zinn Holdings Press Releases Press.AvaZinn.com
      • News at News.AvaZinn.com
      • Indiana Weather Wall at Weather.AvaZinn.com
      • INNewsCenter at INNewsCenter.AvaZinn.com
      • Vape Back! At VapeBack.AvaZinn.com
      • Vote for the Girls VFTGUSA.AvaZinn.com
      • Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn Official Web site at VapeGrill.AvaZinn.com
    • Media Production
      • Vote for the Girls
      • Vape Back! ()
      • Housing Hell
      • Retail Nightmares
    • Television
        • WXXC-FDT “INNCD 47 Fort Wayne” (10 percent ownership acquired February 2017, formerly owned from 1999 to 2008)

“The cherry on the top of all these recent innovations to the Retail and Digital Media divisions is our newly-inspired billing statements and receipts,” said Moffitt. “Our inspiration came from the thousands of direct consumer feedback messages on several social media channels over 20 years.

“Over a six-year period, we tested dozens of payment systems, 10 invoicing systems, and nearly 50 billing statement/receipt formats and researched every possible combination with customers who order from us all the time, customers who haven’t tried us in years, even customers who have a representative payee. Our extensive research showed that the new billing statements/receipts is significantly improved and more Representative Payee-friendly over our previous billing statements/receipts.”

Great Value Offer with Ads Featuring Real Aeverine Zinn Holdings Team Members

All divisions and subsidiaries of Aeverine Zinn Holdings will be marketing this new billing statement/receipts format aggressively in the next several weeks and with very limited advertising, sampling opportunities throughout the areas of Marion, Muncie, Fort Wayne, and Indianapolis and a strong web-based presence, Moffitt said.

The special introductory offer will be announced at the appropriate Aeverine Zinn Holdings-owned web site(s) at a later date.

Advertising will be produced by Aeverine Zinn Digital Media Productions that will include documentary-style anecdotes featuring real consultants team members of all Aeverine Zinn Holdings divisions and subsidiaries. The spots, to be filmed outside of Mississinewa High School in Gas City, Indiana, the proposed Vape Bar & Grill Ava Zinn location in Marion, Indiana, and various other locations in Grant County, Indiana will show how Ava Zinn herself and Aeverine Zinn Holdings took on the challenge of changing the negative perceptions of some consumers in Marion, Indiana.

Putting The Money Where The Mouth Is

“Ava Zinn as an entrepreneur has long been known for service perfection,” said Moffitt. “With this new billing statement/receipt format we are convinced Ava Zinn and Aeverine Zinn Holdings can be known for both quality and service perfection. That’s why Ava is introducing this new billing/statement with a guarantee: If you are not completely satisfied with your experience at any Aeverine Zinn Holdings venue, we will make it right or refund your money in the form of Aeverine Zinn Holdings credit.

“My entire staff at Aeverine Zinn Holdings, the personal and professional consultants I work with, my family and I have been involved in this,” Zinn continued. “From yours truly Ava Zinn to my staff at all of my company as well as my retail and digital media divisions; from my products and services development team to my marketers — everyone has had a hand in reinventing our billing statement/receipts and relaunching Aeverine Zinn Holdings as an LGBT trans-woman-owned company.”



Source: How to vote for Addison Agen during ‘The Voice’ Live Rounds – Fort Waynes NBC 

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (edited from WPTA-DT2) — The local VFTG Pick and Fort Wayne’s Very own Addison Agen will compete in NBC’s “The Voice” Live Rounds on Monday. She was picked by Vote for the Girls Founder, Webmaster, and Host Ava Zinn as is Chloe Kohanski and Keisha Renee.

VFTG USA is providing wall-to-wall coverage by posting the results live as they happen in the east coast. In addition, we are also simulcasting with Ava’s site at AvaZinn.com and INNewsCenter as a crossover event.

There are six ways to vote for Addison or any other VFTG Pick and/or male flex picks chosen by our moderator panelists.

App Voting
Online Voting
Xfinity X1 Voting for Comcast Cable subscribers only
iTunes Voting (should an artist hit the overall top 10 of the iTunes Charts, those votes are multiplied five times during the appropriate voting period.
Apple Music Voting
Twitter Voting
You can use the following hashtag to vote for Addison on Twitter:

You’re allowed to vote up to 10 times, so make them count!

The voting window will be open the day the performance airs Monday at 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. on Tuesday.


For the voting rules, click here.


Tim Doty departs WTTV…

After just two years in Indianapolis, WTTV morning and midday anchor Tim Doty has left the station.

According to a post on the CBS 4 Indianapolis Facebook page, he left the station to pursue other opportunities.

He joined WTTV in January 2015 coming from WTTV/WXIN sister station WXMI in Grand Rapids. Prior to that he worked at WLNS– Lansing (MI) and WBKB – Alpena (MI).


INNewsCenter first speculated on its Facebook page that new  anchor Frank Mickens was going to co-anchor with Doty and Nicole Pence after the departure of Marianne Lyles.

It turned out WTTV did not have a trick up its sleeve… INNewsCenter webmaster and Founder Ava Zinn regrets the error.


Mudslinging between WISE and Mediacom


(Edited from Duluth News-Tribune) Negotiations between Granite Broadcasting Corp. and Mediacom over how much the cable provider should pay to carry Fort Wayne’s WISE have turned heated as they near a Sunday deadline.

MediacomMediacom is accusing Granite of asking for a 100 percent fee increase for Mediacom to carry the Fort Wayne NBC affiliate  and the MyTV FWA programming — including NBC shows — on Mediacom’s cable systems in Decatur and Albion.

Granite, the owner of WISE, has fired back that it is Mediacom that is holding up the negotiations.

The end result, if they don’t strike deal by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, is that Northeast Indiana Mediacom subscribers  may not get to watch NBC shows or NBC 33 or even MyTV Fort Wayne’s local and syndicated programming.

“Granite is seeking in excess of a 100 percent rate increase over our current contract for the continued carriage of WISE, so it is really the hard-working residents of Northeast Indiana who should be disappointed in how these negotiations are progressing,” Thomas Larsen, Mediacom’s group vice president of legal and public affairs, said in a statement to the News Tribune. “It is Mediacom’s goal to provide our customers with a great programming lineup at a reasonable price. When the channel owners ask for more money, we negotiate with them in an effort to keep the costs our customers ultimately pay as low as possible.”

Larsen accused Granite of trying to hold Mediacom customers “hostage” so Granite “can extract a higher price for their product than if they relied on objective criteria to value their stations such as ratings, quality of content, etc.”

Larsen told the News Tribune that if negotiations fall through, Mediacom would want to import an out-of-market NBC station to replace WISE — but federal laws prevent it from doing so. The laws give WISE exclusive broadcast rights to NBC programming in the Fort Wayne market, he said. That would mean no NBC programming over cable for Mediacom customers in Northeast Indiana until an agreement is reached — although they still could access NBC shows using Mediacom’s “TV Everywhere” apps, Larsen said.

Duane Lammers, chief operating officer for Granite, told the News Tribune that Mediacom did not appear to be responding to Granite’s most recent offer.

“It’s pretty hard to negotiate when there are no communications,” Lammers said Friday afternoon.

In a formal statement posted on the NBC 33 website, Granite officials said that “we have tried hard to reach a fair agreement with Mediacom so that our viewers would not miss any of our stations’ around-the-clock news coverage, weather emergencies, public service announcements and favorite local, NBC 33 and My TV Fort Wayne programming,” the company said. “Thus far, we are disappointed in the lack of progress in our negotiations, especially since we have successfully reached deals with every major cable, satellite and telecommunications company that recognizes our fair market value.”

The company added that it “will continue to negotiate with Mediacom. Unfortunately, we do not know if, or when, an agreement will be reached. In the meantime, we hope you will continue supporting local television and watch us through alternative means including free over-the-air service via antenna, through DirectTV, Dish Network or another cable provider.”


Uh-oh, champagngio!

Anchors Kylie Conway and Lauren Lowrey, of Indianapolis’ newly-crowned CW affiliate WISH, suffered a champagne malfunction on the “Daybreak” set last Friday.

The duo were wrapping up a story about how champagne gives you a worse hangover than other alcoholic beverages, when Conway grabbed what she thought was an empty champagne bottle and sprayed its contents all over the set (and all over her co-anchor’s legs).

Meteorologist Randy Ollis popped in at the end of the segment to let his boss know he had nothing to do with the now booz-soaked set.

Watch below…


This deserves to have “The Price is Right” losing horns.


WTTV and WISH-TV switching affiliations Jan. 1, What you need to know…

The All-New INNewsCenter’s first post will be a major network affiliation switch in Indianapolis in 35 and half years (not counting a third between WTTV and WNDY in 1998).

The last time a major network affiliation switch in Indianapolis happened, Bob Barker of “The Price is Right” became a vegetarian, Nickelodeon launches the first network for kids, and on November 4 of that year “Jaws” airs on network TV for the first time airing on WRTV instead of WTHR as they swapped networks June 1, 1979.

The last NBC program to air on WRTV was the Tomorrow show that ended at 12:37 a.m. and the first ABC show to air was none other than “Good Morning America” airing at 7:00 AM June 1, 1979 while  WTHR’s last ABC program was “20/20” (if memory serves the Zinn family correctly) that ended at 10:00 PM May 31, 1979 and signed off shooting the ABC loving cup that WTHR received in 1977. WTHR signed on on the morning of June 1, 1979 with the NBC chimes (WTHR’s first logo as an NBC affiliate is shown below from our friends at FuzzyMemories.TV.)

Indiana's CBS4 imageThirty-five years and seven months after WRTV became an ABC affiliate and WTHR affiliating with NBC, with the latter one of the strongest NBC affiliates in America, WTTV will become known as CBS4 (left) to reflect its CBS affiliation and WISH-TV will take WTTV’s outgoing CW affiliation as 12:00 AM of January 1, 2015.

So for starters, the last Indianapolis Colts game to air on WISH-TV will be the Indianapolis Colts/Tennessee Titans game. The last CBS program to air on WISH-TV will be “Stalker” that ends at 11:00 PM on December 31, 2014. WISH-TV will then air its first CW program at 1:00 PM “The Bill Cunningham Show” on January 1, 2015 after WISH-TV’s expanded noon newscast.

For WTTV, though the last CW program to air will be the iHeart Music Festival special that ends at 10:00 PM on December 31, 2014. At 12:17 AM January 1, 2015, WTTV’s first CBS program will be “The Late Show with David Letterman,” hosted by the Indianapolis native and Ball State University alum.


Ava Zinn: Five Things that will be different from old INNewsCenter

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Ava Zinn has been asked this as the revival of INNewsCenter is now live. Yet there are some things that will be different from the original version of INNewsCenter and what will be seen on the all new INNewsCenter.


First and foremost, just to be clear that all of INNewsCenter’s Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages are going to remain the same as it was before she closed INNewsCenter in 2011. Ava Zin is still administrator of the INNewsCenter revival. So if you haven’t done so already, please follow INNewsCenter on Twitter (@innewscenterhd), like us on Facebook (facebook.com/innewscenter), and subscribe to our channel on YouTube.


(NEW) Second, expect certain clips (as was the case for Cheryl Parker’s final WXIN-TV newscast and the American Idol 9 finale which was never uploaded to INNewsCenter’s YouTube channel) to be featured on both Vote for the Girls and INNewsCenter (clear examples are Vote for the Girls picks of American Idol 13’s Marrielle Sellars, So You Think You Can Dance 11’s Valerie Rocey, The Voice 5’s Olivia Henken and The Voice 7’s Allison  Bray), as BOTH sites are owned and operated by Aeverine Zinn Holdings. Such INNewsCenter clips will be female contestants (of which are supported by the American adaptation Vote for The Girls) and/or someone that Ava Zinn went to school with makes Indiana headlines and/or as was the case with the Ashley Rheam affair (which is covered on AvaZinn.com), especially for Issues related in the Marion, Mississinewa, and Eastbrook Community School Districts, and typically seen on the Ava Zinn You Tube Channel.

Third, at the time of INNewsCenter’s closure, and since the very last post on the site was WFFT-TV (channel 55, former Marion cable channel 2) losing Fox (and on March 1, 2013, WFFT has re-affiliated with the network) as well as a cable television dispute that lead to dropping Bright House Networks (not because of cable TV rates in case anyone wondered, but it was due to the WISH-TV/Bright House dispute in October 2008 that lead to the repercussions of the big four Fort Wayne stations dropped) and eventually replaced with AT&T U-Verse (via internet streaming) and over-the-air hybrid. There won’t be as much montages from the original as Ava will be most likely have to take an indoor TV antenna, and VCR to a hotel (especially in Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, of which when Ava launched INNewsCenter in November 1999, only the Fort Wayne and Indianapolis markets were covered before adding the eight other markets that serve all 92 counties in Indiana.)

Fourth, due to Ms. Zinn’s commitments with Vote for the Girls (the American/USA version since 2010, UK/British version since 2013, and now the Australian version as of April 2015), Housing Hell (coming in 2016), family obligations (yes, Ms. Zinn does have a family), and other issues that do come up often, expect INNewsCenter to have a “INNewsCenter team” that will run the web site similar to “Nightline”‘s format since 2005 after Ted Koppel retired with all posts final by Ava Zinn.

The fifth thing that will be different from the original INNewsCenter and the revival is going to be a new, yet likely going to be a YouTube copyright issue at the end of the day. In 2008, months before the WISH-TV/Bright House dispute, I was notified as the administrator of INNewsCenter since LIN TV of Providence contacted Ava about using INNewsCenter’s graphical elements (such as high definition pillars on clips used for 4:3 videos in 480 i as INNewsCenter will still be presenting clips in high definition when the original version upgraded to high definition/widescreen in 2007 and a digital on-screen graphic) and in 2013 on the INNewsCenter YouTube channel asked to take down clips from WIPB-TV in Muncie, which is a bloody shame. With that in mind, that lead Ava to consider a new feature, mostly for the station owner’s interests and copyright claims — The INNewsCenter Safe Haven Policy, which allows Ava Zinn (as the owner and admin of INNewsCenter) at the station owner’s request in the event the clips be taken down from INNewsCenter’s YouTube channel and as the administrator of INNewsCenter, offer the station owner (like Scripps, Tribune, or Media General) the use of INNewsCenter’s clip(s) be uploaded to the station’s YouTube Channel (such as WISH-TV or WRTV) to be presented it was seen on the station involved. A clear example of this is from WTWO-TV in Terre Haute (watch below).

BTW, since INNewsCenter is owned and operated by Ava Zinn, the civil policies are subject to the 2-5-10-BANNED Rule, that went into effect July 4, 2014. Should a station owner request a station’s material be taken down on YouTube due to copyright, that’s an automatic 20 year BANNED/BANNED as long as the station remains on the air. Another example is after Josh Kaufman won The Voice of America 6, INNewsCenter will not be uploading anything from WTHR from July 4, 2014 until January 4, 2016 under Ms. Zinn’s discretion and this applies to Vote for the Girls USA.

And last but not least, the sixth and final thing that will be different on the INNewsCenter revival is that only five significantly viewed markets of Peoria/Bloomington (viewed in Terre Haute); Grand Rapids (viewed in South Bend/Elkhart); Toledo and Detroit (viewed in Fort Wayne); and Lexington KY (viewed in Louisville and Cincinnati OH) are being added to the ten markets that INNewsCenter covered during the original 1999-2011 run. When the site launched, INNewsCenter only covered Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, and in 2004 added the eight other Indiana television markets of South Bend, Evansville, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Gary (Chicago, IL), New Albany (Louisville, KY), Richmond (Dayton, OH), and Rising Sun (Cincinnati, OH).

In closing, things will basically be the same on INNewsCenter when Ava Zinn closed the site on June 30, 2011. Zinn said of the revival, “Closing INNewsCenter was the biggest regret I’ve ever made. When I relaunch the INNewsCenter site, it will be located at avazinn.com/innewscenter because INNewsCenter.net has since been taken by another owner.”

We look forward to these changes as we will still be covering all Indiana’s 92 counties.


INNewsCenter is BACK…

INNewsCenter is BACK on Ava Zinn

The last time INNewsCenter posted a story about Indiana TV news was Ava Zinn’s announcement closing the site on June 30, 2011 after a successful 12 year run. The reason for the site closing was Ava Zinn auditioning for American Idol’s 11th season and the Vote for the Girls franchise.

The next to last post was an affiliation change in Fort Wayne when Fox was moving from WFFT to WISE-DT2.

The next post will be another major affiliation switch in 35 1/2 years in Indianapolis….

In the next few posts, there will be a few things that will be different from the old INNewsCenter and what you will see on the all new INNewsCenter.