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Do you have a product you are trying to promote? Can the general community benefit from the services that your company provides? Are you trying to reach a specific audience?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Recorder media group has exactly what you need.

At over 125-years-old, the Recorder has been a mainstay in the community by providing powerful and informative news that enhances the knowledge of African-Americans throughout Indiana, the country and even the world.

We also have a  newly-enhanced  website  which  allow  us  to  address your needs with a more technologically-advanced approach. we are committed to being quality news-gathering resources that not only  service the general community, but also work hard to effectively meet the needs of our clients.

Feel free to peruse this media kit. Our talented sales staff is readily available to provide you with a competitively-priced proposal that will successfully meet all of your needs. we are here to serve you!

Phone: 317-924-5143
Fax: 317-921-6653
Email: newsroom@indyrecorder.com

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