A New Chapter

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My 30-year TV media career is ending, as we head into the New Year. I just want to thank all of you for your wonderful support of our WTHR community campaigns. You’ve helped us shatter the silence on abuse; donate tens of thousands of Coats to Kids; bring holiday help to children through the United Christmas Service; fight breast cancer in the Race for the Cure and more. Our community is great because of people like you. I believe that you have some of the biggest hearts in the nation.  Tomorrow is my last day at Channel 13, after serving 12 years as Community Affairs Director. I am thankful to the Dispatch Broadcast Group for the years that I had this platform in which I could serve. I’ve also made life-long friends, at this station, whom I love. I’m not leaving Central Indiana. This has been my home for most of my adult life. Just know that, in my next chapter, I will still be committed to serving this community and sharing news on issues that matter most. And, I know that, if I call on you to help serve, too, you will be there. I love Hoosiers and I love Central Indiana. Please stay tuned for more.
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Angela Cain

Angela Cain is a certified professional coach and an Emmy award-winning former television news anchor/reporter and former executive in community affairs and public affairs. Through Angela Cain Communications, Angela serves as a PR, media relations, and brand storytelling consultant helping build brand, customers, and revenue for purpose-driven businesses and entrepreneurs. Services include marketing videos, blogs, podcast stories, storytelling workshops, media training and performance coaching, and life and career coaching for women. And, Angela’s blog and podcast share compelling content and inspirational interviews about “what matters most” in our lives and careers.

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