Induction ceremony Sept. 17

The Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame will celebrate its newest class of inductees Sept. 17 at the Columbia Club in Indianapolis.

Inductees include:

  • Ed Breen, former managing editor of The Chronicle-Tribune in Marion and a former assistant managing editor of The Journal Gazette in Fort Wayne;
  • Diana Hadley, executive director of the Indiana High School Press Association, a 12-year faculty member at Franklin College and a former journalism and media teacher at Mooresville High School;
  • John Norberg, who started his career with the Brazil Daily Times in 1971 and was an investigative writer and columnist for the Lafayette Journal and Courier through 2014;
  • Bill Schrader, former editor and associate publisher of the (Bloomington) Herald-Times and a former editor and general manager of the (Bedford) Times-Mail;
  • The late Jim Bannon, who before his death in 1998 had a long career of service in journalism in Indiana and was known as “Mr. Anderson” in Anderson, Indiana, where a bust of his likeness sits in the town square.

The hall also will honor Steven C. Moberly with the John P. McMeel Distinguished Service Award for his work to keep the flow of vital government and political news transparent.

Learn more about the inductees and how to reserve your spot at the celebration, or download the invitation and order form.

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