All Indiana Bets

  • WISH-TV is launching the first localized sports betting show All Indiana Bets.
  • All Indiana Bets will focus on local Indiana teams, breaking down odds for both collegiate and professional teams.
  • A weekly college sports show will run on Saturdays.

INDIANAPOLIS – Sports betting media has finally reached local TV as Circle City Broadcasting brings ‘All Indiana Bets’ to WISH-TV.

‘All Indiana Bets’ will cover local Indiana teams on both the collegiate and professional level, discussing odds and matchups on a weekly basis.

The show will launch in August of 2021, bringing Indiana betting fans breakdowns of major games throughout the year. This is another example of sports betting and sports media going hand in hand.

All Indiana Bets

There will be a weekly college sports show on Saturdays, a professional sports show on Sundays, and starting 2022 ‘All Indiana Bets’ will cover March Madness betting throughout the tournament.

“WISH-TV is committed to creating more unique programming and because of the growing popularity in sports betting, this new show is designed with Hoosiers in mind,” said DuJuan McCoy, Owner, President, and CEO of Circle City Broadcasting. “’All Indiana Bets’ will give sports betting enthusiasts in Indiana more information and expert insights to make better wagering decisions on their favorite Indiana teams.”

The show has a lot of big names attached to it. Radio personality Jason Hammer and comedian Scott Long for example are set to be hosts, covering odds live to Indiana residents. WISH-TV’s McKinzie Roth from Entertainment Insider has all been attached to the new show.

The show can be found on WISH-TV state-wide news network, online at WISHTV.com, and live from the WISH-TV studios in Indianapolis. There will also be a weekly podcast available on the All Indiana Podcast Network.

Legal sports betting has continued to grow in popularity, making shows like ‘All Indiana Bets’ a major draw in regulated markets.

Should this be a success, it could be a sign of future events with more states with legal sports betting opting to launch their own localized show.

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