The Indiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists established the hall of fame in 1966 to recognize and honor those individuals who have demonstrated over a number of years that they are journalists of the highest distinction; that their dedication and contribution to journalism have in turn contributed to the regard others have for journalism; that their contributions to journalism have resulted in contributions to their communities; and that their contributions to journalism have had a significant impact on the political, social, economic or cultural life of their communities.
Formerly housed at DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., the Hall of Fame and its archives have moved to the Indiana University School of Journalism.
- Learn about our diverse members by browsing by name or induction year by using the navigation at left.
- Meet the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame officers and board members.
- See a list of donors who generously support the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame.
The Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame also presents a Distinguished Service to Journalism Award to honor individuals who have made contributions to journalism through ancillary means, such as technology, business or freedom of information.
For more information, contact:
Lawrence P. Taylor, Executive Director
Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame
940 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405