Hello and welcome to The Rob Burgess Show. I am, of course, your host, Rob Burgess.
On this our 201st episode, our returning guest is Josh Sigler.
You first heard Josh Sigler on Episode 14, along with fellow regular guest Brandon Chapman.
Josh Sigler grew up in Tipton, Indiana, where he was a 2002 honors graduate of Tipton High School. He earned his bachelor's degree in media studies and organizational communication from Manchester University in 2006, and served as a community affairs intern at WTHR Channel 13-Indianapolis during his senior year. He’s worked for various publications over a 15-year career as a journalist, including the Kokomo Tribune and the Wabash Plain Dealer. He earned the Hoosier State Press Association (HSPA) award for best sports feature in 2015, and has won various other awards during his career from the HSPA and the Associated Press. During his six years at the Kokomo Tribune, Sigler was an AP football pollster and his work has appeared in publications such as the South Bend Tribune, the Hartford Courant and the San Antonio Express-News.
A quick programming note:
You can read Josh's Oct. 4, 2015 Kokomo
Tribune story, “What happened to Tabi?: Unsolved Tipton murder
still haunts family” by clicking here.
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