The Late Robin Miller Inducted into Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame
Fernando Alonso, left, and the late Robin Miller, right
Six Hoosier broadcasters--including the late motorsports journalist Robin Miller--will be inducted into the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame this Fall.
Known nationally to viewers of ESPN, SPEED and NBC, Robin Miller's career covered over 50 years, including 30 plus at the Indianapolis Star. Unsurprisingly, much of his career focused on auto racing since he owned race cars and drove them for 10 years. Robin is in the Motorsports Hall of Fame and Sprint Car Hall of Fame.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association's 2023 Hall of Fame class also includes play-by-play announcer Mark Boyle, radio show host Deb Miles, game-show host and sports broadcaster Mark Patrick, television producer Clayton Taylor and meteorologist Marcia Yockey.
This year's Hall of Fame class will be inducted during the annual Indiana Broadcasters Conference, October 2 at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
For more information, visit indianabroadcasters.org.