Aftershelton_bio his first radio job in Ashland, Kentucky, Jim Shelton came to Indianapolis and a 50-year career at WIBC Radio. He is frequently best remembered for his hugely popular “Pick-a-Pocket,” a 15-minute game show airing from the Circle Theater marquee at 12:15. The segment ran 21 years, ending in 1968. His evening show “The Platter Party” aired 6:45-9:00. Shelton later was a top sales executive for the station. For many years he was one of the announcers on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Network. Shelton was inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame in 1989. He died February 11, 1993.