In the Public Interest: oral histories of Hoosier broadcasters, Linda Weintrout and Jane Nolan, Indiana Historical Society, 1999, 318p
Indianapolis Television, David L. Smith, Arcadia Publishing, 2012, 127p.
From Crystal to Color: WFBM, Burk Friedersdorf, the WFBM Stations, 1964, 189p.
Naptown Rock Radio Wars, David Fulton, Arcadia Publishing, 2013, 126p.
Memoirs of an Indiana Broadcaster, 1949-1966, Darrell E. Wible, 346p.
History of Fort Wayne Broadcasting, Richard Florea, Chapter 19, Vol 1, History of Fort Wayne & Allen County, Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Soc. and Allen County Genealogical Soc., M.T. Publishing Co., 2006
Television in Fort Wayne 1953-2018, Mark Souder with Melissa Long and Heather Herron, M.T. Publishing Co., 2021, 291p.
The Famous Faces of Indy’s WTTV-4: Sammy Terry, Cowboy Bob, Jamie and more, by Julie Young, The History Press, Charleston, SC, 2013, 141p.
Richard M. Fairbanks: A Life in Broadcasting, by Wendy Ford, Richard M Fairbanks Foundation, 2008, 264p.
When Cameras were Round: selected stories of the early days of local television in Evansville, Hal Wolford, 2001, 302p.
Live from Radio Rinkside; the Bob Chase Story (WOWO), Bob Chase and Blake Sebring, AuthorHouse, 2009, 252p.
The Fighting Irish on the Air: the history of Notre Dame football broadcasting, by Paul F. Guillifor, Diamond Communications, South Bend, Indiana, 2001.
“He’s On It! – Indiana Broadcaster Tom Carnegie,” Nelson Price, Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History magazine, Indiana Historical Society, Winter 2015, p. 14-21
“Singing Sam the Barbasol Man” (Harry Frankel), Carol McCafferty and Susan King, Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History magazine, Vol 17, Issue 1, p. 26-35