Make your home page

Emmy Award-winner and Evansville native Anthony Calhoun leads the most dynamic TV sports team in Indiana as Sports Director and main anchor at WISH-TV.

In addition to his daily reporting and anchoring, A.C. hosts several highly rated shows including, SportsLocker, seen every Sunday at 10:15pm on WISH-TV. During football season, you can also catch A.C. on the Emmy-award-winning Countdown to Kickoff Colts pre-game show on Sunday mornings.

As one of the most versatile sportscasters in Indy, A.C. has also served as a play-by-play announcer for NCAA Basketball on ESPN, as well as the voice of Butler Basketball on WNDY-TV.

Prior to joining WISH-TV in 1998, A.C. began his professional career as weekend sports anchor/reporter at WTVH-TV in Syracuse, New York.

A.C. is a graduate of Syracuse University, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism. During his time at Syracuse University, A.C. was named a Remembrance Scholar, which is the highest award given by the university. A.C. has also been recognized as one of the most influential people in Indianapolis. He was honored to be named Central Indiana’s “Favorite Sportscaster” by two popular publications, Indianapolis Woman magazine and NUVO. Recently, A.C. was inducted into the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Hall of Fame.

When he’s not on the air, A.C. spends his free time helping others, whether as serving as emcee for charitable organizations, or fundraising to help children in need. The AC Golf Classic has raised over $2 million to promote excellence in inner-city youth education. Each year, A.C. brings together local athletes, celebrities, business and community leaders in what has now become one of the most successful and popular golf fundraisers in Indiana.

In recognizing his longtime commitment to serving others, the Indiana Sports Corp. presented A.C. with their prestigious Pathfinder Award. Prior recipients of this distinguished achievement include Peyton Manning, Condoleezza Rice, Jim Nantz, Oscar Robertson, Larry Bird, and Tony Dungy.

Email Anthony at

Angela Moryan is an award-winning journalist who joined the WISH-TV sports team in July 2022.

Before her move to Indianapolis, Angela worked almost five years at WDEF in Chattanooga covering the Titans, Falcons, Tennessee Volunteers, Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Braves. There, she told stories from Super Bowl LIII, the 2022 National Championship, Terrell Owens’ Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony at UT-Chattanooga and the Braves World Series season – just to name a few. Working in an NFL market has always been her dream.

Indiana is the fifth state Angela has called home. She’s a proud Army brat who grew up falling in love with sports watching her family’s favorite New York teams. She grew up in metro-Atlanta, where she was valedictorian of her class at Trinity Christian School. She then graduated summa cum laude from Georgia College & State University before moving to Myrtle Beach to start her TV career at WMBF News.

While she’s used to spending Saturdays on the SEC sidelines, she’s excited to dive into Big Ten basketball.

Have a good story? Email Angela at

Andrew Chernoff is an award-winning journalist who joined the WISH-TV sports team in Feb. 2023.

Prior to joining the WISH-TV, Chernoff worked just down I-65 at WLKY in Louisville, Ky. During his roughly four years at WLKY, he covered multiple Kentucky Derby races, along with plenty of University of Louisville, University of Kentucky, Bellarmine University and high school sports.

Before his time at WLKY, he served as a sports anchor/managing editor (sports director) at Spectrum News Kentucky and as a weekend sports anchor/reporter at KFDM/KBTV in Beaumont, Tx.

Chernoff is a Carmel native who graduated from Carmel High School. In fact, he actually interned at WISH-TV for a couple summers while he attended college at Syracuse University. He is extremely excited to be “Back Home Again in Indiana.”

His favorite sporting event is the Indianapolis 500. As a result, you’ll likely be able to find him at Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the entire Month of May.

Chernoff is a massive open-wheel racing fan, who also enjoys spending time on the golf course and just hanging out with family and friends.

He cannot wait to help tell stories that impact communities across Indiana. Email Andrew at