Terri Dee’s 30+ year broadcasting career began with her love for words and reading created by weekly Saturday morning trips to the library as a child. These experiences led to an early realization of the power of communication.

Terri began her media career as an overnight on-air  personality and creative and technical producer for public affairs programming on Urban One Indy  R & B powerhouse WTLC-FM and legendary gospel station WTLC-AM. Her research, writing and reporting skills flourished as she added the duties of  general assignment reporter and midday anchor with Emmis Communication’s 24-hour news channel, WIBC-AM and Network Indiana covering political, legal, health, technology, business, and feature stories.

Her next broadcasting tier was as news director & morning news anchor for the Urban One (Radio One) Indianapolis cluster which had grown to include hip-hop station WHHH-FM and former smooth jazz WYJZ-FM. Her talent for presenting engaging, distinct, and informative interviews earned her a 12-year stint on WTLC-FM as host and executive producer for the listener-interactive news & talk show, “The Chat Room.”  

After taking a hiatus, she returned to radio as host and executive producer of “Community Connection,” (formerly “Afternoons with AmosBrown“) on WTLC-AM. Terri brought local and national news figures in the fields of  politics, business, sports, health, entertainment, education, and law. Her philosophy was to impact the community and challenge  listeners to “embrace other points of view” and “refuse information at face value.”  Terri earned her reputation for asking guests the hard questions while urging her audience to do their own research. 

Terri has received numerous community service awards for her work in fighting literacy, addressing the challenges of  troubled youth, and improving health. She is a sought-after commentator, public speaker, panelist, facilitator and moderator for various business and community events and conferences. 

Currently, Terri anchors local news broadcasts while writing and producing  feature stories which can be heard weekday afternoons on WFYI-FM  “All Things Considered,” the most listened to afternoon drive time radio news program in the country. Believing in the power of education, Terri earned a Bachelor’s degree from IUPUI and a Master in Business Administration degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. 

In her free time, she likes shopping, going to libraries, movies, museums, sporting events and playing with her dogs, Link and Carmen. Her personal motto is: work hard, stay focused, grateful and humble with God’s blessings.