The remarkable sports-fueled growth of Indianapolis speeds toward the Super Bowl goal line.
How did a Rust Belt city -- a city so dead in the 1960s that pigeons were hunted with shotguns in the middle of downtown -- become a metropolis vibrant enough to attract
the Super Bowl? Simple. Yet extraordinary. "Naptown" puts viewers in the front row of history as it happened, showing how Indianapolis leaders gambled on an unprecedented
strategy -- civic development through sports -- and succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. Called "required viewing" by Forbes.com.
*Two regional Emmys, for Writing and Research
*Nominated for a regional Emmy for Best Documentary
Producers: Ted Green, Jon Sweeney
Editor: Pete Saetre
Writer, narrator: Ted Green
Research: Ted Green, Dawn Mitchell
Produced by WFYI and The Indianapolis Star
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