2016 Director Elections

The current term of the Board of Director’s in Mt. Meridian, Reelsville, and Monrovia will expire in April, 2016. Click here for more information.


AMC Negotiations

We were able to reach an agreement with AMC.  We will continue to finalize the details, but you will not be losing any channels.

AMC Negotiations

As your Local TV provider, we work hard to provide you the best value.

AMC Networks is demanding an almost 350% increase in the fees they were charging for this (and other) channel(s) on our lineup and are trying to force us to add channels our customers have not asked us for. AMC Networks wants everyone to pay for all of their networks every month – even if you don’t want them.

If AMC (SD ch 270 and HD ch 1270)  and  IFC (SD ch 274 and HD ch 1274) are black as of January 1, AMC Networks decided to shut down its programming to our members. As a local business, we sincerely appreciate your loyalty and patience as we continue to negotiate for the best possible rate so that we can continue to deliver the best value for you.

AMC Network Contract Negotiations

We are currently in contract discussions with AMC Networks, the parent company of networks such as AMC (SD ch 270 and HD ch 1270)  and  IFC (SD ch 274 and HD ch 1274). They have demanded a rate increase that is almost 350% over last year’s fees – and we don’t believe this is fair and reasonable.  Our existing agreement expires on December 31, 2015. Although we are working to negotiate a fair price for these networks after December 31, AMC Networks may turn off their networks or require us to remove all their channels until a new agreement is secured.


Donation to the American Cancer Society

We recently presented a check to Lauren Nikides and the local chapter of the American Cancer Society.  The $3,055.19 was raised through our Monsterdash 5K Run/walk.


Endeavor honored as 2015 Large Business of the Year

Business of Year Pic 15Endeavor was recognized as the 2015 Large Business of the Year at the annual Owen County Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Corporation (OCCC/ EDC) banquet held October 27. Shown in the picture are Endeavor representatives and OCCC/EDC Executive Director Gwen Tucker and board member Jeff Quyle (far right).

High School Games on Endeavor Channel 3

High School Sports Replays are Back!
OK all of you basketball fans – catch exciting local High School basketball action as we replay the games on Endeavor E-TV Channel 3 AND on ISC Sports Network channel 51.

Replay Schedule – On Endeavor’s E-TV Channel Lineup
E-TV Channel 3:
Jan. 19-24 – Boys: 3 p.m.; Girls: 7:00 p.m.

ISC Sports Network Channel 51:
Jan. 18 – Girls: 7:30 p.m.; Boys: 9:30 p.m. 
Jan. 18
 – Girls: 1:00 p.m.; Boys: 3:00 p.m.
Jan. 20 – Girls: 7:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m.
Jan. 21 – Girls: 8:00 a.m.; Boys: 10:00 a.m.
Jan. 22 – Girls: 5:30 p.m.; Boys: 7:30 p.m.

Don’t forget to visit the Endeavor YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/endeavorcom/videos to watch the games online. Games are posted here after the TV replay.

Atlanta FunFest

We had a great time hanging out in Atlanta!  Thank you to the Town Hall for allowing us to use the Town Park to host our event.

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Endeavor Wireless 4G LTE Now Available !

Our newest service offering, Endeavor E-Wireless, is now available.

Endeavor E-Wireless provides affordable nationwide rate plans over a quality 4G network with enhanced nationwide coverage. We invite you to experience wireless service like never before.

Our new wireless cell phone service provides:

  • Individual and family share plans
  • Unlimited voice and messaging plans
  • Your choice of data plans up to 20GB
  • Variety of popular devices to fit your needs

Questions? Contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable
customer care team members today at 1.800.922.6677.

New Monrovia Director

The Board of Directors appointed Sarah Beth Aubrey as the Director to represent the Monrovia Exchange. Ms. Aubrey began her experience in strategic consulting work 1999 while a Regional Manager with agricultural and food consulting company, Adayana, Inc. Following a career there and in the financial services industry, she started her own consulting firm in 2004 as well as a beef and pork company selling to local restaurants, retailers, and wholesalers. The business was sold in 2008 to accommodate the burgeoning role in consulting and grant writing with a special emphasis in the agricultural and food markets. Today, Ms. Aubrey is acknowledged as an expert in business planning and feasibility study assessment for agricultural concerns, grant preparation, training, and board facilitation. She is a 2011 alumna of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series, a member of the National Speakers Association, and the owner of a Certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) company. In 2012 she was named to Indianapolis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 listing of young professionals to watch and in 2014 she was named to Vance Agricultural Publishing’s 40 under 40 Entrepreneurs in Agriculture.  Peers often nominate Ms. Aubrey for recognition including a nomination in 2015 for MIT’s Women in Clean Energy and in 2014 the Purdue Women in Agriculture Award. She was accepted into the Stanley K. Lacey Executive Leadership Series in 2014 and is a 2010 graduate of the Indiana Agricultural Leadership Program (ALP) where she now volunteers with events and curriculum development. On a quarterly basis, Ms. Aubrey facilitates discussion among a personally selected board of advisors who volunteer their time sharing expertise in agriculture, energy, and development of rural communities. She is also the author of three non-fiction books with over 50,000 copies sold worldwide. Her third book, Find Grant Funding Now! was released December 31, 2013 by Wiley Publishing.
Ms. Aubrey and her husband, Cary, reside in rural Monrovia where they also operate a 30-cow herd of purebred Hereford and Simmental cattle.