Recent Posts tagged with Ball State University

SVG College Summit: Ball State’s Chris Taylor on the Program’s Dedication to Esports

When it comes to traversing unproven ground in video production, Ball State University is normally at the forefront of new initiatives. Ball State Sports Link, the university’s student-run sports program, is the program that is continuing to push the envelope. At the 2019 SVG College Summit, Director of Digital Brandon Costa caught up with Chris […]  More

SVG College Sports Summit: Six Presentations on How To Recruit, Train, and Manage Student Video Crews

Any video department within a university athletic department will attest to it: their most valuable asset is their student crews. Without students, most of what these departments do would not be possible, but properly utilizing student work can be one of the most challenging parts of the job. At the SVG College Sports, the Sports Video Group […]  More

Venue News: Calgary Flames Unveil Arena Plan; Cincinnati Bengals Join NFL Push to Upgrade Video

The Calgary Flames won’t play in the Saddledome much longer if their proposed $890 million hockey arena and associated fieldhouse/stadium gets built, writes Sports Illustrated. During a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Flames CEO Ken King showed off the massive project which includes a new 18,000-seat NHL arena that would be built in conjunction with […]  More

Content Creators Connect, Educate at SVG College: Indiana

It was a day full of idea-sharing, networking, and learning when more than 60 industry professionals and students gathered last Wednesday for the latest in the SVG College regional-event series, SVG College: Indiana. The event included a series of informative panels and an in-depth tour of Ball State’s impressive media and communications facility.   More

Ball State Students Power the Social Heartbeat of March Madness Live

Ball State University is creating its own NCAA Tournament dynasty; this one, though, is off the court. For the fourth straight year, students from the school’s Ball State Sports Link — an immersive learning experience for digital sports production — will play a major role in the operations of the NCAA’s, Turner Sports’, and CBS’s […]  More

Campus Clips: Pac-12 Networks Secures San Francisco Headquarters; The Mtn. Debuts Women’s Basketball Weekly

Pac-12 Enterprises has found its headquarters in San Francisco after signing an 11-year, multi-floor lease with Kilroy Realty Corporation at 370 Third Street in the South of Market District. The new space, in the technology-rich SOMA district, will serve as the headquarters and operations hub for the new Pac-12 Networks, the Pac-12 Digital Network and […]  More

CSVS 2011: SIDs Advise Baby Steps When Getting Into Video

Mark Kwolek, associate director of athletic public relations/director of new media at the University of Richmond, had one piece of advice for athletic departments looking to leap into video production: “Start simple.” At SVG’s College Sports Video Summit in Atlanta this week, Kwolek joined other current and former sports information directors on a panel titled […]  More

Ball State Sports Link Expands into Radio

Ball State Sports Link, the nation’s first fully-immersive sports media and production program, has partnered with WCRD 91.3 FM, effective Feb. 1. Ball State Sports Link provides daily BSU sports coverage and production across many platforms, including television, radio, online, and mobile outlets. The new partnership now brings official “Sports Link Radio on WCRD” coverage […]  More

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