Ball State Sports Link: “Out of the Shadows” – Episode 4

Ball State Sports Link, an immersive learning production, debuts Episode 4 of its, behind-the-scenes, all-access series “Out of the Shadows: Ball State Men’s Basketball”.

Episode 4 introduces you to Muncie native Kaleb Mallory, the story of freshman Francis Kiapway and go on the road and inside the locker room as the team opens Mid-American Conference play.

The series will air locally on WIPB-TV in Muncie, across the state on Indiana Comcast 81 and nationally on Fox College Sports.

Ball State head coach James Whitford has granted Sports Link exclusive access to the team in 2014-15 including on the bus, in the locker room and team meetings. The series has been expanded to include five, 30-minute episodes this year.

“Ball State Sports Link is a tremendous asset for our university, our athletic department and our basketball program,” Whitford said. “The quality of their work is exceptional, and their professionalism is outstanding. We are excited to once again be part of Out of the Shadows, and we can’t wait to see what this season has in store.”

The “Out of the Shadows” executive production team includes junior Dillon Welch, sophomore Ryan Bickford and freshman Matt Craig. Throughout the season, all students in Ball State Sports Link and those in the new Digital Sports Production track will contribute to the show.

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About Ball State Sports Link and Digital Sports Production:
In 2013, Ball State University is the first school in the nation to offer a degree in Digital Sports Production through the Department of Telecommunications. Digital Sports Production is an interactive learning experience combined with an immersive learning project, Ball State Sports Link.


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