Posted in Sports Link News Storytelling

Now What? Sports Stopped, But Storytelling Still Wins

I arrived back in Muncie, Indiana and to the campus of Ball State University with my colleagues and 12 students Monday, March 9 at about…

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Posted in Sports Link News

Transatlantic Storytelling: Sports Link Goes To Wales

Twelve students from Ball State’s Sports Link program, along with directors Chris Taylor, Alex Kartman and Brad Dailey, will travel to the United Kingdom this…

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Posted in National Sports Storytelling

Life Is Great, Football Is Better

By: Adrian Jarding Those words in the title were from the newest member in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and former NFL Films President,…

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Turning To Wooden (Again) In 2020

New decade.¬† Same Goals. When you’ve done this for 10 years, you don’t have to re-create the wheel, just give it some fresh air and…

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Posted in Sports Link News

2019 Sports Link Year In Review

As we welcome 2020 and a new decade, it’s important to look back on an incredible 2019 for the national leader in digital sports production…

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Dear @BallState: A Letter From Wales

Dear Ball State, I recently visited your wonderful university and wanted to make a record of my time on campus, we did so much in…

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Dialed In: @BallStateFB’s Jacob White

BY CLAY BRYCE | Ball State Sports Link Determination and hard work push many people to reach their desires. For Jacob White, this is the…

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“The Journey” Producer To Visit Sports Link

Bill Friedman, the coordinating producer of the National Emmy-nominated series The Journey¬†on the Big Ten Network, will visit campus Sept. 16 for a workshop with…

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