Many Among IndyCar TV Crew Launched Careers at Ball State

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]his past September, Bryan Mattingly, ’91, took advantage of a unique opportunity to capture a portrait of Ball State alumni at work. Mattingly was in Sonoma, Calif., preparing for his job as technical director of the Verizon IndyCar Series “a couple days before the season finale and championship race,” he recalled. “I realized that we […]

Producing a Successful TV Career, One Reality Hit At a Time

Telecommunications alumnus Dwight Smith shares successes in the entertainment industry, producing well-known reality TV shows in Hollywood.

24 Hours at Ball State

Student videographer captured a 24-hour slice of life at Ball State in a video that shows campus activity at all hours of the day and night.

Budding Sports Journalists Get Advice from ESPN Anchor John Anderson

SportsCenter’s John Anderson visited Ball State to speak to students and share his knowledge of the media industry and career in sports journalism.

Students’ Social Media Content Helps Power March Madness

Sports Link students partner with NCAA’s March Madness to support social media efforts during the tournaments, curating millions of social impressions.

Students Capture America’s Pastime

Aspiring professional sports journalists cover baseball’s spring training for the Grapefruit League, gaining valuable experience in the field.

Lecturer’s Book Gives Native American Tribes’ Untold Stories Their Due

Telecommunications lecturer Chris Flook mines scholarly research at Ball State and elsewhere to produce “Native Americans of East-Central Indiana.”