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#SLSummerSchool: Sports Link Visits High Schools

Ball State Sports Link and Digital Sports Production is in the midst of a seven-stop high school tour this summer, conducting Sports Link satellite camps across the state of Indiana.

The satellite camps, led by Chris Taylor and Alex Kartman, are in preparation for the first high school digital sports production summer camp on the Ball State campus in 2017.

In 2016, the “phase one” satellite camps will visit with a total of seven high schools with programming specific to the school’s sports radio/tv/media students and advisers.

The programming will range from a general introduction, to storytelling to live sports production.  All stops will include a “best practices for college” Q&A.

In addition, Taylor will present at the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters Advisers Conference July 13 in Indianapolis.  The presentation will assist high school advisers in creating cross-platform live sports production techniques and class work.


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June 2016
Guerin Catholic H.S.
in Carmel, Ind.

July 2016
Warren Central H.S.
in Indianpolis, Ind.

Carmel H.S. with Pendleton Heights H.S.
in Carmel, Ind.

August 2016
Homestead H.S.
in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Wes-Del H.S.
in Gaston, Ind.

For more information on the 2017 Sports Link/Digital Sports Production Camp to be held on the campus of Ball State University, please use the following form:

 

About Chris Taylor (78 Articles)
Senior Director of Digital Sports Production & Lecturer of Telecommunications | 2017 Recipient of SVG College Sports Summit Pioneer Award | Storyteller | Producer | Emmy Award Winner | Sports Media Junkie | Social Media Strategist | Country Music Enthusiast | Goldendoodle Owner | Follow me on Twitter @BallStateCT

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