As the Ball State Athletics Department and Ball State Sports Link continue their outstanding relationship, the nation's first fully immersive sports media and production program has released a "Best of 2013-14" iPad App.The interactive iPad app continues Sports Link's cross-platform focus on digital sports production featuring video, interactive elements and written pieces.The "Best of" edition digital publication, which is available to download for free from the iTunes store, features award-winning stories on football's Keith Wenning, golf's James Blackwell, swimming's Tanner Barton and the program's studio shows, live remotes and more. Additional digital features include written stories, a "know your cards" page and links to SL's featured video productions from thoughout the year.Link to download on iPad:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sports-link/id585907217?mt=8 or search Ball State Sports Link in the iTunes search option.The Sports Link iPad App, designed by senior Lemuel Young and sophomore Torey Fox, is possible through the Ball State Digital Publishing Studio using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.
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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.
Ball State Sports Link and DSP specializes in multiple areas: live sports TV productions, studio shows, television programs, student-athlete features and webcasts. Other areas of the center include radio, social media and imedia. You can follow SL on Twitter @bsusportslink and see all the student work on Facebook, just search Ball State Sports Link.