Ball State Sports Link: Jamill Smith
Ball State wide receiver Jamill Smith has been called a lot of things. Too short. Too small. Not a Division 1 athlete.
Ball State Sports Link's Pat Boylan and Joe Sailer have the story on the new title Smith is earning in his hometown of Muncie.
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During the semester, students will produce a broad range of media from live remote productions, live-to-tape events, television programs (WIPB-TV, Comcast Indiana, ESPN Networks, Fox Sports Net, Cardinal Vision 57), student-athlete features and webcasts. Other facets of the immersion program include radio, newspapers, podcasts and the use of mobile technology and interactivity via the web.To maintain a focus on cross-platform promotion, students repackage the feature stories they create for local use at Ball State and send them to local news stations and outlets in the hometown of the featured player—on any platform the station may require.