Ball State Sports Link, in partnership with Cardiff Met Sport Broadcast, will present its feature-length documentary with a world digital premiere June 30.
Following the June 30 premiere of the feature-length Transatlantic Storytelling documentary, the seven individual stories are now available as individual stories to watch and share.
In those moments, I knew that this trip was special. I knew that I would never forget it. I knew the friendships I had made and bonds I had created were going to last a lifetime, but I wasn’t ready to leave them yet.
In advance of Tuesday’s digital world premiere of Transatlantic Storytelling 2020, Zach Roy joins The Natter podcast.
The June 30 premiere of the Transatlantic Storytelling documentary continued to receive national attention in the United States, this time on ESPN Radio Friday.
We were told that rain was a staple in Welsh culture, but the day we landed the sun was bright, perhaps signaling the experience that lay ahead.
Coming into Ball State as a member of Sports Link, there was always talk about heading over to Cardiff, Wales.
The project started in December for us students as with Skype calls between all students and staff from the two courses, Sports Broadcast and Ball State’s Sports Link program.
My dad always told me that whenever I had the opportunity to travel to the UK, to drink tea, because that’s just what they do! This was my chance.
I am not sure if the United Kingdom operates under a special kind of daily clock? It must be one that isn’t a full 24 hours.
Ball State Sports Link student producer Jordan Nemeth shares several photo memories from the trip to Wales.
While there were many moments in Wales, Sports Link’s Zach Roy blogs about one specific moment he will always remember.
Here’s all the links you need to watch today’s digital world premiere of Transatlantic Storytelling.
Ball State Sports Link student producer Ryan Klimcak shares some of his many frames from the trip to Wales.
Being able to travel to UK, the home of football, felt like a pilgrimage and going to the Cardiff City match felt like going into a cathedral of worship.
Jodie Daniels was our private tour guide when our Transatlantic Storytelling crew visited Cardiff Castle earlier this year.
When Sports Link announced the opportunity to travel to Cardiff for our Transatlantic Storytelling project, I had no idea that it would turn into the best trip of my life.
Sports Link’s Jared Frank blogs about making the most of his 10 days on the ground in Wales as part of the Transatlantic Storytelling project.
Wales and Cardiff Metropolitan University netballer Lydia Hitchings catches up with Cardiff Met Sport TV’s Gethin Stedman.
In Wales, the culture around you is tangible, with a castle serving as the center of Cardiff and every street sign conveying two languages.
As the postproduction continues for our Transatlantic Storytelling documentary, Sam Gordon vlogs from Cardiff.
Sports Link’s Tristan Russell writes about the 2000-year old history in Wales and his visit to Cardiff Castle.
ESPN senior features producer and filmmaker Martin Khodabakhshian joined the Transatlantic Storytelling virtual class April 22.
Ball State Sports Link student producer Michael Garbarz shares some of his many frames from the trip to Wales.
Sports Link’s Olivia Jansen blogs on how special the trip to Cardiff was before returning home to a global pandemic.
Ball State Sports Link’s Alex Kartman shares these photos of the Welsh culture, landscapes and food.
Ball State Sports Link student producer Faith Denig shares a few of her many photos from the trip to Wales.
Our teams at Ball State and at Cardiff Met are excited to welcome you to the official Transatlantic Storytelling website.
Sports Link Assistant Director Brad Dailey shares this epic collection of photos from the trip to Cardiff.
In the Welsh language we have a word called “Hiraeth”. It doesn’t have a direct English translation but it basically means a longing for something, someone or somewhere.
I have always wanted to study abroad but never really thought it was a possibility for me and I did not think it fit with my major. I was very wrong to think this, however.
Towards the end of February, I received an email from Chris Taylor and Jared Frank at Ball State University.
Cardiff Met students Dafyyd Duggan and Robert Wheeler host this podcast featuring Ball State students.
Ball State Sports Link student producer Seena Greiwe shares some of her most memorable photos from the trip to Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Met student Rhod Wills captured the team’s epic hike up Pan y Fen Mountain in South Wales with his GoPro.
Ball State Sports Link student producer Dylan Thompson shares some of his favorite frames from the trip to Cardiff, Wales.
Ball State Sports Link student producer Olivia Jansen shares some of her most memorable photos from the trip to Cardiff, Wales.
Chris Taylor writes about the trip and returning to campus amid a global pandemic with stories to produce.
Twelve students from Ball State’s Sports Link program traveled to the United Kingdom this semester.
A collection of photos from Ball State Sports Link’s 12-day trip to Cardiff, Wales.
Sam Gordon is the fastest man in Wales, owning multiple records and sprinting towards the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Jenny Nesbitt represents Great Britain and Wales as a talented distance runner on the track, road and cross country.
Will Godwin is a student at Cardiff Met, who started his athletic career as a triathlete and rower until two freak accidents changed his life.
A former elite Rugby player, Harrison Walsh is now a world-record holding thrower aiming for Tokyo 2021.
Dr. Christian Edwards is the men’s soccer coach at Cardiff Met and guided his team to the 2019 UEFA Europa League.
Sam Pearce is a student at Cardiff Met, captain of the cricket team and on the verge of a professional career.
Lydia Hitchings is a professional netball player with a goal of playing in the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Joe Towns is the Sport Broadcast Program Director & Senior Lecturer at Cardiff Met University.
Peter Jackson is a veteran sports journalist who has been writing about sport in the United Kingdom for over 50 years.