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.