This is Texas Tech

An Adobe Spark story compiled and produced by Paige Holland and Jody Roginson (2017) for Texas Tech Athletics.

Podcasts

A series of podcasts, published from 2016-17, by Harper Anderson, Ph.D. student at Texas Tech.

Feature Writing

An example of long-form feature writing (2015) by graduate student, Cara Vandergriff.

Student Projects

Below are various examples listed by sports media project title and/or author, along with the date of completion of the work.
  • Student Group Project from PR 4301 (Spring 2017)

    During a combination RaiderComm PR (the student-run PR firm) and Sports Information and Production class group effort, here is a website built for one of the firm's clients, high jumper, JaCorian Duffield. Student group members included Katelyn Kim, Jack Ciampi, Margie Olivares, and Emma Adams. (Many of the photos used on the site were shot by Ms. Adams.)

    SPORT CELEBRITY WEBSITE for JaCorian Duffield, world-class high jumper and Nike professional athlete
  • Student Team Project from PR 4301 (Spring 2017)

    After earning media credentials to attend an April "Pro Day" that was held on campus, undergraduate students Casey Montalvo and Brandon Medina created these sports media projects:

    NFL PRO DAY sports media. (Several components are hosted on a single Adobe Sparks page.)
  • Student Individual Project from PR 4301 (Spring 2017)

    During the spring of 2017, undergraduate student Haley Schukei developed these sports media projects in celebration of her passion sport, cheerleading:

    TEXAS TECH CHEER sports media.

    (Several components are hosted on a Wix website, also built by Haley Schukei.)
  • Project-based Learning (2017) by Tyler Arnold

    Students in Sports PR 3354 learn basics of web design as they complete various assignments throughout the semester hosted on their own sport organization's website. Tyler Arnold's project during the fall of 2017 earned "Best of the Best" honors from among several worthy candidates.

    LINK TO THE SITE
  • A Strategic Communication Plan Example (2017) by James Bingaman

    Click the link for an example of strategic communication work done on behalf of a sport organization during graduate study.

    LINK TO THE PLAN
  • What's a Bunt Really Worth? (2016) by Brandon Jaramillo

    An independent study project on baseball statistics and explainer video production by Brandon Jaramillo (2016).

    SPORTS STATS STORY LINK
  • A Stock Photo Gallery (2018) by Marie Jones

    Marie Jones demonstrates how to shoot stock-imagery for a specific sport organization's use.

    LINK TO THE GALLERY
  • More than a Game (2017) by Preston Jordan

    In this moving, personal story, Preston Jordan chronicles several father/son golf stories as he shares his own.

    LINK TO THE STORY
  • Just Play It Loud (2016) by Trey Love

    A database project researched and compiled by Preston Love III, TTU graduate student (2016) intended to help press-box workers determine an appropriate list for venues from more than 50 years of pop music.

    MUSIC PROJECT LINK
  • Women as Olympians (2017) an equestrian story by Susanna-Elise Neidhardt

    Using a project to investigate more about the world's only truly co-ed sports competition, Susanna-Elise Neidhardt uncovered a story that begs the question: Why haven't we seen this movie?

    LINK TO THE STORY
  • Graphic Design as Storytelling in Sports Media (2017) by Wes Peters

    Not all stories require a long-form word-based approach. Follow the link for a visual feast of the history of football uniforms.

    LINK TO THE SITE

    Podcasting in Sports Media (2019) by Wes Peters

    The True Sports series of podcasts was created during spring 2019.

    LINK TO iTunes
  • A Video-based Story (2018) by Eric Ranco

    One student's story of his pick for the greatest back-up quarterback in the NFL.

    LINK TO THE VIDEO
  • The NFL Catch video (2017) by Tanner Warmoth

    Confused about exactly what constitutes a catch the NFL? Let Tanner Warmoth's video clear a few things up for you.

    LINK TO YOUTUBE
  • A Minnesota Vikings Story (2017) by Maurice Washington

    One student's story of his families' connection to the NFL franchise. Who says long-form writing is a thing of the past?

    LINK TO THE STORY