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Sports Media Major

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Sports Media Production

From day one, Butler's Sports Media program offers wide-ranging opportunities to participate in our student-led, multi-platform sports media outlet—BU:30, produce live streams of Butler Athletics, and build your professional network through Butler’s sports industry connections. Read what led first-year students Marisa Miller and Abby Paragon to choose Butler's Sports Media program.

Students in the Sports Media program have the opportunity to be involved in producing Butler sports webcasts in football, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball as well as women's basketball that air for free on Students from all class standings are invited and encouraged to participate in the sports webcasts. Students will also have the opportunity to work on the in-house video board production during events at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Some of the positions that are involved with the production of these events include:

  • Play-By-Pay Announcer
  • Color Analyst
  • Producer
  • Director
  • Graphics
  • Instant Replay
  • Camera

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Indy Blue Radio

Any student can work for the campus radio station Indy Blue Radio, providing play-by-play coverage of several Butler sports. Some of the games are simulcast on the website. Indy Blue Radio students, from first year to senior level, have the ability to broadcast Butler football, basketball, volleyball and soccer and baseball games live. Indy Blue Radio also gives students the opportunity to produce high-quality talk shows commentating on local, national and Butler sports including weekly interviews with athletes and sports professionals.

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The Butler Collegian

Any student can apply to work for The Butler Collegian, an independent student media outlet with print and online products covering Butler University. Sports journalism is among the many opportunities for students.

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