From IU athletics:
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – “Hoosier Rising: The Past and Present of Indiana University Basketball”, a new Officially Licensed DVD chronicling the spectacular history of Indiana University basketball is now available for sale to the general public. The DVD was produced by Ideogram Media in cooperation with IU Athletics, and features never before seen footage of the greatest moments in IU basketball history and exclusive interviews with IU basketball luminaries such as Randy Wittman, Steve Alford, Keith Smart, Jared Jeffries, Bobby “Slick” Leonard, Brian Evans and many more. Hosted by IU legend John Laskowski, this officially licensed product can be purchased online at www.traditionofsports.comfor $29.95 and will be available in the IU Varsity Shop and the IU Bookstore for the final two home men’s basketball games.
“This DVD is pure unadulterated joy for fans of IU basketball,” said Assistant Athletic Director for Broadcast Services Jeremy Gray. “The footage of our greatest players and teams is tremendous and it tells the incredible story of our program in a uniquely exciting and moving way.”
The DVD tells the incredible story of IU basketball from the program’s beginning through the present day, while an expert panel ranks the 25 greatest players and the 10 greatest teams in IU basketball history.
“Ideogram Media is thrilled to team with IU Athletics to produce a DVD that chronicles the passion of the fans, the character and talent of the teams and the tradition of winning that personifies Hoosier basketball,” said Managing Director Steve Nesbit.
See clips from the DVD by following @HoosierRising on twitter.
Ideogram Media, LLC. www.ideogrammedia.com is a next generation media company that brings two decades of expertise in developing and producing content along with associated marketing and revenue generation strategies. Ideogram is presently focusing in the area of sports documentaries for our collegiate partners while celebrating the heritage, excitement and tradition of sports. The company’s headquarters are in Dallas, Texas and its production facilities and team are in New York City.
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