October 2, 2022

Maryland Wins SVG College Sports Media Award For Outstanding Special Feature

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland Athletics won the Sports Video Group (SVG) College Sports Media Award for Outstanding Special Feature in the Collegiate Division for the production of 34: Len Bias Documentary as announced on Monday night in Atlanta. The documentary was produced and edited by Mike Farrell Associate Athletic Director of the Broadcast & Production. 

The Broadcast & Production department in Maryland Athletics recently earned 13 national and regional nominations from Sports Video Group (SVG) and National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA); and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter. 

  

The Len Bias Documentary ’34’ about the Hall of Fame Maryland legend was nominated for awards by both agencies for SVG’s Outstanding Special Feature, Collegiate Athletics and the Capital Emmy for Sports – One-Time Special. The Bias documentary was one of six Terrapin Club+ shows nominated. Joining it on the nomination lists are: The Wizard: A Walt Williams Documentary; Game Changers | Bill McGlone; Game Changers | Michael Locksley & Mental Health; HOME | Darryl Morsell and Season 2 of Unlocked | A Maryland Football Documentary Series. 

 

 The winners of the Capital Emmys will be announced 64th Emmy Awards Gala on June 25th at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Bethesda, Md.

 

SVG Award Winner for Outstanding Special Feature, Collegiate Athletics





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