MIAC MEDIA

MIAC MEDIA: | MIAC WEEKLY PODCAST | BLOG | VIDEOS | PHOTOS |

SOCIAL MEDIA: | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | YOUTUBE | MEMBERS |

MORE COVERAGE: | MIAC WEB SITE | FEATURE STORIES | PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS |


About MIAC Media

MIAC Media is an online initiative devoted to providing additional opportunities for the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) and its community to connect online. Launched in January 2013, MIAC Media's aim is to provide supplemental multimedia coverage of the conference to help fuel the conference's passionate fan base, which is among the most loyal and dedicated in NCAA Division III. The three main MIAC Media initiatives are a blog, podcast and video series, that hope to give fans a closer look at the conference beyond the already-established online and social media efforts on the MIAC athletics home page.

The MIAC Weekly Podcast is hosted by Mike Gallagher, a former Augsburg student-athlete, KFAN 100.3 FM employee, and a MIAC broadcasting veteran. Each week, Gallagher examines the top stories in the conference and provides interviews to help fans get to know the coaches, student-athletes and administrators from around the league. 

The MIAC Media blog, authored by MIAC Assistant Executive Director Matt Higgins, offers a more conversational and "behind-the-scenes" written outlet, in addition to analysis, opinion and a chance for readers to join the conversation in the "comments" section. MIAC Media also extends to video on the conference's YouTube channel, with videos helping to bring the MIAC's games, events, student-athletes, coaches and moments to life.

Perhaps the greatest hope is that MIAC Media offers fans a greater opporunity to feel connected to the conferece, with numerous ways to join the conversations. Do you ave a question you'd like answered on the blog or podcast? Is there a specific coach or student-athlete you'd like to see interviewed? Is there a great story that deserves more coverage? Let us know. Feel free to write us on Facebook or Twitter, or send us an e-mail. We're excited to give the passionate MIAC community more ways to follow and interact with the conference, and hope your voices can help us take another step forward in our promotional efforts.