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The IGL and CSB Reunite!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Dateline: Philadelphia, PA FridayFebruary 19th, 2016
Source: Philadelphia’s Newest Professional Football Team
Contacts: Joe Krause 215-740-4354, 267-261-3428

Indoor Gridiron League, Pro Stars, and The Connecticut School of Broadcasting (Cherry Hill NJ campus) come to a mutual agreement for 2016!
Philadelphia’s Newest Professional Football Team, The Philadelphia Yellow Jackets in partnership with The IGL – Indoor Gridiron League continue building their brand with the retention of video services provided by the top broadcast school in the country, the Connecticut School of Broadcasting.

LEAGUE HISTORY

The IGL – Indoor Gridiron League is a Developmental Indoor Football league, which is owned by JAKIB Media Partners and operates as a developmental league to help athletes pursues their dreams of playing professional football. In 2012, the IGL entered into a partnership with the Philadelphia Soul & the league has utilized the partnership with the Arena Football League’s Philadelphia Soul, making the league the first minor indoor league to be sponsored by a professional team. The Soul Partnership was extended into the 2013 Season. The IGL would then expand in partnership with AFL China, while also heavily supporting the Inaugural Army Veterans vs. Navy Veterans Arena Football Game in 2013 & 2014.

CSB and the IGL rekindle the IGL Weekly and more!

CSB (Cherry Hill campus) produced IGL film favorites such as the “IGL Weekly” which was then broadcast on Philadelphia 51 during the 2013 season. CSB provides the top teaching facilities in the country for developing broadcasters, editors, and directors in the broadcast industry and is a perfect fit once again with the IGL!

“CSB will be filming all the IGL games for 2016” stated IGL Commissioner Adam Turkel. He then continued “we are discussing live streaming all IGL games and the possibilities of broadcasting Pro Stars games live. We will also be revisiting the IGL weekly for 2016 which excites me the most” Turkel finished.

“It’s a perfect fit” stated Brian “Fishman” Fish whom is the head of the IGL productions as well as serving as campus coordinator for CSB on the Cherry Hill Campus.
“Developing players need film, and to learn how to do interviews and such. Student camera men need to take film. Student broadcasters need games to broadcast and post game interviews to do in order to learn their trade. Editors need film to edit. We are very excited to be reuniting with the IGL” Mr. Fish concluded.

Be sure to keep your eyes on CSB and the IGL doing great productions together!

CSB and the IGL….. Making it happen!