Exploring Faith in Sports: Creative Media Industries Institute at GSU in Production of New Television Series

Left to Right: Tony Dungy, Stephen Bransford and James Brown. (AWMI photo)

The 13-episode series is conceived for Sunday morning fare and will feature pro-athlete interviews and analysis.

The 13-episode series is conceived for Sunday morning fare and will feature pro-athlete interviews and analysis by these veteran co-hosts.”

— Press Release

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, January 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Georgia State University and its Creative Media Industries will have a rare opportunity to participate in the production of a new television series hosted by sports commentators Tony Dungy and “JB,” James Brown on February 1-2.

Two-time Super Bowl champion athlete and a coach Tony Dungy is the author of several books on faith and family, as well as an analyst on NBC’s Football Night in America. James Brown, also well-known in the sports industry, is host of “The James Brown Show”, “The NFL Today”, and “Thursday Night Football “on CBS and the NFL Network.

The 13-episode series, “Beyond the Game,” is conceived for Sunday morning fare and will feature athlete interviews and analysis by these veteran co-hosts.
Produced in cooperation with Andrew Wommack Ministries, Inc., headquartered in Woodland Park, Colorado, initial interviews are scheduled January 24-February 2 around the 2019 Pro Bowl and Super Bowl events, where the best athletes in professional football will be gathered.

Andrew Wommack Ministries is an international teaching ministry, founded by Andrew Wommack. Andrew and his team present biblical insights for everyday living through conferences, in churches, on radio, and on television, as well as developing materials to help people understand their spiritual identity. www.awmi.net.

For more information, please contact Public Relations at PublicRelations@awmcharis.com or call 719.464.5619.

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Source: EIN Presswire