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Flashback Friday: Sports Media Guide

by Brigitte Galauner on 2021-11-05T10:00:00-04:00 in Using Pfeiffer Library | Comments

As fall sports continue at Tiffin University, you have probably seen several social media posts, newspaper articles, and other marketing items related to TU athletics.  Tiffin University takes pride in their sports teams, and they make sure that the community knows it!

Every academic year, the campus creates flyers and programs for the upcoming season.  This program from 1994 (photos below) is an example of one of these programs.  While most sports programs contain basic information like a team roster and game schedule, this program is unique because it is also a "media guide."  This means that the program includes a list of media outlets that cover university sporting events.  This is valuable information for spectators in the event that they cannot attend a live game.  It allows them to participate through other means and makes sporting events more inclusive.

This program shows how much the campus cared about athletics in the 1990s, and that has certainly not changed today!  We hope that you will continue to support our Dragons as they conclude their current season.


Cover Page, Tiffin University 1994 Media Guide

1994 media guide cover page

This is the cover page of the 1994 media guide.  The cover focuses on the men's soccer team, but the program contains information on other TU sports teams.  Other teams covered in this program include volleyball, cheerleading, and women's soccer.


Dragons Season Preview, 1994

dragons seasons preview page

This page provides a preview of the upcoming season for the men's soccer team.  It contains commentary from the coaches and a review of the team's 1993 performance.


Dragon Media Coverage Page

media coverage info page

This page of the guide provides readers with many ways they can tune in to TU sporting events.  The media outlets listed include newspapers, radio stations, and television channels.  It also includes locations from all over the state, such as Columbus, Toledo, and Cleveland.  In some ways, you can get game coverage no matter where you are in Ohio!

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