CM Produced Show for
ESPN Black History
Bob Jones Award
Television Production Completed for
Upcoming Content for
the U.S. Open Golf
Upcoming Content for the U.S. Open
Cowen Media will produce timely stories and USGA centric content on-site at the 113th U.S. Open Golf Championship. Creative vignettes will "air" on USOPEN.com and USGA.org. Working inside and outside the ropes plus overhead (we recorded aerial video as well), CM will coordinate and create and "All Access" look at the USGA and our National Championship.
Cowen Media's production for EA SPORTS, ranging from a one-hour syndicated television production featuring the TIGER WOODS PGA TOUR 13 video game to a four-part series on ESPN about the making of NCAA College Football 13 have received both critical acclaim and been credited by the game's creators with significantly enhancing brand awareness.
Television Production Completed
for EA SPORTS
Bob Jones Award Mini-Documentary Finalized
For the 18th consecutive year, Cowen Media produced a mini-documentary about the winner of the Bob Jones Award, the USGA's most prestigious honor. This year's recipient was long-time PGA TOUR star, Davis Love III. The video featured Love's sportsmanship, generosity, and respect for the game, elements he has exhibited for more than 2 decades.
CM Produced Show for ESPN
Black History Month Celebration
Cowen Media produced Third and a Mile: The Trials and Triumphs of the Black Quarterback. This hour long documentary aired on ESPN2 and ESPN Classic in celebration of Black History Month in conjunction with a book by the same title published by ESPN. The show, which was hosted by New York Times columnist William C. Rhoden, who also wrote the book, detailed the struggles of African Americans obtaining acceptance at the quarterback position in the National Football League. Some of the quarterbacks featured were: James Harris, Marlin Briscoe, Doug Williams, and Warren Moon.
Maui Invitational Basketball Tournament
For 23 consecutive years, Cowen Media oversees all television and digital video production emanating from the most significant annual pre-season college basketball tournament. All 12 games from the island of Maui are televised on the ESPN family of networks, totaling more than 25 hours of programming.