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Step Up - As told by Chance the Rapper




For the 2016 season, the Chicago White Sox were looking for a way to illustrate the  bond of hard work and determination that unites the team with fans from all backgrounds and nationalities.  Using a unique array of original and archival footage, we teamed up with the acclaimed recording artist Chance the Rapper to produce 'Step Up', which served as the White Sox opening 'hype' video for the 2016 season.



National Sports Emmy Nominee



As White Sox star Paul Konerko was retiring after 16 seasons with the team, he wanted a special way to thank fans.  Konerko chose 312 Media to produce a video enapsulating his approach to the game along with the memories compiled over a decade and half on the Southside of Chicago.   The video became an instant hit with fans and also garnered a National Sports Emmy nomination in the category of 'Outstanding New Approaches'.

Anyone who has played competitive basketball has dreamed of hitting a buzzer-beating shot to win a championship. And in the final of the 2013 CIT postseason tournament, that opportunity presented itself to the East Carolina basketball team.


This unique look at the final seconds of that game breaks down both the physical and emotional aspects of the rare occasion when a championship hangs in the balance as the buzzer sounds.  Despite showcasing an unheralded team, the video drew widespread critical acclaim and also earned a National Sports Emmy nomination in the category of 'Outstanding New Approaches'.



National Sports Emmy Nominee



Travis Bader came to Oakland University with no other offers to play college basketball. He left as the NCAA all-time leader in three-pointers. Here's how it happened.




Emmy Nominee - Best Sports Feature



All-Access NYC College Basketball


Emmy Winner - Best Sports Series



Our Emmy award winning series looking at three highly successful, yet under-the-radar programs in New York City.


Offseason Training with Stephen Curry





Go all-access with NBA superstar Stephen Curry to see how he prepares during the offseason in his hometown of Charlotte, N.C..


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