Good morning, 12s.
Here’s a look at what’s ‘out there’ for today – Friday, July 11 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
Golden Matrix Award: Best Intro Video
Every year the Information Display and Entertainment Association (IDEA) hosts an industry-wide conference to bring together their members and discuss topics of relevance to game presentation. Our team, specifically our game presentation department, is considered an active member of the association because of their day-to-day management of all segments of game and event presentation on a given Seahawks gameday.
At this year’s conference in San Diego, California, the Seahawks game presentation team took home some hardware, winning the Golden Matrix Award for ‘Best Intro Video’ in all of sports. Atop the deck of the USS Midway, the team’s video was screened prior to winning the award. All IDEA members had a say when voting for the collection of Golden Matrix Awards.
Seahawks Assistant Director of Game Entertainment and Production Service Madeline Down was quoted, “It’s an honor to be recognized by our peers for a Show Open Video. The video was inspired by the power of the noise 12s bring every gameday, making CenturyLink Field the most foreboding home field in the NFL. We are humbled by our fan’s support every day and are excited to show this year’s new concept at the home opener on September 8.”
Down was dedicated to the production of the 2018 intro video, but she was not alone on the journey. Two other key staffers involved in the award-winning video were Seahawks lead video editor Chase Decker and video coordinator Joseph Lipsen. As Down mentioned in the above quote, keep an eye out this season for a new concept present in the 2019 intro video.
Social Post Of The Day
Today’s ‘Social Post of the Day’ comes from the twitter account of the Seattle Storm, which posted a picture from the ESPY Awards of two of Seattle’s power couples, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and Ciara, and Storm guard Sue Bird and Reign FC winger/US National Team star Megan Rapinoe.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, we continue looking at the top storylines heading into training camp with a story on why the Seahawks expect special teams to be a strength in 2019.
Over at 710sports.com, a recap of 710 ESPN Seattle’s conversation about tight end Will Dissly, the No. 10 player on their countdown of the most intriguing Seahawks heading into 2019.
NFL.com offers a training camp preview of the NFC West.
The Athletic’ Michael-Shawn Dugar continues his countdown of players who need to make a jump in 2019 with safety Bradley McDougald.
Time Travel With TuneIn
Re-live the Seahawks’ 2005 win over the New York Giants on the Seahawks channel using TuneIn. Every week throughout the offseason we will be streaming a throwback broadcast on the app. Next week’s show will be the Seahawks’ win over the Arizona Cardinals in 2014, otherwise known as ‘Beast Quake 2.0.’ Download TuneIn here.