Six students from Quinnipiac University headed to Los Angeles to represent Ability Media and Q30 Sports at Super Bowl LVI. Find out who they interviewed and what events they covered below!
A behind-the-scenes look at the Super Bowl LVI Experience, as well as interview athletes and NFL professionals.
Our third and final episode of Coast to Coast Coverage features interviews with industry professionals, NFL players, and more leading up to the big game!
Join Ability Media reporter Santino Maione as he takes us to the USA Wheelchair Football League Championship Game in Los Angeles (Rams vs Chiefs) and interviews players, fans, and more about their experiences.
With only three days left until the big game, fans are ecstatic to see which team will take home the victory. Yet, somethings sports fans might not necessarily think about it how accessible SoFi Stadium is for those who are handicapped. Vanessa Blasi took a closer look.
The Los Angeles Rams put the town of Thousand Oaks on the map. What does the team have to say about the support from Thousand Oaks? Find out from reporter Lo Yarnall for Q30 Sports.
Santino Maione covers Snoop Dogg's Stars and Stripes Flag Football Charity Event, interviewing HOF QB Kurt Warner, former ESPN sports personality Kenny Mayne, former NFL linebacker Chris Draft, among others.
Live from media week in Los Angeles, Lo Yarnall speaks to Zion Clark, a wrestler and actor — among many other things.
Santino Maione takes us up-close with Pat McAfee to learn about his time in the NFL, his relationship with Aaron Rodgers, and his personal relationship with each of his fans.
NFL insiders react to recent allegations from head coaches Brian Flores and Hue Jackson that they were offered money from ownership to intentionally lose games. **CORRECTION: Brian Flores said Dolphins owner Stephen Ross offered him $100K per loss, not $1K
SoFi Stadium invited media to try samplings of food they'll serve at the Super Bowl. Vanessa Blasi and Lo Yarnall take a closer look.
Vanessa Blasi reports on Super Bowl LVI's movie poster advertisement campaign, where specialized posters were placed around Los Angeles Live and the Super Bowl Experience.
Join Q30 reporter, Lo Yarnall, as she takes us through the Super Bowl LVI Experience.
We take ESPN's "Zach Lowe's Ten Things" and put our own twist on it, asking our reporters what their top three things are for Super Bowl Press Week. Vanessa Blasi goes second, breaking down her favorite experiences in L.A. so far.
We take ESPN's "Zach Lowe's Ten Things" and put our own twist on it, asking our reporters what their top three things are for Super Bowl Press Week. Lo Yarnall goes first, breaking down her favorite experiences in L.A. so far.
The Pepsi Super Bowl LVI halftime show included deaf American Sign Language (ASL) artists for the first time in Super Bowl history.
In a partnership between Ability Media, Q30 Television and Quinnipiac University in Los Angeles, the students are covering the various events and celebrations leading up to the big game — and talking directly to Super Bowl MVPs and industry leaders.
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