"50 Years of Title IX" One of INSiiGHTS Most Critically Acclaimed Videos as it shows some history on what was transpiring on two Florida institutions as they fought for equality for their female student-athletes.
INSiiGHTS ROKU is up and running. Go to ROKU and type INSiiGHTS into favorites. You will be able to watch all INSiiGHTS programming and live streams.
INSiiGHTS Tallahassee Owned - Globally Known
The ever popular Claflin Men & Women's Indoor Track team has been the most watched episode via #insiightsYouTube as all shows premiere on #insiightsROKU and then on our YouTube channel.
Check out the Claflin Athletic Show on #insiightsYouTube and #insiightsROKU.
INSiiGHTS presents the Maclay boys basketball team. There will be a series if Maclay's boys basketball shown via livestream on insiightsROKU and INSiiGHTS YouTube.
Corie Murray is a graduate of the FAMU School of Journalism with emphasis on the science of Broadcast Journalism. Today's guest former FAMU Men's and Women's Basketball Coach Mickey Clayton, drops in to discuss not only wealth tips that has helped him, but with also health tips for Black men. . He shares his Insiights on life, tells some great stories with FAMU legendary President & gives some real talk to the Brothers. Tune in now! https://blog.feedspot.com/black_wealth_and_investing_podcasts/
INSiiGHTS Most Popular game EVER, with over 12,000 views featured two UNBEATENS battling for supremacy of South Georgia. Both Thomasville High and Brooks County come into the game undefeated & ranked #3 and #6 in Georgia.
This was INSiiGHTS BEST football game to date!
It was a battle of two halves as both unseated teams absolutely refused to quit!
This game lived up to the hype and more.
Dr Arthur Woodard Academic Student of the Week is Deon Fountain of Brooks County with a 3.2 gpa.
INSiiGHTS Magazine is covering an entertainment icon, the program director of 96.1 radio and the voice of the Florida A&M University Marching 100, Joe Bullard. Host Mickey Clayton talks with Joe about his start in radio and what led him to his career choice. He shares some of his most favorite moments in entertainment. As the "Voice of the Marching 100" he shared some of his favorite moments with the Florida A&M University Band.
Ina game where Jacksonville Potter's House visited Tallahassee, they made sure all family and friends who didn't travel to Tallahassee could see the game. They shared the link back to Jacksonville, as we received countless calls and communications from Jacksonville.
It was the most watched football game of the year as The Battle of Rose Garden city was all it was promoted to be. There is the Thomasville COunty school against the Thomasville city school.
Talking about two teams that do NOT get along! This would be it.
This game closes down the city!
We had many transmission issues in our first game back but we thank the Baby Rattlers for inspiring INSiiGHTS to get back in the saddle. Thank you Coach Desir and the Baby Rattlers for your support.
Never underestimate the power of making a good impression because relationships are better than money.
Thank you too, Coach Cherry of Gadsden High, always a gentleman and always a friend.
Joey LamarThu 5:41 PM, Apr 16, 2020
By: Joey Lamar | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
April 16, 2020
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Former Florida A&M men's and women's basketball coach Mickey Clayton started Insiights so kids in the Big Bend area could get the exposure he feels they deserve.
And at not cost to the athlete.
Clayton knows Tallahassee has tons of local talent and he wants everyone to see it.
"To do something with the high school kids that would showcase the talent that is area and teams," Clayton said. "The academic programs at these individual schools and promote them and allow these student athletes to feel like they were big time. Get them on TV, get them on YouTube and let them be able to use it for a recruiting tool."
Clayton started his company six years ago. For the last four years, they have covered and broadcaster high school games.
His Youtube channel has over 300 games and stories.
"[Leon County] said you had to get permission from the individual schools to do it," Clayton said. "So I met with some of the schools and not everyone was interested in Insiights televising and producing their games, even though it cost them nothing."
Early on, he experienced almost every technical issue imaginable, but says he had to resolve the problems without any help.
"Trying to stream it," Clayton said. "Then you couldn't have access to stream it. Then the stream would break down. Then they would tether it, which means you can't get it out at the speed you were and all of sudden it's buffering."
In the Big Bend and South Georgia areas, Clayton has covered volleyball, girls and boys basketball, baseball and, of course, football.
"We're really excited to get outside the immediate area," Clayton said, "But we can never forget where we started from, which is here."
This year, the company broadcast middle school games and the response was overwhelming.
"Has become legendary," Clayton said. "Just this past season, three of our most watched football games were middle school games. The two best basketball games we have up there right now are the city championship for boys basketball, which went to double overtime and the girls' game might have went to triple overtime."
Clayton says they want to grow to cover softball and track. In each game, instead of doing a player of the game, he does an academic student of the game, which is given to the player with highest GPA on each team.
Monday, May 6th was the Third Annual Dr. Arthur Woodard Academic Dinner. This dinner marked the 100th student that was recognized for their academic success and community service.
The 2019 class was the largest number of participants and nearly filled Studio 13 with the recognized students and their families.
This activity will be shown on WCTV2 Saturday, May 11, 4:30-7:00 pm.
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