Tyler Bradfield is an Emmy Award-winning producer and versatile storyteller with experience in content creation, production, features, reporting, interviewing, editing, broadcasting, and writing.
Upon graduating from Ball State University in 2016 with a B.A. focused in digital sports production, Bradfield enrolled in graduate school in pursuit of an M.A. in digital storytelling.
During his time at Ball State starting in 2012, Bradfield produced digital sports content for Ball State Sports Link and served as an executive producer of features. In this role, he produced, directed, and edited feature-length stories while also working as a reporter. His feature work has been recognized with multiple professional Emmy Awards, SVG College Sports Media Awards, and a BEA Best of the Film Festival.
From 2016 to 2018, Bradfield worked as the graduate assistant of Sports Link, while additionally handling on-air assignments through Ball State Athletics on ESPN3 and the Ball State Radio Network.
In 2016, he became the first collegiate sports announcer in the country to be ranked in the nation's top three in consecutive years for his work as a play-by-play broadcaster in the annual Jim Nantz Award. The ranking named him a two-time STAA All-American.