Ed Glazer and the public service announcement cast stays loose before another take
The Buccaneers Broadcast Network is now offering you a choice.
As it has since the site's debut in 1999, Buccaneers.com will continue to provide extensive video content, ranging from one-on-one interviews to full press conference coverage. As usual, those offerings will be available in the popular Windows Media Player format.
However, users can now choose to watch Buccaneers Broadcast Network pieces in QuickTime as well. Visitors to Buccaneers.com can choose their desired format simply by clicking on the corresponding tab at the top of the Broadcast Network box on the upper right portion of the home page.
QuickTime is one of the most popular media formats on the World Wide Web and may be particularly useful for Mac owners visiting the site. The easy-to-download plug-in enables millions of Mac and Windows users to play back high-quality audio and video on their computers. Click here if you do not have the QuickTime plug-in but would like to download it.
All pre-recorded video packages will be posted in both Windows Media Player and QuickTime formats. Live press conference package will continue to be streamed in a Windows Media Player format.
The time honored librarian's call for silence just wasn't cutting it in the Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library on Thursday afternoon.
The operative phrase was: 'Quiet on the Set.'
While the library generally discourages talking, no one was looking to muffle Buccaneers Executive Vice Presidents Ed Glazer or Joel Glazer on Thursday. Along with several young volunteers, the Glazers gathered at a local library for the filming of a public service announcement.
Flanked by Dejanique, Tyrone and Bart, young actors brought in by the library staff, Ed and Joel alternated shooting PSA's for the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System, designed to encourage parents to bring their children to the library over the summer.
The Glazer Family Foundation and Friends of the Library have combined to create the Summer Reading Program designed to promote literacy and expose kids to the joy of reading. The specifics of the program will be unveiled on May 15 at the Egypt Lake Partnership Library and will be highlighted throughout the summer by the PSAs produced on Thursday.
Thursday's shoot was produced and directed by Buccaneers Director of Game Day/Video Production Chris Kartzmark and captured by Game Day/Video Production Coordinator Garland Conger. The Foundation staff, headed by Director Roni Costello, was also on hand to assist with the coordination of the shoot, and the team mascot played a part in the PSA then stuck around to entertain young library patrons.
The PSA's will air on WTOG, UPN Channel 44.
Is the video machine in your head still replaying that Bucs-Rams game of last December, rewinding over and over again to the moment when Warrick Dunn and Shaun King saved the day with the now-famous pitch-back play?
Can you still picture Donnie Abraham picking up a blocked punt in Minnesota and dashing 70 yards for a touchdown? Dunn spinning out of a safety in Miami? Randall McDaniel catching his first career touchdown pass?
Well, rely on fond but fuzzy memories no longer. Over the next month, we'll bring you video clips of some of the most exciting moments of the 2000 campaign, one at a time. What better way to gear up for perhaps the most anticipated season in Buccaneer history than to remind ourselves of the exhilarating moments players such as Dunn, Abraham, John Lynch and Derrick Brooks can generate every time they step on the field?
All of these 'Frozen Moments' from 2000 will appear in the
To whet your whistle, here is our first Frozen Moment from 2000: King, Dunn and Mike Alstott combining on a razzle-dazzle two-point conversion. Keep an eye on the Buccaneers Broadcast Network on the home page for more Frozen Moments to follow.