The Kippy Brown Way will premiere Sunday, January 24th at 5:30pm on FOX

Kippy Brown was the first black Quarterback to play Football at Sweetwater High School in 1969. This began his road to the Super Bowl, and the untold story of one of the most influential figures in NFL history. Later that year, Brown led the team to three consecutive state championship games, they won the title in 1971 and 1972.

From Sweetwater, Brown went on to play for the Memphis Tigers at the University of Memphis. He was the first black quarterback to play for Memphis in 1974. After graduating from Memphis University, Brown was offered a coaching job by Richard Williams. Brown accepted and began a coaching career that would eventually lead him to the Super Bowl.

With interviews from Kippy Brown, Tennessee Head Coach Phillip Fulmer, Memphis Head Coach Richard Williamson and the story behind Brown’s relationship with Tennessee Head Coach Johnny Majors, The Kippy Brown Way is a testament to Brown’s dedication to the game of football. Watch the amazing story of one of our hometown heroes on January 24th at 5:30pm.

The Bingham Group Brings Home 3 Telly Awards!

The Bingham Group, a Knoxville based, full-service marketing and communications firm, is proud to announce their success at the 36th Annual Telly Awards. The Telly Award is a prestigious film related award that has stood for creative excellence for more than a quarter of a century. This year, The Bingham Group brought home three awards, two of which were silver awards, the highest achievement possible. The methamphetamine explosion commercial and motion picture developed for the Tennessee Department of Homeland Security earned TBG a Silver and Bronze Telly Award. The “Meth Mom” Public Service Announcement also developed for the Tennessee Department of Homeland Security earned TBG another Silver Telly Award. The Bingham Group is sincerely thankful to be recognized for their creative excellence and for the opportunity to work with outstanding clients.



The Bingham Group, a Knoxville-based, full-service marketing communications firm, has extended their contract with the Tennessee Department of Health. TBG will be placing more than 100 billboards across the state for the Tennessee Tobacco Quitline. TBG is grateful for the opportunity to extend their contract and continue working with such a wonderful organization.