- We love seeing former students reconnect in the field. Here's Greg Scott Cody, Sr. Manager Production & Game Operations with the San Antonio Spurs with of Ryan Carignan, Field Support Engineer for EVS Broadcast Equipment.
- Greenlight Maine, which is produced in the NESCom Video Production studios has been nominated for a Boston/New England Emmy. The nomination includes Director, and NESCom instructor, Kris Bridges.
- You never know how your skills might be used in the future!
- Get an inside look at the visual effects dept at Saturday Night Live.
- 2013 Grad Jessica Bradley, Promotions Editor for WPRI in Providence, RI posing for the obligatory "Truck Pic".
- 2010 alum Greg Wonder shooting in Thailand.
- Michael Bay talks about shooting Transformers: The Last Knight in native Imax 3D.
- For any students looking for a challenge, Imagine Dragons and Adobe Premiere Pro is holding an editing contest.
Video Production Quick Facts
Students produce content for:
- Local Television Stations
- Short Films
- Non-Profit Clients
- Class Projects
- Campus Network
- Film Festivals
- Demo Reels
The George Wildey Communication Center houses:
- Production Control
- Master Control
- 45 edit stations
- 8 edit suites
- NESCom® also has a remote production facility for live sporting events, concerts, political debates and other events happening in the community
Campus Network - NESCOM® BROADCAST NETWORK (NBN):
Students produce content for the campus network, such as student projects, interviews, live sport broadcasts, and for productions for Time Warner statewide.
Maximum equipment ratio is 7:1, can be as low as 2:1 depending on class.
- NESCom® instructors work in the field with over 100 years of combined experience.
Student to Faculty ratio:
As low as 2:1
Video Production equipment is on a rotating three year lease, so we always have the latest equipment used in the industry.