- 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.
- The NESCom Mobile Production Unit rolled out to the Cross Insurance Center today to produce Maine High School tournament basketball for Maine Public.
- Students participated in a workshop with IATSE Electrician Travis Trudell this week, learning lessons about location lighting the inner workings of filmmaking. Students worked with local actors Alejandro Rave and John Greenman to create a short scene at the Quirk House. Trudell’s guidance and approachable style allowed students to ask questions that enabled them to tell the short story in an efficient and artistic way. Photos by Larry Ayotte
- A great piece on the groundbreaking films of Buster Keaton and how his work influenced modern filmmaking.
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.