- Thanks to WABI TV5 for visiting Maine Media Camp today.
Bangor Campers Spend Week Learning About Life in the Media - Bangor, Maine News, Sports, and...
Some campers in Bangor are spending the week learning about life in the media. They’re taking part in Maine Media Camp at the New England School of Communications. Three dozen high school students from seven states are there. The camp gives them a chance to experience all kinds of aspects of the med…
- Maine Media Campers get a true taste of Maine tonight with pies courtesy of Dysart's! #butteryflakycrust
- Today marks the start of Maine Media Camp 2014! We have high school students from 7 states joining us for the next 5 days to work in all forms of media and communications!
- Great session in the NESCom Audio Engineering studios yesterday!
NESCom Audio Engineering
Things stay busy in the studio, even during the summer. Yesterday a 6 piece jazz band started a recording of all-original music.
- NESCom Live Sound Technology having some fun with the opening of the new Yamaha CL3 Digital Mixing Console.
Opening of the Yamaha CL3
- It's always exciting to hear from our alumni who are doing what they love every day!
EP alum Stephen Wells of @[26100163374:274:Nashville Event Lighting] recently lit a video at Starstruck Entertainment for @[14969940796:274:Reba McEntire]. Watch the video here http://ow.ly/zsOPL
- New for labs WCC105 & WCC109: all new Mac Pro "cylinders" with Thunderbolt displays.
- Want to visit NESCom but haven't been able to join us for an open house? Sign up for the upcoming Discover Husson day on August 1st!
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- Signs of summer at NESCom: stacks of new computers for the new WCC 306 lab.
From sports nut to Sports JournalistAs of Fall 2014, Media Studies will have a name change to Mass Communications
You grew up glued to ESPN. You know your favorite team’s stats like the back of your hand. And you can easily reel off a list of your all time favorite play calls. Can you turn this personal love of the game into a professional career? You can as a sports journalist.
Truthfully, it’s a competitive field. And unless you’re a Joe Buck, don’t expect inside access overnight (it helps when your dad was a famous announcer first.) But competition is one of the most exciting aspects of sports, isn’t it? And when you study Sports Journalism at the NESCom, you gain a solid grounding in the competitive skills you need to become a capable Sports Journalist. You’ll also get real hands-on experience, including:
- Play-by-play with color, sports reporting, writing for print, radio, TV and web.
- Video Production skills
- Anchoring skills
NESCOM offers a very extensive sports journalism program and that means you’ll begin acquiring skills in this profession your very first semester. Check out our highlight reel at nescom.tv by clicking on student showcase.