- The EDC has you covered #thecountdownison
- The problem with being a video production person is that you can never just sit and enjoy a highly anticipated movie trailer.
Oops - Tell the continuity department to clear their desks. 88 seconds? You had one job!
NESCom Blog: Video Students & Faculty Work With North Atlantic Conference On "You Can Play" Video
The North Atlantic Conference, the Division III Intercollegiate Athletics conference that includes Husson University, recently worked with NESCom to create a video for their involvement in the You Can Play movement. The video was created by students Heather Andrews, Ryan Carignan, Ellis Ducharme, Ju…
Host Rich Eisen’s 48-foot DirecTV production truck stolen in Miami Lakes, recovered later
A day before a Miami Dolphins telecast, Miami-Dade Police were left wondering how anyone could hide a several-ton 18-wheeler that’s almost 20 yards long. The answer: For about a day.
- Our own Steve Vachon and Larry Ayotte doing a stander with Dylan Dreyer for the Today Show.
The Tech Behind That New OK-Go Video : DNews
Japanese director uses drone cameras and experimental unicycles to create complex five-minute, one-take music video. Continue reading →
- Student working with Penquis- Helping Today Building Tomorrow on a video shoot yesterday.
- Saturday will be busy with an Open House followed by a live production of Husson Eagles Athletics Football!
- Have you put together your application for the BEA scholarships? The application deadline is coming up!
Broadcast Education Association - National Scholarships in Broadcasting
BEA is the professional development association for professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television, and other electronic media. BEA administers fourteen scholarships annually, to honor b
a production of the New England School of Communications
with permission from Warner Bros.
A preview screening of the finished film will be May 4th, 2014 at 5PM at the Gracie Theatre on the campus of Husson University. A special behind-the-scenes feature will follow the film. Seating is limited and will be first-come-first-served.
Please note that due to the dark subject matter, it may not be suitable for younger audiences.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Over the span of 6 shoots, students traveled to locations throughout Maine to bring the tale of the three brothers to life. From the wire suspension bridge in New Portland to historic Leonard's Mills in Bradley, students worked alongside NESCom instructors through each step of the process.