What happens during commercial breaks ... #sleepdeprived
- The next meeting of the NESCom chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will be Thursday, March 6th at 6:30PM in WCC205.
- Congratulations to the students of John Bapst!
John Bapst students revive school newspaper
BANGOR, Maine — Several times a year, Room 007 on the ground floor of John Bapst Memorial High School turns into a makeshift newsroom during lunch. Last Monday, eight students sat on stools around a table while Ellen Coddington, a senior, stood at the blackboard in front of a list [...]
- Today the Producing/Hosting A Public Affairs Show visits MPBN's Portland studio to meet with radio producer Jonathan Smith. Smith produces MPBN's daily call-in public affairs show "Maine Calling," and has worked at the national level on the Diane Rehm show. They'll also meet with one of the show's hosts on interviewing skills.
- It's almost hypnotic.
Media Reacts: A Christmas Present Or Two Or Ten Edition
CONAN Highlight: Local news people agree: it's okay to be a little selfish this Christmas. Just admit it! More CONAN @ http://teamcoco.com/video Team Coco is...
What Will Google Glass Do For Journalism Education?
While Google Glass has some clearapplications in higher education already, Robert Hernandez, a professor of web journalism at the University of...
- Join the NESCom chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists for their next meeting Wednesday the 13th at 6PM in WCC 306.
- Students working on an installment of NESCom Connection
Reporting a breaking news story live on air. Writing a thought-provoking op-ed piece for a national newspaper. Doing play-by-play commentary for a sporting event. These are just some of the career opportunities in print and broadcast journalism. NESCom® is well equipped to train students for careers in these demanding fields. The academic program includes classes in TV News Writing & Reporting, Sports Journalism, Video Production, and Web Reporting. Your opportunities to thrive in the news world don't end in the classroom, however. All students can get involved at the campus radio station, the live bi-weekly news program, the student-run newspaper, or the campus broadcast network. Let NESCom® prepare you to be a news anchor, sports columnist, newspaper editor, or photojournalist.
NESCom's Journalism concentration covers many facets. As the medium changes, so does NESCom's curriculum, training students to write for different forms of the media. In the Journalism concentration, students will be trained for print, broadcast and web content.
The learning doesn't stop with writing content for expanding areas of the media. At NESCom®, students become journalists in a real world environment, with integration between concentration areas. You will have the opportunity to write and report for the NESCom® News, on the campus network NBN (NESCom® Broadcasting Network), WHSN 89.3 FM NESCom's radio station; or the student run newspaper "The Spectator". Through it all, you'll gain professional experience that will help you grow.