- Alum Nick Barrows (who now works for EVS Broadcast Equipment) relaxing at the rink.
Nick Barrows's Photos
NBC Stanley Cup desk, waiting for everybody to show up.
- As the sun sets on campus, we give a friendly reminder:
Have you called your Dad yet?
Be it Father or a father figure, give him a call. Happy Father's Day from the New England School of Communications.
Husson, NESCom, and WVII ABC7/WFVX FOX 22 Enter 2013-2015 TV Partnership
Husson University Athletics, the New England School of Communications (NESCom), and WVII ABC7/WFVX FOX 22 have announced a two-year television partnership beginning in fall 2013. NESCom and WVII ABC7/WFVX FOX 22 will collaborate to broadcast five Husson contests in the fall and winter seasons—one fo...
- We love our little NESCom fans.
Here are twins Frankie (left) and Don (right) Veneziano, kids to NESCom alumna and NESCom adjunct faculty Jodi Veneziano.
If you're a graduate of the New England School of Communications, be sure to let us know if you have a new arrival so they can be a "NESCom baby".
NESCom Blog: Gracie Theatre to take “FLIGHT” this fall
FLIGHT, a unique aerial theatre piece by Pacific Performance Project/East will fly into the Gracie Theatre for a one-night-only performance on Saturday, September 27th at 7PM. Conceived, designed and directed by Steve Pearson and written by Robyn Hunt, FLIGHT tells the surprising and compelling stor...
- A journey of a thousand updates begins with a single box (or 5 in this case). Racks, power strips and utilities arrive for a rebuild & reconfiguration for the Electronic Music Technology & Sound Design lab.
Summer Updates 2013
The Dangers of Public WiFi | Visual.ly
Did you know that the majority of 26 million public Wi-Fi users are unaware that they’re open to hacking, identity theft and fraud?
- Students in the Bangor area during the summer should check out River City Cinema's annual free outdoor movies in Pickering Square. This summer, it's all about noir cinema.
The Return of ... NOIR BENEATH THE STARS
Join @[37427102175:274:River City Cinema] beginning June 28, 2013 as we present NOIR BENEATH THE STARS in Pickering Square in Downtown Bangor, Maine. It’s 6 Friday nights of the most memorable mugs, thugs, dolls and molls to ever hit the silver screen. It’s our 10th year of bringing al fresco movies to you, and we thought we’d revisit our very first theme.
Thank you to our Star Sponsor: @[139436812761017:274:Bangor Federal]!
Shows begin after sundown (around 8:30 or so—you’ll have plenty of time for dinner at any one of Bangor’s fine eateries). Don’t forget your lawn chairs and a sweater. Admission is FREE, and cheap concessions are available.
June 28 — ”The Maltese Falcon”
July 5 — ”Notorious”
July 12 — ”The Lady from Shanghai”
July 19 — ”Kiss Me Deadly”
July 26 — ”Cape Fear”
August 2 — ”Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”
(rain date August 9)
More details coming soon!
Join River City Cinema beginning June 28, 2013 as we present NOIR BENEATH THE STARS in Pickering Square in Downtown Bangor, Maine. It’s 6 Friday nights of the most memorable mugs, thugs, dolls and molls to ever hit the silver screen. It’s our 10th year of bringing al fresco movies to you, and we thought we’d revisit our very first theme. Thank you to our Star Sponsor: Bangor Federal Credit Union! Shows begin after sundown (around 8:30 or so—you’ll have plenty of time for dinner at any one of Bangor’s fine eateries). Don’t forget your lawn chairs and a sweater. Admission is FREE, and cheap concessions are available. June 28—”The Maltese Falcon” July 5—”Notorious” July 12—”The Lady from Shanghai” July 19—”Kiss Me Deadly” July 26—”Cape Fear” August 2—”Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” (rain date August 9) More details coming soon!
"...the Shadow knows"
Maine Media Camp
In an effort to help our community better understand and explore the communications and media professions, NESCom® offers Maine Media Camp.
Maine Media camp is a week long summer program, in August, for high school students interested in exploring the fun and fascinating fields of media and communications.
Maine Media Camp, held in the George Wildey Communications Center, is a chance to experience an introduction to the fields of Audio Engineering, Digital Photography, Journalism, Marketing Communications, Radio Broadcasting, Video Production and WebMedia.
Students spend one week learning from the professionals in all forms of hands-on media. In addition to media production work, the conversations with media personalities, tours of radio and television stations, students have time for fun and entertainment while making friends with others who share their interests.
Participants have a chance to live on-campus in the residence halls, eat in the dining halls and get a brief glimpse of what the communications college experience is like.