- Two different views of the LA Marathon: '99 alumna Liz Covert ran as part of a relay team for Team Kitten Rescue and her husband Todd ran the full marathon. Meanwhile '01 alumnus Stephon Litwinczuk shot the marathon as part of his work with the American Indian Community Council.
- Students: Are you from NH and studying Video Production or Radio Broadcasting? You should look into the scholarship offered by the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters.
New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters -- job bank, history, post your resume, station news
Applications are now available for the 2014-2015 NHAB Student Broadcaster Scholarship Program. To be eligible, students must be permanent residents of New Hampshire, and in the process of enrolling, or are currently enrolled, as a full-time student at an accredited institution of higher learning wit...
Maine school of communications raises profile in recording artistry | The Portland Press Herald...
Expertise and cutting-edge technology draw award-winning writers of songs and stories to Bangor for audio or visual treatment of their work.
- Watch the trailer for Beneath The Harvest Sky, the new movie from alum Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly.
Beneath the Harvest Sky - Movie Trailers - iTunes
Casper (Emory Cohen – THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES) and Dominic (Callan McAuliffe – THE GREAT GATSBY) have been fiercely loyal friends since childhood. Desperate for a way out of their quiet town on the Maine-Canada border, the boys make a pact to pool their earnings on a car and hit the road. But whe...
- More helpful tips from SALT.
SALT: TALKING TO ROOMMATES ABOUT MONEY
Talking about financial issues with a roommate can be tricky, but if you communicate openly and politely about bills, rent, and other money-related concerns, you'll set your entire house up for success.
NESCOM Students Produce Film Based on Popular Book Series
NESCOM Students Produce Film Based on Popular Book Series - Local News BANGOR - It's based off of a book and these students are spending time outside of the classroom to put it all together.
- Heads up on the next NESCom SPJ meeting
The next meeting of the NESCom chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will be Thursday, March 6th at 6:30PM in WCC205.
- After shooting wraps, the work continues through spring 2014 in the NESCom short film adaptation of the Tale of the Three Brothers, written by J.K. Rowling as Beedle The Bard. For full details on the dil,. visit www.nescom.edu/threebrothers
The Tale of the Three Brothers: Post Production
After shooting wraps, the work continues through spring 2014 in the NESCom short film adaptation of the Tale of the Three Brothers, written by J.K. Rowling as Beedle The Bard. For full details on the dil,. visit www.nescom.edu/threebrothers
- Assistant Professor Scott Loiselle of NESCom Audio Engineering will hold a free clinic on Electronic Music on Wednesday at 6PM in the NESCom Audio Studio. The clinic is free and open to ALL students who are interested.
NESCom Blog: Scott Loiselle To Host Free Electronic Music Clinic
Audio Engineering Assistant Professor Scott Loiselle will host an Electronic Music Clinic for students on Wednesday, February 26th in the NESCom Audio Studio at 6PM. The clinic is free and open to all students.
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 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.