Digital Media and Communication
Center for Creative Media
After completing only one course, the DMAC student has full access to the equipment in Hilbert College's Center for Creative Media. The Center has three High Definition video editing suites, an iMac computer lab, and a dedicated Audio recording suite. Classes are also taught in a Mac lab equipped with 24 iMac computers. Available are professional quality HD digital video cameras and DSLR cameras, digital audio recorders, various levels of tripods and lighting kits as well as a Stedicam system. All of the equipment is available for overnight checkout by DMAC students. The Center for Creative Media is solely dedicated to DMAC students and is accessible at all hours by request. All video edit suites are equipped with the newest Adobe Production Premium and Design Premium applications including Premier, After Effects and Photoshop. Video camera capabilities range from Full HD1080p to Standard definition 480i, and most cameras are 24p capable as well. We have also recently added a line of Canon 7D HDSLR cameras for filmmaking purposes. Take a look at student work on the department's Youtube page and like the department's Facebook page. You may also like to look at the newest copy of Hilbert College's Connections Magazine, where our department is the cover story!
Come and read and see the exciting things are faculty, staff and students are working on by going to the DMaC News Page! There you'll be able to see the professional work our students are actually producing while here in our department. If you have any questions about the Digital Media and Communication department, contact Prof. Chris Gallant at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (716) 926-8896.
A number of our graduates have gone on to successful careers in Television, journalism, film, radio and marketing. They have also been acepted into various graduate programs. Here are some of their stories.
Tom Wills, Class of 2012
"Hilbert afforded me opportunities to assume leadership roles, while the smaller class size provided for a more intimate and personal education experience. The dedication to each student and resources available provided me withe the experience and knowledge to land interviews, and ultimately, be successful in my desired field of work"
Al Leight, Class of 2006
WKBW-TV Channel 7 Reporter
"Not many graduates can say that they still have a great relationship with their professors, but my professor is always there to lend great advice and has always shown great support while my career continues to grow. I learned a great deal while taking DMaC classes... and I learned a lot about professionalism as well. "
Sarah (Reynolds) Seweryniak, Class of 2009
Director of Advancement and Marketing
SS. Peter and Paul School, Hamburg, NY
A liberal arts program with four specialized tracks:
Media Arts and Production - Journalism and Media Writing - Integrative Marketing - Communication
The Digital Media and Communication Program provides students with both the academic knowledge and practical experience to pursue a variety of careers within the ever-growing and dynamic area of communication. Students are not only given the necessary foundational and theoretical knowledge through a set of core courses, but they are also able to gain hands-on experience through a variety of internship opportunities and capstone courses.
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