Digital Media and Communication News
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Stellar year in the DMaC department!
We've had a great year in the department and we have the work to prove it! Please take a few minutes and look through some of the excellent student work from the 2013-14 academic year.
This professional project was worked on by Ryan Fleet with other communication students during his time as president of the communication club at Hilbert.
The above project completed by the professional seminar class (COM 493). As part of the service learning component of the course students worked with a client to produce a series of promotional videos.
The project above is the product of the digital filmmaking class (COM 365). It's a professional video profile of a successful alumnus from Hilbert's business department. The video is presently being used to promote that department.
This is a short film produced by the digital filmmaking and digital film editing classes (COM 365 and COM375, respectively).
DMaC Connection to WNY Addy Awards
The television advertisement (seen below) took home a Silver Prize for Television Production at the 2014 WNY Addy Awards earlier this month. Hilbert has two connections to the production as Steve Fox, DMAC Lab Technician, and Ryan Fleet, 2013 graduate, worked on the project with a team from Buffalo Advertising. See the original article in the Hilbert Weekly.
August 1st, 2013
Special thanks to Hilbert DMaC student Chris Jackson for assuming the role of videographer for Hilbert’s Commencement Ceremony. Thanks to Chris we were able to produce a graduation video for the first time!
Christopher Gallant, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Center for Creative Media at Hilbert, is producing several video stories for Buffalo Spree Magazine. Here are two recent stories to appear in the magazine’s online edition.
Digital Media and Communication Student Updates
May 24th, 2013
HAMBURG, N.Y. – Special thanks to Hilbert DMaC student Chris Jackson for assuming the role of videographer for Hilbert’s Commencement Ceremony. Thanks to Chris we were able to produce a graduation video for the first time!
– Congratulations to Hilbert grad Adam Matula for being accepted into the prestigious Newhouse Graduate School of Journalism at Syracuse University. He will be attending this fall.
Former Radio News Director Speaks to Radio Class
September 18th, 2012
HAMBURG, N.Y. – Mark Scott, former news director of NPR station WBFO-FM, talked to COM378 Radio Production students on Tuesday September 18th, 2012. WBFO's website states, "Under Mark's leadership, the WBFO News Department has won more awards from the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association than any other Buffalo radio station." To listen to a portion of Mr. Scott's talk go to http://snd.sc/PVc5CR
Broadcast Journalism Lecture Reaches Students in China
March 29, 2012
College students in China received a lesson in broadcast journalism all the way from across the world from Christopher Gallant, Hilbert College assistant professor of digital media and communication, who was a class guest speaker via Skype.
Addressing a Zhuhai-based United International College class taught by former WGRZ-TV investigative reporter Mike Igoe, Gallant’s one-hour discussion this week covered issues ranging from photojournalism to media ethics.
Latest in Social Media Issues, Trends to be Focus of Conference
February 14, 2012
HAMBURG, N.Y. – “Social Media 2012,” a regional conference on current business, marketing and legal issues that will include a live Internet video stream to give off-campus participants a chance to ask local experts questions via Twitter and Facebook, will be held from 3-6 p.m. March 6 in Hilbert College’s Palisano Lecture Room (101 Bogel Hall).
August 5, 2011
HAMBURG, N.Y. – Hilbert College’s debut this summer of Hawk Radio, a 24-hour Web-based streaming radio station that potentially can be heard anywhere in the world, marks the college’s first campus-widebroadcasting endeavor.
- March 5, 2010
- HAMBURG, N.Y. – Several area communication professionals have been named to the newly
- established Hilbert College Digital Media and Communication Board of Professional Advisors, the first group of its type for the academic major.
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