Tag Archives: Media

Cheryl Casey’s Media Book Selected as Finalist

Communication Associate Professor Cheryl Casey’s recent book New Media, Communication, and Society, has been selected as a finalist for the Media Ecology Association’s annual book awards. Casey co-authored the book with Mary Ann Allison, a fellow colleague from Hofstra University.

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CCM Students Live-Streamed 12th Annual Rail Jam

As part of covering the 12th annual Rail Jam, a team of 13 CCM students made their first attempt at live-streaming the event using the cutting-edge Tricaster.  As an experiential learning exercise, instructor Keith Oppenheim and broadcast media students were challenged to conduct a first-ever live stream with a Tricaster: a box on wheels that can […]

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Comcast Visits Video Storytelling Classes

Members of Comcast visited two Video Storytelling classes on October 21 and provided 30 students the opportunity to watch a professional team produce a series of interviews. “The Comcast staff were exceptionally welcoming to us,” said Video Storytelling course instructor Keith Oppenheim, “and explained what they were doing and why.” Comcast visited Champlain to create 12 five-minute segments […]

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​​CCM Faculty Appointed Executive Director of Regional Association

Cheryl Casey, Assistant Professor of Media Communication, was appointed Executive Director of the Eastern Communication Association (ECA). The appointment was announced at the Association’s annual meeting, held in Philadelphia April 23-26. Following a one year transitional period, Casey will formally assume the role in July 2016. The Executive Director’s duties include communicating with stakeholders, directing […]

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CCM Faculty Publishes Chapter in Pop Culture Collection

Cheryl Casey, Assistant Professor of Media Communication, has published a chapter in the edited collection, Baby Boomers and Popular Culture: An Inquiry into America’s Most Powerful Generation (2015, Praeger). Casey’s essay, entitled “Let the Games Begin: Baby Boomers, Capitalist Ideology, and the Containment of Gender in Sports Television,” links the emergence of the sports/media complex to the […]

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WCAX Newsman Workshops with Students on Conducting Interviews

Electronic Media Writing students at Champlain College met with WCAX anchor, Darren Perron, to hone in their interviewing skills. Effective interviewing involves extensive research and preparation. Students were required to explore Perron’s life/career and develop complex questions that probed beyond the biographical information they gathered online. Students rose to the occasion. They asked Perron about […]

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Allen Gilbert Presents to Film Students

On November 19, Allen Gilbert, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont, will be giving a presentation to Film Screening students about Alex Gibney’s documentary, We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks. The documentary is 130 minutes long and covers topics such as WikiLeak, the National Security Agency (NSA), and National Security […]

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CCM Student wins College Television Emmy Award

Broadcast and Streaming Media junior, Jack Carpenter, won 1st Place at the 35th annual College Television Awards, a nationwide competition that recognizes excellence in college student-produced digital video and film work. His self-produced television show, Lake Night With Jack Carpenter, won in the Alternative category. Carpenter, who spent his spring semester studying abroad at one of Champlain’s international […]

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