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  • 1. Graphic Design Samplesmgmword@twcny.rr.com 315-673-9194
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  • 3. TELECOMMUNICATIONS CAYUGA The Official Newsletter of Cayuga Community College’s Electronic Media Programs Fall 2008 From Start to Finish: New entrepreneur oppportunities at CCC allow students to create and then run a business It’s an exciting time to be a student at Cayuga Community College. CCC is the only community college in New York State to offer courses that help an individual create, develop and then launch a new business in electronic media. In addition to future business incubator opportunities, the Telcom Department has launched two enterprises that celebrate entrpreneurship: Cayuga Records and C3 Studios. The new Telcom course supports Cayuga Records and teaches students how to run a recording company from top to bottom. “We now have the capability to launch one new recording every year on our Cayuga Records label,” explained Cayuga Community College Electronic Media Programs Director and Professor Steve Keeler. “Our goal is to have the ability to launch four to five new recordings with our label a year.” Already Cayuga Records is planning a CD release party celebrating its first recording: Colin Wilson’s “This is Why.” The album’s release will be accompanied by the sale of merchandise and the launching of a new website. C3 Studios is a student-run video and film production company which will produce original works while instructing the students how to develop and operate a media business. “There is no limit to what a student will be able to achieve in this new atmosphere of learning,” said Keeler. “A student can CONTINUED NEXT PAGE Case Film Festival Features Cayuga Students’ Work Cayuga Community College students and Cayuga Community College Humanities Division alums were honored recently when their original Chairperson and Electronic Media Programs productions were chosen to be among the few Director and Professor Steve Keeler. elite presentations during this year’s annual The CCC student productions ranged in topics Theodore Case Film Festival at the Auburn Public from a behind the scenes expose of the inner Theater. workings of a local pastry shop to documenting The Festival, which honors the legacy of sound the good works of a rural medical clinic in the far film pioneer Theodore Case of Auburn, promotes reaches of Nicaraqua. the creative efforts of Central New York film- “Many of the honored videos were completed makers of all ages. as assignments for CCC Telcom television In the Adult Program category, of the nine production courses,” Keeler said. productions chosen for showing, seven were made The CCC students and alums involved are Mark by CCC students and alums. Veator (’08), John Young (’08), Elysia Moore (’08), “It is an amazing accomplishment for Cayuga Caleb Kerlin (’07), Michael Widger (’00), Kevin and a testiment for what students can achieve Losani (’00), Ryan Hallock (’08), Kristi French (’08), once they receive their training here at CCC,” said John McLeod (’08), and Nick Guariglia (’08). p
  • 4. TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELCOM Degrees Electronic Media (AAS) Telcom Entreprenuers... CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE take an idea, learn the skills to nurture and grow that idea and then develop their idea into a eligible for Regional awards in the Central and Western regions. If you would like to view their thriving new business, all with work: http://www.metacafe.com/ (formerly TV/Radio Broadcasting) the support of the programs and watch/1566770/i_love_upstate_ instructors at CCC.” new_york_food/ Our most popular program prepares Over the summer, two high Cayuga Community College’s students for a variety of employment school interns, Colin Hewitt telecommunications program opportunities in media or to transfer and Ben Keeler, worked for C3 is one of the most firmly to a four-year school. Graduates are Studios. (In the summers of established in the Northeast, prepared in media management, production, operations, and 2006 and 2007, they participated first offering degrees in 1972. announcing. in Telcom’s “Adventures in The department’s facilities Television” program for high provide students with constant school students.) As part of access to state-of-the-art Audio-Music their work for C3 Studios, equipment and extensive hands- Production (AAS) they produced a short film for the “I Love NY Short Film on experience. The department’s practical approach to Competition” called “I Love instruction emphasizes contact This course of study develops skills Upstate NY Foods.” Their film with established industry in audio and radio production. was chosen as one of the “Top professionals in the classroom, Students are prepared for careers in music recording, audio 100” in the competition and is studio and on-site internships. p programming, radio operations, Award-winning BBC audio for television, film, and radio and television theatre, and operation and design executive, Michael of sound systems. Hollingworth and his wife, Shona Telecommunications Falconer, were the first recipients Technology (AAS) of the newly established ACC/CCC This program prepares students for Distinguished Service employment in telecommunications Award for their and related industries. Students work with Cayuga’s learn to operate, install, maintain, International and repair the audio, video, RF, Education program and specialized communications in London, England. equipment found in media and The couple has telecommunications industries. worked diligently to enhance CCC students’ educational Electronic Media Concentrations Visiting Telcom Professors Honored experience in the United Kingdom. CAYUGA Video/Digital Film Production Film & Cinema Studies Broadcast Journalism Online Digital Media Are you a high school student Earn college credit through the interested in a media career? SUNY Learning Network by enrolling in these 3 credit courses: telcomcayuga.com Now you can jump ahead by taking Cayuga Community •Intro to Mass Media College Telcom courses over the •Media Writing Internet. •Intro to the Moving Image Contact Steve Keeler @315-255-1743 ext. 282 •Video Production 197 Franklin Street Contact Steve Keeler Auburn, NY 13021 @315-255-1743 ext. 282 keeler@cayuga-cc.edu keeler@cayuga-cc.edu
  • 5. New Courses; New Opportunities CAYUGA The courses offered in Cayuga Faculty Computer AnimationCommunity College’s Telecommunications Video Game DesignDepartment keep changing to keep in step Steve Keeler Professor/Telcom Department Coordinatorwith the revolution in technology. Internet Video & Editing Speciality: TV/Video “As the technology advances, so does Broadcast Journalism MS, Newhouse, Syracuse University Former Executive Producer, Newchannelsour scope of learning,” said CayugaCommunity College Humanities Division ScriptwritingChairperson and Electronic Media Video/Film Business Practicum Jeff Delbel Professor, Speciality: Audio RecordingPrograms Director and Professor Steve Ph.D, Newhouse, Syracuse UniversityKeeler. “We’re keeping in step with new Music Business Practicum 20+ years audio production experiencemedia and in doing so, we’re often ahead Jazz Ensembleof the curve in what we provide.” Doug Brill In addition to the opportunity to utilize Rock History Chief Engineer/Instructional Assistant 20+ years cable and television engineeringbrand new state-of-the-industry digital Music Preparation for Audio Professionals experiencevideo and audio editing systems, televisionstudio and FM radio station, students For more information about thecan now explore a new variety of new Telecommunications program, contact Tom Casella Professor, Speciality: Photographyelectronic media programs and courses Steven Keeler at 315-255-1743 or email Instructional Design Specialist MS, Eds, Indiana Universityoffered at the college include: keeler@cayuga-cc.edu. Former Nikon School Instructor CAYUGA Bob Frame Coordinator of Technical Services Teaches lighting, 20+ years experience in theatre technology; BA, SUNY Oswego Alumni News Hugh Cleland Instructor; Certified Senior Broadcast Engineer; Extensive AM, FM, and TV Broadcast Engineering and Management Experience Mike Marano Instructor; 15+ years video production experience; BS, Newhouse, Syracuse University; Owner, SEND US YOUR NEWS Video Memories: video production firm Chuck Brame (’99) is a sportscaster specializing in event photography with WETM-TV in Elmira. Chuck loves covering the local sports scene and Mary Gelling Merritt relaxing at home with his cat, Mister. Send to Steve Keeler, Cayuga CC Instructor 197 Franklin Street, Auburn, NY 13021 20+ years TV/radio/print experience MS, Newhouse, Syracuse University Name: Owner: MGM Word Studio, Inc.: publicMichael Cameron (’02) works as a relations/graphic design agencytechnician for PCC, a global multimedia Class Year:services company in Syracuse. Address: Andy Robinson Instructor; 25+ years broadcast TV & TV fieldJosh Cradduck (’06) is the assistant to the assignment Phone: production experience General Manager of Orange TV at Syracuseeditor at Time Warner’s News 10 Now in Syracuse. Josh University and former Creative Services Director Photo: YES NOtransferred to Ithaca College after graduating from Cayuga. at WSYR-TV What’s New?Andy Abrams (’06) accepted a position in the video Steve Roderdepartment of the New Orleans Hornets NBA team. He Instructor Teaches Video Game Design & Computer Animationproduces video content for the jumbotron, Internet and 15+ years CCC Chief Engineerbroadcast. BS, Oswego, Technology EducationPaul W. Crumlish (’87) is now the Director of Product Carey EidelManagement of Paxfire, a Internet commerce support Instructor; Teaches script writing and script analy- sis and production. Feature film and televisioncompany located in Herndon, Virginia. producer and scriptwriter.Jessica Miles (’08) is the recipient of the Rod SerlingScholarship in Communications for each year of her Dave Rowe Instructorundergraduate work at Ithaca College. Miles was selected Teaches radio/TV announcingfor this prestigious honor based on her exceptional academic Former sports reporter for News 7 in Ithacaperformance at CCC and her membership in Phi Theta Kappa. Todd FedyshynSusan Saccone Picciotto (’89) was recently married. Instructor Teaches interactive mediaShe is presently the Community Relations Coordinator for Owner: Digital Media Solutions: web design &Newschannel 9 WSYR-TV in Syracuse. video production
  • 6. TELECOMMUNICATIONS CAYUGA Articulation Agreements Let Students Earn College Credits in High School High school students interested in a career in Television, if I was a step ahead of other students and that I was achieving Radio, Film or Sound Recording can start earning credit my goals in broadcasting at a much more rapid pace. It was toward a college degree while still in high school. It’s all extremely helpful.” possible through articulation agreements between the “The articulation agreement through my high school made student’s high school and Cayuga Community College. me ready for the challenge of college,” said Jo-Ann Tavano “An articulation agreement allows students who have taken of Portville Central High School. “I arrived at CCC ready for communications-related (media, video production, radio, more advanced classes.” journalism, photography) high school courses to receive college Cayuga’s Telecommunications Department is one of credit for those courses if they enroll at Cayuga Community the most firmly established in the Northeast, featuring College,” aid Cayuga Community College Humanities Division three outstanding communications degree programs: Chairperson and Electronic Media Programs Director and Telecommunications Technology; Broadcasting; and Audio Professor Steve Keeler. “We are very interested in developing Production. similar agreements with other high schools.” The department’s practical approach to instruction For a school to qualify for the agreement, a review of high emphasizes direct contact with established industry school communications-related programs will be needed professionals in the classroom and studio, as well as through to ascertain if the courses offered are compatible with the on-site internships. articulation program requirements. More than 90% of CCC Telcom graduates were either “I was able to get a step ahead and take advanced classes at employed or pursuing studies at a four-year institution. Cayuga Community College, simply because of the articulation If you would like to participate in CCC’s articulation agreement they had with my high school and local BOCES program, contact Steven Keeler at 315-255-1743 or center,” said Josh Cradduck, ‘06 (Olean High School). “I felt as email keeler@cayuga-cc.edu. t CCC Telcom graduate (‘06) and Ithaca College graduate (‘08), Josh Cradduck, helped host NBC anchorwoman, Natalie Morales, at a recent event at Ithaca College. Telcom Students and Cayuga w Collegian newspaper staff members Natasha King (‘09) Union Springs H.S., Meghan Rindfliesch, Union Springs H.S., and Jessica Miles (‘08) Southern Cayuga H.S., celebrate after receiving a top award from the American Scholastic Association for the fourth year in a row. p TELECOMMUNICATIONS NON-PROFIT ORG. INSIDE: Cayuga Community College U.S. POSTAGE PAID Auburn, NY 13021 New Entrepreneurship Opportunities 197 Franklin Street Permit No. 26 for Cayuga Telcom Students Auburn, New York 13021 Cayuga Students’ Work Featured in Case Film Festival Discover Cayuga’s New Electronic Media Programs In High School? Earn College Credit Now!
  • 7. INSIDE LaFayette Central SchoolsA Messagefrom SchoolSuperintendent November 2008Peter Tigh Nurturing Academic Success and Community SpiritBig PictureClassroomNewsHow to PreventUnderageDrinkingMs. Hummel’sReport from hervisit to KenyaGrimshawRunning ClubTakes Off!OutdoorClassroomNewsModified GirlsCross CountryTeam Places Homecoming 2008First at MeetMeet theLaFayetteAthletes of the STORY PAGE 7Week!LaFayetteWinter SportsSchedulesLunch MenusCommunityCouncil News Mrs. Nicholson’s Pre-K Class enjoys their first field trip of the year to the McClusky Apple Farm Published Monthly by LaFayette Central Schools www.lafayetteschools.org
  • 8. Marcellus “Building Futures”CENTRAL SCHOOLSNovember 2008INSIDE BOE Member Sopchak Steps Down Homecoming 2008 Activities MCS Students Published Driver Middle School Band Honors Seven DMS students were chosen to participate in the Syracuse University Honors Middle School Band last June. These students rehearsed each Saturday DMS Council during June with other select middle school students from Onondaga County and presented a concert in Crouse Auditorium on June 29. Dr. Brad Ethington, Election Results director of bands at Syracuse University, conducted the ensemble. Driver Middle School band members participating in the event included: Holly Grosholz - French Horn Sarah Francesconi – Flute Meet the Kelsey Nowak – Tenor Saxophone Alanna Todd – Trumpet Students of Erica Smith – Flute Angela Pugliese – Alto Saxophone Gordon Mason – Trombone the Month Mathletes in Action Class of 1958 Tobacco-free MCS Reunion School Marcellus Schools’ Class of 1958 took a “reunion” tour of Meet the New Driver Middle School with Superintendent of Schools Craig MCS Staff Tice on Saturday, October 11th.The Official Newsletter of the Marcellus Central School District
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