For more than 15 years, Middlesex Community College’s Corporate Media Center (CMC) has been producing award-winning corporate/industrial/training videos. The CMC’s productions have won over 17 awards and 10 national awards such as the Telly, Ava, and Communicator awards for clients such as Connecticut’s Department of Environmental Protection, Connecticut Department of Labor, Unilever, Stanley Tools, United Technologies, Hamilton Sundstrand and Sikorsky Aircraft. Students enrolled in COM 293 – Corporate Media Practicum, act as crew on these productions under the supervision of CMC Coordinator Dan Nocera. If your business or agency is interested in hiring the CMC to produce your next video contact Dan Nocera at 860-343-5812 or email@example.com.
MxCC’s Corporate Media Services provides local businesses, state agencies, municipalities, and community organizations with exceptional video-production services. Students gain professional “real world” production experience and intensive training to meet the objectives of the workforce development initiatives.
Since 1986, the college has provided video-production services to the community with great success. Hundreds of students have received “real world” video-production experience and the Center for Business and Industry has met its objective of providing educational and business services to the community. In 1995, the College began a joint venture between the then-Broadcast Communications department and the Center for Business and Industry Services by purchasing a non-linear video- editing system. Over the past 12 years, these projects provided the resources to allow the CMC to stay current with media technology by investing in state-of-the-art cameras, computers, software, and equipment. These corporate videos also provided real-world work experiences to many of MxCC’s Digital Media Production students who are now some of the leaders in the Media Production industry in Connecticut and around the country.
Visit the CMC’s YouTube channel to see examples of CMC’s most recent work.
Visit the MxCC YouTube channel to see additional footage of the school’s projects.