Here is the Official Lincoln School of Media Degree Show Trailer for 2013
The show is on between 5th and 7th June at the University of Lincoln , Brayford Campus, Lincoln LN6 7TS.
All are welcome to attend throughout the day – there will be screenings of films, exhibitions of Design and Photography work, Radio, Script, Audio Production and Television Studio work.
The official website is at http://www.lsmshow.co.uk/
Find out more on Twitter @lincolnmedia
Created by third year Media Production students:Tom Young,Jerome Smith, Amy Drew. Isaac Beatson. Cameron Steele; Ross Mcgowan, Sean Strange
with many thanks to all those who helped out, including Media Loans, staff at University of Lincoln, the student interviewees Brian Alcorn, Tom Ward, Jack Darnell, Cameron Steele, Jim Booth, Ruby Finnegan, Florian Rupert, Amy Nolan, Nathan Dean (voiceover), Bex Clayforth, Jack Howard, Adam Bibilo and Head of Dept Dr Sarah Barrow
AUDIO PRODUCTION STUDENTS GRADUATE – the class of 2012 is the first to graduate.
We’re nearing the end of the academic year and with it comes the Lincoln School of Media degree show. This will be the first cohort of Audio Production students to graduate and the degree show highlights the varied and exciting work the students have produced including; radio drama and documentary, music production, sound design for film, experimental film, soundscapes, game sound design and binaural film sound!
The DEGREE SHOW IS ON FRIDAY 1st JUNE – spread the word – watch the video here.
Officially opened on 6th APRIL by TREVOR DANN – new Visiting Professor.
This new facility is now ready to welcome students.
The brand new Dubbing Theatre comprises a large Control room with projected High Definition pictures and 5.1 sound system, a Foley room (Sound Effects and footsteps), a Commentary/ADR room and a computer room. We are running Pro Tools with the Digidesign 003 control surface, with pictures front projected onto a suspended screen. The work started in September 2010 and we have tried hard to make it as professional, creative and practical as possible. It has kept myself and many others in the faculty, occupied for most of Semester A.
A big thank you to Matthew Croft, VC Mary Stuart, Sarah Barrow, and to Dean of Faculty David Sleight – this new build had their full backing and support, and I would like to extend a big thank you to them for that. [Chris Hainstock]
Also hank you to : Craig Bratley, Mark Aldridge, Andrew Armstong, Steve Kirby, David McSherry, Bryan Rudd, Geoff Thompson, Ronnie Fowler, Sarah Barrow, Quadrant, & Apple!
The bespoke desk built by Paul Dalton, houses the mic pre-amps, and headphone amps, along with Mac screens and PC screens. Audio Visual installation was by Quadrant, and employs HDMI and Fibre Channel cabling to connect the computers, tv screens and the control systems.
This theatre will provide for the first time full sound mixing to picture to broadcast standards, and is a real statement of the ambitions of the Lincoln School of Media and University of Lincoln.
19th Ocober 2010
Steve Richards, BBC Sound Engineer gave Level 2 Audio Prod Students a behind the scenes tour of the broadcast truck today – with all the wires, desks, software, hardware, consoles etc, we discovered that the final output gets sent out to air via 3 ISDN lines, temporarily set up by BT about a month ago specially for the broadcast.
CAST and crew of cult comedy The Inbetweeners have been invited to Lincoln after labelling the historic city “a shithole”. (extract from ‘This is Lincolnshire’)
The BAFTA award-winning sitcom about a group of teenage friends struggling through sixth form is notorious for its tongue-in-cheek humour.
And in Monday night’s episode, Lincoln and its university were the latest target of the show’s sharp tongue.
In an exchange between two of the main characters, the E4 comedy described the city as a “shithole”
“, and went on to slate the reputation of the university with the line: “…goodbye first-rate education, hello the University of Lincoln”.
Emma Tatlow, deputy chief executive of Visit Lincolnshire, extended an open invitation to the cast and crew of The Inbetweeners to come to Lincoln and see everything our great city has to offer.
“People who know and love Lincoln will have been surprised to hear the comment on The Inbetweeners on Monday night – as was I.
“We have historic attractions, fantastic boutique shopping and an event calendar to rival other cities.
“Where else can you see one of the best cathedrals in Europe within walking distance of a Norman castle?
“If the cast and crew of The Inbetweeners want to visit the city for themselves, we’d be delighted to show them around.”
The jibes on the show have sparked a number of Facebook groups in defence of the city and the university, some with up to 3,000 members.
Ian Richards, a spokesman for the University of Lincoln, praised the display of Lincoln pride, and said: “The Inbetweeners is a very funny comedy series, but perhaps not the most reliable source of information on university standards.
“We’d prefer students to look at national university league tables and the National Student Survey, which show we have one of the fastest-rising universities in the country.
“We’ve been delighted by the number of people who have jumped to the defence of the university and the city on Facebook, Twitter and online message boards.
“Even Fearne Cotton was singing the praises of the university and the city on BBC Radio 1.”
After the episode had aired, the show’s co-writer Iain Morris issued an apology to the University of Lincoln through his Twitter account.
He wrote: “So a friend attended Lincoln uni, and it was a joke for them.
“Sorry for the collateral damage we may have caused. Why must the innocent suffer?”