It’s lights, camera, action for our local NRC students

All the NRC media students pictured at the launch of the new media studi. inbm51-14s
All the NRC media students pictured at the launch of the new media studi. inbm51-14s

UTV Presenter Sarah Travers was just one of the specials guests last Thursday who joined Media students and staff to officially open their new HD TV Studio at NRC’s Ballymoney Campus.

With an investment of just over £100K the new state of the art facilities provides students with hands on practical knowledge of the best equipment in the industry.

Professor Terri Scott (NRC Principal/Chief Executive) pictured with Sarah Travers at the launch of the new media studio. inbm51-14s

Professor Terri Scott (NRC Principal/Chief Executive) pictured with Sarah Travers at the launch of the new media studio. inbm51-14s

Merlyn Brown, Head of School said: “We are delighted to have been able to make the move from analog to digital.

“The students and staff have worked hard to put together a special magazine show for tonight’s launch and have thoroughly enjoyed using the new facilities.

“My thanks to Sarah Travers for taking time to officially launch the new HD TV Studio.”

Other guests included representatives from the local media, Causeway Trust, University of Ulster and Visual Systems Ireland.

For further information on the range of courses available in media, creative media, performing arts and production arts please visit our website www.nrc.ac.uk