This past week, the National Broadcast Society finished up their pre production and auditions for their short film. It has yet to be named,but they have made big strides and have everything on schedule.
In the past 3 months the NBS has been working on many things. This includes a fundraiser to raise money for the club, a short film to show to all of Southeastern, and lately they have been working with other clubs to broadcast certain events like chess matches, according to the president Jordan Reid.
The two main people in charge of the short film are Mason Dauphin, the vice president of the club, and Jermey Rhodes, who was in charge of the pre production and the auditions. They just held all the auditions last week on Wed. November 4th and 5th in the KSLU radio station on the first floor of D Vickers Hall.
Jeremy, Mason and Jordan said the auditions went great, and that they were going to announce who got the parts at their next meeting on Thursday at 6 p.m. In Room 384 of D Vickers.
Not much information was given on the story , but the club is ready to make a great film with their supporting cast, and they are aiming for something spectacular.
For NBS this is a big deal , they only have one to make all of this happen. A semester may feel like an long time, but to them it is very short. They said this is the first semester that they had so many people join the club and participating in the events that have been held.
This year they had a huge turnout of almost 30 people. According to the leaders, that is a huge amount of people compared to some of the other clubs.
They are starting to go to events around Louisiana and are trying to go to national conventions for broadcasting and production. With the group they have now and with the strides that have made with them, they feel like there is no reason they cannot do well.