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Kc Wayland – King of the Audio Dramas

September 13, 2016 by | Alumni

Kc Wayland is the undisputed king of audio dramas. People today might scratch their head and wonder just what an audio drama is. Well, if you think of the old serials that played on the radio in the 1930s and 40s, like The Shadow and Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar , you’d be on the

Kc’s Guide To SXSW

April 8, 2015 by Kc Wayland | Beyond Dodge

EDITOR’S NOTE: Kc Wayland, our Digital Applications Specialist here at Dodge College, recently went to SXSW to participate on a panel, and came back with some great tips for those of you who may be thinking about going next year. A few weeks ago, I was invited as a guest speaker for SXSW 2015

‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ gets audio reboot treatment

October 4, 2023 by Molly Rose Freeman | Faculty Spotlight

Lecturer Kc Wayland discusses his new Audible project, “Slayers: A Buffyverse Story,” with The Panther. The TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” which ran for seven seasons (1997-2003) has been a staple of ‘Spooky Season’ since its debut and followed Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar), a teenage girl by day and monster hunter by night.  

Enroll Now in Sessions Offered Summer 2018

May 11, 2018 by | Academics

Listed below are the courses available to students for the 2018 summer sessions. Please email the professors for specifics on each course.   The Stories Public Records Tell – Session 1 – Broadcast Journalism – Professor Robbi Peele Consumer Investigations – Session 3 – Broadcast Journalism – Professor Robbi Peele Digital Sculpting in Zbrush – Session 1

CU Alums Explore E3

June 26, 2017 by Samuel Prince | Alumni

This year the Electronic Entertainment Exposition rolled into Los Angeles with a record 68,400 attendees. For the first time, event organizers elected to open the doors to the general public with tickets available to non-industry insiders. Many Chapman alumni were in attendance for the largest E3 ever. We reached out to a few to find

Check Out These Fantastic Interterm 2017 Courses!

November 7, 2016 by | Academics

Looking for a good way to spend your interterm? Why not take one of these awesome classes that Dodge College is offering! FTV 329/529: Audio Drama Production Explore the art and craft of writing, directing, editing, and sound designing audio-only dramas in this unique workshop. Instructor Kc Wayland has produced podcasts with over 50 million

Using Motion Capture to Climb Out of the Uncanny Valley

August 2, 2016 by | Academics

EDITOR’S NOTE: We have so many fantastic programs here at Dodge College that sometimes stories get lost in the shuffle. We wanted to highlight this great piece about one of our latest interterm classes that worked in motion capture.  Since VR is very big at our school right now, we wanted to show just how

Xsens Impressed With Dodge’s Commitment To Latest Tech

November 6, 2015 by | Academics

For those in the Digital Arts program using motion capture, Xsens has been a huge help. Their state-of-the-art motion capture technology has helped some of our students do amazing things in their films and projects. Though we received a version of their MVN technology last year, we recently upgraded to the newest generation. Xsens visited

We’re Alive – The End is Near!

July 14, 2014 by | Alumni

On July 19, 2014, We’re Alive will reach the end of its long journey. But that is still 5 days away, and Kc Wayland (BFA/Film and Television ’08) is still tweaking it to make sure the finale is just right. We’re Alive is an audio serial drama, which chronicles the story of Army

Dodge College alumnus audio drama nominated for Audie Award

February 22, 2012 by | News

The Audio Publishers Association yesterday announced the contenders for the 2012 Audie Awards. There were a record-breaking 1,250 nominees, and new this year are a separation of the SF and Fantasy categories and the Paranormal category, which was added as a special judges category last year, is now permanent. The winners will be announced at

Amazon offers students free Prime access

July 14, 2010 by | News

Students, tired of the beginning of the semester crunch?  It's a familiar scene, at Universities across the country: every year, hundreds of students pour into the bookstore in the first days of school, swelling the courtyards and bogging down your schedule with aimless waiting.  You plan ahead of time, print lists of the classes you're
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