Communications Students Create ‘Buzz’ with Tenth Life Video Production

| September 3, 2013

A group of Webster University School of Communications (SOC) students have seen their class project turn into an Internet hit.

The Spring 2013 Production House course (VIDE 4500) made a video for the nonprofit organization Tenth Life, which helps out sick and injured cats in the bi-state (Missouri and Illinois) region. The video was unveiled last week, and almost immediately was featured on the website Buzzfeed, one of the 100 most trafficked websites in the United States.

Buzzfeed’s page titled it, “This Is The Most Adorable Video Ever,” with more than 29,000 views as of Tuesday morning. The clip was also picked up on Neatorama, MSN Now, Jezebel, and Boing Boing.

The video was a collaboration between video production assistant professor Aaron AuBuchon‘s Production House class and adjunct faculty member Adam Frick‘s Soundtracks class in the SOC’s Department of Audio Aesthetics and Technology. AuBuchon’s class took care of the visuals, while Frick’s class handled the sound.

Watch the video embedded above, through this YouTube link, or spread the buzz through this Webster Facebook posting.

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  1. Debra Carpenter says:

    Way to go SOC video students and their prof, Aaron AuBuchon!