“Learn by Doing” is the School’s style. We know that there is no substitute for operating the tools of broadcasting under the direction of broadcast professionals. The classes and studio sessions are run with the same professional informality that is found throughout the broadcast industry.
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Our 9-month hands-on, real-world technical training gives our students the tools they need to be competitive in todays’ industry. Our core program gives you the opportunity to experience the industry as it is today. Taught by working professionals and guided by experienced career services advisors, students are fully trained and prepared to enter the broadcasting industry with minimal on-the-job training.
The Advanced Film and Video Production Program provides contemporary and traditional skills in modern production of digital video content. The program helps the intermediate, or experienced multimedia professional learn more about modern styles and technical skills. The program prepares students for their field with history, pre productions, shooting, and editing skills. This program offers advanced education with the ever changing contemporary techniques of lighting, shooting, and editing.
Any fledgling sports broadcaster who hopes to succeed at this attractive career needs to understand the intricate ways in which the industry actually works and thinks. There are tricks to this trade, and before you can ever get a foot in the door, you’ll have to learn them. That’s what sports broadcasting schools are all about. The sports broadcasting program will help you acquire the trifecta of factors that every sportscaster needs to possess: talent, enthusiasm, and education.
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A Beautiful Location
Our Campus is located in a suburb of Columbus, and is accessible to all major highways. The School has a fully-equipped TV Studio and Master Control Room, in addition to 8 video editing stations. The School also has 8 fully-equipped Radio Studios and two internet Radio Stations. There are 3 classrooms, each with an instructor podium, and seating for a minimum of 28 students per classroom. For teaching aids, the classrooms can remotely monitor audio production activity in the radio studios and have TV monitors with video playback equipment.
We are located right across the street from the City of Columbus Big Walnut Park, and adjacent to Ohio’s scenic route Noe Bixby Road.