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Welcome Amy Eing!

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On July 24, 2014
Amy has joined the staff of OCB Columbus as our new Admissions Representative. Amy...
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  • Amy has joined the staff of OCB Columbus as our new Admissions Representative. Amy has a strong background in admissions with 10+ years in the field; her background includes work with Columbus State Community College and Daymar College. She is well equipped to deal with any type of situation a prospective student may have and is excited to work with everyone. She has a passion for the high-energy atmosphere that the Ohio Center for Broadcasting generates each day. If you'd like to meet Amy, schedule your campus tour to find out how you can jump start your dream of working in the broadcasting industry as early as our next class.  " target="_blank">

Chris Rongey – Pre/Post Game Host – White Sox Radio Network

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On June 12, 2014
The Illinois Center for Broadcasting, would like to thank Chris Rongey, the studio host...
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Scott Mackay – Morning Show Host of FM 95.9

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On May 28, 2014
Illinois Center for Broadcasting, Chicago Campus was proud to have Scott Mackay, Morning Show...
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Ed Mann – Former NBC Mgr. Technical Operations

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On May 28, 2014
The Illinois Center for Broadcasting, Chicago Campus, was proud to have Ed Mann, who...
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MILITARY GUEST SPEAKERS AT ICB

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On May 28, 2014
The Illinois Center for Broadcasting, Chicago Campus, had Lt. Coronel Joseph Scrocca, Captain R.J....
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Allison Williams of Fox Sports FL and ESPN speaks to Miami Media School Students

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On April 28, 2014
Allison Williams took time to speak with students about her career in the sports...
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  • Allison Williams took time to speak with students about her career in the sports broadcast industry. Having moved from Michigan to Miami to study at the University of Miami, Allison had a strong desire to stay in South Florida. She was given that chance when she was offered a position as an on-air host for a small market television program. It was that role that opened other doors for her and helped her gain the on-camera experience she needed. In addition to sharing her career journey with students, Allison provided great insight into how to conduct not only sit down interviews but side line interviews. She also shared her experience on how to handle “difficult” interviews and how to prepare for game-day coverage. The tips and insight that Allison shared were valuable to the students who attended. Miami Media School would like to thank Allison Williams for taking the time to visit and speak with our students." target="_blank">

Internship Opportunities

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On April 7, 2014
Travis Winland from the Columbus campus teaming up with Brian Slater from our Lombard,...
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  • Travis Winland from the Columbus campus teaming up with Brian Slater from our Lombard, Illinois campus to call the CPD Enforcers (Chicago Police Enforcers) vs the Columbus Marauders football game at Canal Winchester High School. This is the first time any of our campuses teamed up to call a game together and it was broadcast live on our sister station SportsTownChicago.com. Great job by both....even in the rain. You have to want to be in broadcasting to do that!           CPD game" target="_blank">

Amanda Czernecki – Radiate Media – SKY5/NBC Traffic Reporter

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On April 4, 2014
The Illinois Center for Broadcasting, Chicago Campus was pleased to have traffic reporter, Amanda...
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Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart Visits ICB Chicago Campus

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On March 25, 2014
Cook County Sheriff, Tom Dart, visited the Illinois Center for Broadcasting (ICB), Chicago Campus...
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Miguel Fernandez from CBS 4 Speaks To Students

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On March 12, 2014
Miguel Fernandez, Executive Producer at CBS 4 News Miami, paid a visit to students...
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  • Miami Media School thanks Miguel Fernandez for giving his time to meet with our students. Miguel Fernandez is also on the Program Advisory Committee for Miami Media School." target="_blank">

MMS Students visit Cox Media Group

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On March 10, 2014
A group of students from Miami Media School recently paid a visit to Cox...
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  • Students receive hands-on instruction in the Hits 97-3 production studio from on-air personality and MMS assistant education director, Vic Mendez.[/caption]   [caption id='attachment_684' align='aligncenter' width='300']James T with MMS Students MMS Students pose for a photo with Hot 105 mid-day personality, James T.[/caption]   [caption id='attachment_685' align='aligncenter' width='300']MMS Students at Hits 97-3 MMS students in the Hits 97-3 studio with mid-day personality, Toni Gonzalez, and Vic Mendez.[/caption]    " target="_blank">

Ben Kennedy of WPLG Local 10 visits Miami Media School

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On March 4, 2014
On February 25, WPLG Local 10 reporter, Ben Kennedy, took time to meet with...
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  • Miami Media School would like to thank Ben Kennedy for visiting and for also serving as the guest speaker for the school’s graduating class on February 28!" target="_blank">

Brandon Launerts of NBC 6 visits Miami Media School

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On February 24, 2014
Brandon Launerts, Social Media Producer for NBC 6 South Florida, visited with students from...
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  • Brandon Launerts In his current role, Brandon has worked closely with the “TODAY” show’s social media team while on location in Miami. He has also written numerous stories for NBC6.com and has interviewed celebrities including Flo Rida, Dwyane Wade and Austin Mahone. During his visit to MMS, Brandon shared his unique story with students, offered key insights into the broadcast field and took time to answer questions. Miami Media School thanks Brandon Launerts for giving his time to meet with our students." target="_blank">

Executive Producer Sarah Lauch At ICB

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On February 12, 2014
Sarah Lauch, 13 time Emmy-award-winning producer and Executive Producer for Comcast SportsNet visited the...
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Ari Golan Visits ICB Chicago

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On January 16, 2014
Ari Golan, renown cinematographer and director met with students at the Illinois Center for...
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Sally Lou Loveman Visits ICB

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On December 17, 2013
Sally Lou Loveman, Director of Audience Services for Harpo Studios and former Audience Producer...
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Guest Speaker: Kelsey Danca Promotions Manager WJMK-FM

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On December 11, 2013
Kelsey Danca is a Promotion Manager for WJMK-FM, CBS Radio, Chicago. She recently met...
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Commissioner Peter Silvestri Visits ICB!

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On December 11, 2013
Peter Silvestri, Cook County Commissioner (9th District) continues a tradition at the Illinois Center...
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  • Peter Silvestri, Cook County Commissioner (9th District) continues a tradition at the Illinois Center for Broadcasting, Chicago Campus of inviting a public servant to be a guest speaker on Constitution Day (Sept. 16) to discuss the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. Americans have rights and liberties that citizens in a number of other countries do not enjoy. Commissioner Silvestri talked about the history of the two party system at the time of the drafting of the Constitution, that was comprised of the Democratic-Republican party (that believed highly in states rights) and the Federalists (who believed that the country should be run by a strong federal government). At the time of the creation of the Constitution, the people who enjoyed the greatest benefit from the document were men that happen to be rich white land-owners. Americans don’t want to be told what they can or can’t read, which religion they can or can’t participate in or the basic right to a freedom of speech. But the courts have at times upheld guarantees regarding freedom of speech, even if the public and or government in power does not agree with platforms and issues proffered by certain groups (that have at times included the Nazi party members who live in the U.S.). Students engaged in a lively repartee with Commissioner Silvestri who emphasized that the Constitution is the law of the land. The beauty of the Constitution is that the document allows itself to be interpreted in keeping with the times and that is exactly what has happened through the auspices of the Supreme Court, which has corrected itself over the years. Our system has checks and balances because it is a three-tier platform that consists of an executive, legislative and judicial branch of government. Peter pointed out that the most controversial of all the amendments was the Equal Rights Amendment, which was first introduced in 1923 but did not get the number of votes for passage till much later in the 20th Century. We want to thank Commissioner Peter Silvestri for taking time out of his busy day to meet with the students of the Illinois Center for Broadcasting on Constitution Day." target="_blank">

A Golden Voice visits Columbus Campus

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On November 27, 2013
Voice over artist and author Ted Williams (the Golden Voice) stopped in to speak...
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  • Voice over artist and author Ted Williams (the Golden Voice) stopped in to speak with our afternoon and evening classes at the Columbus campus of the Ohio Center for Broadcasting. He signed copies of his book “A Golden Voice: How Faith, Hard Work, and Humility Brought Me from the Streets to Salvation” while here. Ted is known by many as the individual who was discovered by a local newspaper reporter as a homeless person begging on a street corner in Columbus, Ohio. For a donation Ted would speak his 'golden voice'. After being discovered he has gone on to do voice over work, most notably, for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese saying those all familiar words “you know you love it!”" target="_blank">