Tour Our Studios:
A studio tour is your chance to test drive the equipment used in real radio and television studios, meet our instructors, and get answers to your questions.
Here's what makes us different from other broadcasting schools
From your first day of classes you'll be working with the equipment used by real radio and television professionals - not sitting in a classroom taking notes.
Small Class Sizes
Class sizes are deliberately small and our instructors give you personalized attention. Students love the team atmosphere and working on studio projects.
Instructors Work In The Industry
There's nothing better than learning from instructors who work in the broadcast industry. In many cases, your instructor could be your future employer!
Use of Our Studios
Students are always welcome to use our studios. Stay on top of the ever-changing technology, work on your demo, or practice your on-air performance.
As a graduate, you'll be welcomed into a family of professional broadcasters who can help you get ahead in your broadcasting career.
50 Year History
For 50 years, we've been training people for careers in radio and television broadcasting. We've built a reputation as a top broadcasting school.
Get Trained in Months - Not Years
Many of our students don't have the time or desire to go to school for several years. We can train you for a career in broadcasting in months.
Job Placement Assistance
We know what prospective employers look for in applicants. We'll help you prepare your demo, polish your resumé, and prepare for job interviews.
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WNZF NewsRadio in Palm Coast brought on CSB grad Richard Carroll to intern. Within weeks, he was trusted with field reporting, sports updates, and imaging production for the station and sister station 92.7 The Beach.