We're proud of our heritage as the nation's oldest and largest group of broadcasting schools. Here's a look back at how we've changed over the years.
1964 - Connecticut School of Broadcasting is born!
School for Broadcasting
Renowned Hartford radio personality, Dick Robinson, opens a new school to teach the fundamentals of radio broadcasting.
We add a second campus in nearby Stratford, Connecticut. Soon, the school for broadcasting would expand to 10 campuses up and down the east coast.
We expand our radio-based curriculum to cover television as well. Cameras, TelePrompTers and linear editing decks fill the schools, as students prepare for lights, camera, action!
Connecticut School of Broadcasting ushers in the digital age! Tapes, records and carts are replaced by computers, CD’s and mini-disks.
2006 - 2009
In 2006, Dick sold the school to a division of Credit Suisse. In May 2009, Dick bought back the school, updated the equipment, and now.... We’re Back!
2010 - 2011
We launched All Noise Radio - our very own internet radio station powered by Connecticut School of Broadcasting students! In addition, students now have online access to video tutorials, forums, and more. We opened our 12th campus in Miami, FL.
2011 - 2012
Connecticut School of Broadcasting introduces Spanish curriculum into our Miami / Fort Lauderdale campus.
Connecticut School of Broadcasting's Charlotte campus becomes an APPLE AUTHORIZED TRAINING CENTER.
We launched Job Center, a web based tool that gives CSB students and graduates exclusive access to hundreds of job opportunities in radio, television, sports broadcasting, and audio/video production.
Connecticut School of Broadcasting celebrates 50 years of helping people start careers in radio, television, sports broadcasting, and audio/video production.