If you ever attend a Studio Tour here at our Lawrenceville, Ga Campus of Connecticut School of Broadcasting, one thing you will hear me say repeatedly and with conviction is that you have to be “in position for success”.
I am about to save you thousands in self-help books. Every inspirational message on how to achieve your dreams from the Dali Lama to Tony Robbins really boils down to three things. Let's review them.
Over the New Year Holiday, Baseball players of all ages arrived at Marlins Park in Miami to compete is one of the best amateur baseball events of all time - The International Power Showcase! Connecticut School of Broadcasting students (from our Miami and North Palm Beach campuses) were honored to capture all the action live, in an experience CSB South Florida Campus Coordinator, Erica Lynn, believes is priceless!
Many opportunities in this industry do not come along by accident. Mostly it is “right place, right time, right skill sets”. Otherwise known as hard work and networking. FIVE Connecticut School of Broadcasting Boston graduates were the recipient of a perfect timing opportunity just a few weeks ago and the end result was a paid gig at one of Boston’s biggest NHL events!
The New Year always brings to mind resolutions that involve giving something up or becoming better at something or doing more of something that's better for you. Change can sometimes be challenging but not when it involves finally making your passions come to life! Tired of working the daily grind at your job and ready to step up to an exciting and rewarding career d...
Connecticut School of Broadcasting @ Charlotte graduate Ashley Stroehlein is getting plenty of attention. The former high school math teacher was recently hired as a sports reporter at CBS television affiliate WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina. Just last month, she covered one of the most viewed Carolina Panthers games in recent franchise history, as they
Following graduation from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, I was hired as a news reporter in West Palm Beach, Florida. Being the rookie that year, I was one of the staff members assigned to work during almost all major holidays. Turns out, it was an easy gig, and looking back I see now that we weren't reporting news
How long will it take you to make 10 times more money than you earn today? Unlike most industries, creative fields compensate people based on their level of talent and professionalism. They do not generally take count seniority, prestigious degrees, or years of experience (although these attributes may contribute to a person's skill level). A professional video
This Wednesday, is a special day at Connecticut School of Broadcasting. On Veteran’s Day we honor the men and women who have and continue to serve so valiantly in our US Armed Forces. We also thought we’d take the time to salute a few of our more recent graduates that chose Connecticut School of Broadcasting
You're Invited! Special SATURDAY Studio Tour THIS WEEKEND Saturday, October 10th at 11am What's the best way to see what our Atlanta campus is all about? Come in for a Studio Tour! It's your chance to test drive the same equipment used in professional radio and television studios. You'll get a chance to meet some of our instructors
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