There has never been a better time to start a career in audio/video production. Almost everything you hear and see in the media and on the Internet, was created by a team of professionals. We can help you switch from your current career path to the more exciting world of audio and video production. You’ll get the hands-on training you need to pursue a career as a producer, camera operator, sound designer, video editor - the possibilities are endless.
Connecticut School of Broadcasting, Reinventing Training in Broadcast Media.
From the first day you start classes, you’ll be working with the same equipment and software that the pros use - HD cameras, professional lighting and sound, Adobe Audition, Pro Tools, Final Cut Pro, and more. When you graduate, you'll be prepared to walk into any radio station or video production facility and get right to work.
Students are always welcome to use our studios. Stay on top of the ever-changing technology, work on your demos, and keep with the latest video and audio editing software and techniques.
Before Connecticut School of Broadcasting, I felt I was living each day on repeat. I'd wake up to go to a grocery store to do the same tasks and leave at the same time. There was nothing exciting or fulfilling about my life, until I came to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. I've always had a love for video production and videography which is what sparked my interest in the school. Once at the school I learned more in depth details about the world of production and found a love for the audio side of the industry. A week after graduating the school set me up with an internship with iRockRadio.com. My internship turned into a job after a few short weeks and I've been working there for a year recording everything from stage announcements to interviews to live in studio performances. Every day I do something different and continue to learn more in a field of work I love. I feel incredibly lucky to be a part of the iRockRadio team, and to have such an amazing job. I owe it all to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting for what I learned to further myself and the connections I made with people in the industry.