When you work in sports broadcasting, going behind-the-scenes of a professional sporting event is just part of your job. Imagine the excitement of working a camera on the sidelines of a pro football game, interviewing one of your favorite players, or hearing your voice echo through a stadium full of thousands of screaming fans! We can provide you with the hands-on training you need to make it happen. Class schedules are flexible and financial assistance is available to qualified students.
Connecticut School of Broadcasting, Reinventing Training in Broadcast Media.
As the nation's largest group of broadcast media schools, we've built a nationwide network of alumni and professional contacts. We know what prospective employers look for in successful applicants. We'll help you create a resume and demo that will give you a clear advantage when looking for that first position.
I walked into Connecticut School of Broadcasting with a lifetime of work in Emergency Services and I was looking for a change. I graduated from CSB and got into an Internship at University of Pennsylvania in their Athletic Department [Division 1]. The internship was initially just geared for Video and Video Editing.Thanks to the hands-on training I received at CSB, I had the knowledge and drive that was necessary to help UPENN re-launch their online streaming network: The Penn Sports Network. Now, Penn Sports Network has created opportunities for other CSB graduates to live their dreams of being in sports broadcasting. None of it would have been possible without the staff, instructors and legacy of CSB! I look back on the career I have had in broadcasting so far.... I can truly say that I have been blessed to be a part of memorable moments, incredible people and life changing experiences. None of them would have been possible if I did not attend a Studio Tour. Thank you CSB!