Few careers are more exciting and rewarding than a career in television. For every person you see in front of the camera, there are many more working behind the scenes. As a student, you'll learn important TV broadcasting skills including how to operate a studio camera, run a television control room, and edit digital video. Class sizes are small, and our instructors give you personalized attention.
Connecticut School of Broadcasting, Reinventing Training in Broadcast Media.
From your first day as a student, you'll work with the state-of-the-art equipment and software used in a real television studio - TelePrompters, Studio Cameras, Lighting, Avid, Final Cut Pro, and much more. Our hands-on approach to training gives you the studio time needed to master the fundamentals of television broadcasting.
Our instructors are industry professionals that work in real television studios. They'll help you develop your on-air performance, perfect your ad-libbing technique, show you how to read a TelePrompTer, and much more. They'll also share their invaluable experiences working in the industry, and give you tips on how to climb the ladder of success.
The day I started at Connecticut School of Broadcasting was the day my career began. I made the decision to attend CSB because I had one goal. To be a reporter. I was attending College pursuing my Journalism & Mass Communication degree when I heard about Connecticut School of Broadcasting. When I graduated from CSB, I got an opportunity to intern with WFOR-CBS 4 in Miami and ended up working there for four years in production and in the newsroom. Now, I fulfilled my goal and became a reporter for News 12 in Beaumont, Texas. I have a feeling I will not stop there. Thank you, Connecticut School of Broadcasting for getting my foot in the door.