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Columbia School of Broadcasting


Columbia School of Broadcasting is the best-known authority in broadcasting training in the nation. Deejays, reporters, announcers, engineers, writers, program directors, station managers all with one thing in common: They're making it in an industry that depends on talent, determination and solid training.

With more than 11,000 radio stations and over 1,500 TV stations nationwide plus cable, broadcasting is an industry that continues to expand.

Since 1964, CSB has been the source that many of these stations have relied on to provide them with professionally trained broadcast personnel. A comprehensive broadcast curriculum and reputation for training excellence has made Columbia School of Broadcasting the recognized is leader in broadcast education in the world, and offers careers filled with challenges.

WHAT MAKES CSB UNIQUE?

CSB utilizes a unique 1 on 1 proven training that allows students to study at their own pace with a schedule customized to suit their needs.
Students are in a class of one where they have the individual attention of certified on-air instructors who are working in the industry. The program is designed to prepare students for a career in the broadcasting industry.  CSB Instructors are professional broadcasters who meet the requirements of regulations adopted by state Boards of Education. Instructors teach what is needed succeed in a highly skilled industry. The diversity of CSB instructors professional fields ensures that students will get a comprehensive range of experience to help you develop his/her own unique style.

BASIC RADIO PRODUCTION

The Basic Radio Production course gives students a background in radio production techniques typically used in radio station operations. It is designed to teach the student skills in recording sound and editing.

TELEVISION ANNOUNCING WORKSHOP

The Television Announcing Workshop gives students practical experience in front of a television camera emphasis is placed on announcing techniques and on visual appearance. Video taping sessions are collectively critiqued.

RADIO PLAY-BY-PLAY SPORTSCASTING

The Radio Play-By-Play Sports casting course provides you with the opportunity to gain the "how to" knowledge at home. You receive individual instruction, critiques, suggestions and guidance from Columbia's national instructors, including professional sportscasters, Al Epstein and Lou Riggs.

INTERNET BROADCASTING

The Introduction To Internet Broadcasting course develops students' ability to interface with the Internet using broadcasting techniques and computer skills learned in the various phases of the course. Emphasis is placed on the role of the broadcaster in utilizing the Internet as a communications medium for other then pure text submissions. The course will train our students in utilizing recording instruments, their voice talent, and personal computers to develop a final integrated program ready for streaming on the Internet in a broadcast demand mode.