Connecticut School Of Broadcasting

Connecticut School Of Broadcasting Reviews & Complaints

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Published: 15 May 2018

Posted by: Ferrel

CSB is a total scam. $11000 for what? You can get a AA degree in broadcasting from your local junior college for less than half that. I went to the CSB in northern NJ back in the early 90s when it was in Rochelle Park, NJ. Back then it was like $4000 to go. The place is a total joke. The equipment is outdated and never working properly. Their claim of “helping you start a career in broadcasting” consisted of photocopied pages from a broadcasting magazine. If you really want to test the value of a CSB education, send out fake resumes to broadcast stations with CSB listed as your most important educational achievement. Watch as you receive hundreds of form letter rejections in return. Think about that before you spend that $11000. If you folks really want a broadcasting career, buy an iPod and begin podcasting yourself about any subject you”re interested in. Let the word spread and you”ll find yourself on a legit path to broadcasting credibility. No real broadcasting facility will ever consider you with CSB on your resume. You either need an AA or BA degree or you need to prove yourself by cultivating a following on your own via something like a popular podcast.

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