The Carolina School of Broadcasting is committed to providing an educational environment, where classroom instruction combined with hands on training and real life application allows the students to learn the basic skill set necessary to obtain entry level employment in the broadcast industry.
The school is committed to helping the students develop and direct their particular area of talent or expertise, leading to long-term career placement. Carolina School of Broadcasting prepares its students for careers in the creative and technical aspects of the industry and those industries ancillary to broadcasting.
Carolina School of Broadcasting prepares its students for entry-level careers in the creative and technical aspects of the industry. Overarching the industry skills taught at CSB are Content Development and Content Management. Specifically the skills taught at CSB include, but are not limited to copy writing for news, sports, commercial advertising, social media and digital branding, news reporting, news and commercial announcing, control board operations, digital audio, automation, programming, commercial production, producing, directing, assistant directing, switching, transcribing, logging, non-linear editing, scripting, media ethics, media literacy, new media, in studio and field camera operations, sales and administration.
Carolina School of Broadcasting is committed to delivering an educational experience that meets the vocational demands of the students it trains and the industry it supplies. Carolina School of Broadcasting is accredited by the ACCSC, approved by the U. S. Department of Education and licensed by the NCCCS. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify and Veterans may utilize the Montgomery G.I. Bill.
ACCSC has recognized Carolina School of Broadcasting as a 2013-2014 ACCSC School of Excellence
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