At the Carolina School of Broadcasting, you will not be made to pour through boring and obsolete textbooks on far-flung broadcast theory. Nor will you have to endure endless, tedious lectures by people who have never seen the inside of a radio or television station.
All of our instructors are successful broadcast professionals; men and women currently working in or associated with the broadcast industry.
At the Carolina School of Broadcasting, you receive a practical education, with lessons derived from real-world situations. We are ever mindful of the old Chinese proverb: I hear I forget, I see and I remember. I do and I understand.
Much of your educational experience will be hands-on. You will actually write news copy and commercials; you will engage all the jobs at the school’s radio station; you will work on a TV news magazine show; you will perform on mic and on camera; you will create promotional campaigns; you will produce and direct the news, you will interview guests for a community affairs program; you will produce audio commercials. And you will gain valuable on-the-job-practical experience by interning in the real world, working along side industry professionals.
“We must remember that education is not enough. Intelligence plus character—that is the true goal of education.” – Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.