A.R.T. Work!

March 7, 2017 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

Every new term at Carolina School of Broadcasting brings exciting new changes as one cohort of students begin the basics and another cohort transitions to the specialized training and internship components of the program.  Students who complete the classroom portion can choose advanced training while they transition into the all important Internship component of the Read the full article…

Christmas Day programming on The Storm

December 21, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

It’s Christmas and gifts are being unwrapped with joy, food is being eating and good will is all around you. Let us celebrate with you while you are enjoying family and friends, we here at The Carolina School of Broadcasting and The Storm want to be your background music. Our station can now be heard Read the full article…

Body Shaming and Cyber Bullying should not be normalized!

December 5, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

“I Am not the MEdia” is a Charlotte-based non-profit with a mission to empower teens and young adults to become conscious viewers of the media, critical decision makers, and to embrace their individuality and uniqueness through media literacy and media creation.  Recently, I AM not the MEdia recently held a Teen Media Literacy Conference on Read the full article…

A day as an intern at Seacrest Studios

November 21, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

A guest post written by Carolina School of Broadcasting student, Sade Ingram On Monday November 7th I was invited to visit a few of the media outlets in Charlotte. Upon our arrival to Raycom we were lead into the building were we saw Morning Break, as it was been aired. Then we saw the reporter’s, Read the full article…

A Red Carpet Event

November 16, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

The third annual 100 Words Film Festival was held in Charlotte at the McGlohan Theatre at Spirit Square.  The festival is produced by Scott Galloway & Eric Davis of Susie Films who are themselves accomplished film makers. The 100 Words Film Festival is unlike any other film festival in the world. There is one rule Read the full article…

Horror Film in less than 100 Words

November 4, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

Emmy award winning director and writer Katie Damien is from Asheville, North Carolina. And Katie is part of this year’s 100 Words Film Festival.  She does commercial production as well as independent film work and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in film production from the University of Central Florida. In 2007 Katie began writing Read the full article…

In Just 100 Words?

November 2, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

The 100 Words Film Festival is headed back to McGlohon Theatre at Spirit Square this Friday and Saturday, November 4th & 5th! The 100 Words Film Festival is an American film festival held annually in Charlotte, North Carolina. Founded in 2014, it celebrates concise, cinematic storytelling — each film must contain exactly 100 spoken words, Read the full article…

Holly Lane talks about winning last year’s 100 Word Film Festival

October 19, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

Carolina School of Broadcasting is pleased to partner with 100 Words Film Festival.    This year’s festival will take place on November 4th and 5th in Uptown Charlotte at the McGlohon Theatre in Spirit Square. What is the 100 Words Film Festival?  The 100 Words Film Festival celebrates concise, cinematic storytelling. Each film must deliver a Read the full article…

100 Words is the Visual Twitter

October 19, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

Carolina School of Broadcasting is happy to partner with 100 Words Film Festival.         What is 100 Words Film Festival?  The 100 Words Film Festival celebrates concise, cinematic storytelling. Each film must deliver a compelling tale using exactly 100 words, challenging filmmakers to focus on the essence of the story. Given this Read the full article…

Gospel Image Awards 2016 @ Hilton University Place

September 28, 2016 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

On Saturday, September 24th students from the Carolina School of Broadcasting partnered with The Praise Café to document the 2016 Gospel Image Awards. The awards show was created to honor those who achieve spiritual excellence through Christian ministry. The event hosted some of the premiere gospel acts from all over the east coast. Groups like Read the full article…

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