Carolina Connection Episode #18

February 15, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

Join Carolina School Of Broadcasting and our community partner station WSOC-TV for Episode #18 of Carolina Connection. The show airs Sunday, March 25, 2018 – 1:30-2:00pm. Likewise, you can click here to stream the program live on Sunday, March 17th at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 5pm. Carolina Connection hosts (seen above) Yamaris Osario and Jake Elder filmed their segments on location at the Carolinas Aviation Read the full article…

Connecting With Davidson College

February 15, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

With the help of Carolina School Of Broadcasting, student Mark Baker is living out his dream. While WFNZ listeners might know him as ‘Mark From Gastonia’ or ‘MFG’, as these photos show, Mr Baker is also getting a reputation around the Davidson College Athletics Department. After a brief stint in the Promotions Department at Entercom Communications, Read the full article…

Pro Bowl Memories

February 1, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

By Carolina School Of Broadcasting Co-Director Alyson Young   It’s not every day that Sir Purr, a camera crew, Cheerleaders,  and Carolina Panthers‘ staff members show up at your office. Lucky for me they showed up at the Carolina School of Broadcasting – in December, to surprise me with a trip to the 2018 Pro Bowl Read the full article…

Welcome Ms. Terri Avery

January 30, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

Carolina School Of Broadcasting is pleased to welcome Ms. Terri Avery to our instructional family. Ms. Avery’s extensive and varied background makes her the perfect fit as Station Manager for The Storm, as well as the school’s Audio Assets Manager. Although a native New Yorker, Avery landed her first full-time radio job at KKDA radio station Read the full article…

Success As A Carolina School Of Broadcasting Alumni

January 24, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

by Donnie Sydnor (Carolina School Of Broadcasting Instructor) As a long time Broadcast Instructor, I am always excited when the opportunity arises to foster another great relationship between Media companies, the Broadcast school and it’s students. Today, Rueben Muiruri stopped by his alma mater, the Carolina School of Broadcasting and did just that. He brought Read the full article…

Wherever You Go … There’s Radio

January 24, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post, uncategorized · Comment 

Enthusiasts of country music might know the all star trio from their respective work with Restless Heart, Lonestar, and Little Texas. However, when joining forces Richie McDonald, Tim Rushlow, and Larry Stewart create the aptly-titled Frontmen Of Country. Their single, “If It Wasn’t For The Radio” caught our collective ears and reminded us of the power that radio Read the full article…

Honoring Fallen Heroes

January 24, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comment 

The Carolina School of Broadcasting would like to take a moment to honor fallen York County Deputy Mike Doty. Officer Doty’s life was taken on a domestic disturbance call that turned deadly on January 16, 2018. There were three other officers who were shot and injured as well. Officer Doty was involved with the York Read the full article…

Stepping Into Year 62

January 10, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comments Off on Stepping Into Year 62 

On January 2, 2018 Carolina School Of Broadcasting celebrated its 61st year of continuous operation in the Charlotte, NC market. It was over six decades ago that trailblazing broadcaster and local entrepreneur William A. Vaughn began an educational institution that would offer real-world experience in every facet of the perpetually evolving broadcast industry. Simply put, Vaughn Read the full article…

Tribute to Martin Luther King

January 10, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post, uncategorized · Comments Off on Tribute to Martin Luther King 

Click the banner (above) to view Carolina School Of Broadcasting‘s video tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This video features the voices of Carolina School Of Broadcasting staff and instructors, the effort was produced and edited by John Darling and Chris Tyndell.

Why Carolina School Of Broadcasting …

January 3, 2018 · Posted in Blog Post · Comments Off on Why Carolina School Of Broadcasting … 

At Carolina School of Broadcasting we mentor each student to reach their own level of success. Similarly, our primary Educational Objective reaches well beyond that of class room and hands-on instruction. We embolden each student so that they are fully equipped with the cutting-edge and state-of-the-art skill sets required to successfully interface with multi-media platforms of the 21st Read the full article…

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