Connecticut School of Broadcasting

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Connecticut School of Broadcasting
Administrative staff
150 (est)
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Campus5 campuses located in Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey, and North Carolina.

The Connecticut School of Broadcasting is now the CSB Media Arts Center and is the largest group of Digital Media Arts Schools (Broadcast Media School, Code School, Social Media Marketing School, and Film School) that trains students for careers in emerging technologies. The original CSB school was founded as a Broadcast Media training school and has evolved the program to include: on-air and/or behind-the-scenes in Audio/Video Production, Television, Podcasting, Sportscasting, and Radio. CSB Media Arts Center also offers training to be a Web Developer (Code School), Social Media Marketing Specialist (Social Media Marketing School), Digital Filmmaker (Film School), and Mobile Application Designer and Developer.

The Web Developer Program prepares students for entry level work as a Jr. Web Developer. Learn to Code. The full stack course is taught by industry professionals and the curriculum was chosen specifically to suit the needs of the local job market. Students learn to understand coding logic using PHP and JavaScript, web design using HTML, CSS, Bootstrap and relational databases using SQL.

The Social Media Marketing Specialist Program teaches students to successfully market a business or brand utilizing social media and other digital marketing strategies and tools. Students will learn how to use social media as a tool to increase brand awareness, obtain leads, and increase sales. Throughout the course, students will utilize the skills they’ve learned on each of the social media platforms they have learned to create projects for a mock brand or company. The final Capstone Project will track the results of their campaigns.

The Digital Filmmaking Program trains students how to write, shoot, direct, and edit their own short, character-driven comedy, drama, or horror short films. Students can also have the option of creating a television pilot. Students will shoot on HD cameras, learn industry standard lighting techniques, and edit on Adobe Premiere Pro. Students train in small group classes and are taught by industry professionals. The training program has four main components: screen-writing, pre-production, production, and post-production. The CSB Media Arts Center has five campuses in CT, NJ, NC, and FL of the United States. Not all campuses offer the same programs. [1]


Founded in 1964 by Dick Robinson as a small, private school in Connecticut, now has 5 campuses along the east coast and has grown to become the CSB Media Arts Center offering programs in Broadcast Media (Broadcast Media School), Web Development (Code School), Social Media Marketing (Social Media Marketing School), Digital Filmmaking (Film School), Mobile Application Design and Development. CSB Media Arts Center is the nation's largest group of Digital Media Arts Schools.

Instructional methods

Day and evening classes are offered. Classes are taught by industry professionals who work in the business and become network sources for students and grads. CSB Media Arts Center uses a seasonal semester schedule, providing 8-week day and 16-week evening classes in March, July and November. The Charlotte campus has an extended curriculum lasting eight months. All schools teach in either a hybrid model (Broadcast Media Program and Digital Filmmaking) where a portion of the program is taught online and hands-on training happens on-site at the campus studios. Some programs are offered 100% online. Inquire within your local campus. [2]Most Schools are VA Approved and our FL Campus is a partner with Career Source Broward, and Career Source Palm Beach County


CSB Media Arts Center has multiple campuses in the continental United States, primarily in larger cities, offering its students and alumni, in good standing, use of their equipment and labs/studios, for the life of the school. Programs are offered in the following cities:


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  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-02-10. Retrieved 2010-02-04.CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link)

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Latitude and Longitude:

41°42′56″N 72°48′27″W / 41.7155°N 72.8076°W / 41.7155; -72.8076