I'm a recent graduate. Very pleased with the services I'm getting post graduation in getting my demos prepared. But it's really up to the student. The student has to take advantage of the services the school has to offer. The school and the instructors won't do the work for you. Many people go in thinking after 16 weeks, they'll waltz right in to radio or tv. The bottom line is, while the school is an excellent stepping stone into broadcasting, it's the student's own fortitude that will ultimately determine his/her success. The school is still new (as opposed to the ones up north) so it still has some quirks to smooth out.
Posted: 1/24/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review