Financial Aid: Yes
City: Oklahoma City
Street: 4511 SE 29th St
Founded in 1970 by Del Cockrell, American Broadcasting School has evolved in one of the most respectable broadcasting training schools in the US. The school was establishes with the intent to educate qualified entry-level Announcers (DJ's), Newscasters, Sportscasters, Copywriters, Production Directors and Account Executives.
American Broadcasting School today has four campus locations in Oklahoma and Texas whose physical facilities total over 50 state-of-the-art On the Air practice studios and more than 30 Digital Production editing bays.
The Broadcasting program is 43 weeks long. Throughout the program, students are provided with in depth training in the field of radio broadcasting, specializing in such areas as radio announcing, writing and production of commercials, writing and delivering of newscasts and sportscasts, FCC rules and regulations, Digital Production, Computer-Based Broadcast Technology, and "hands on" control room operation.
The curriculum of the program includes such courses as:
Financial aid opportunities for students who qualify include federal loan and grant programs.
Accreditation and Recognition
American Broadcasting School is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET). Moreover, the School is approved for training by the United States Department of Education. All the graduates of American Broadcasting School receive lifetime Job Placement Assistance from the school.