Broadcasting Schools

Perusing the internet has left more questions than answers as it relates to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting.  Apparently, the school abruptly closed its doors and filed for bankruptcy in early March, only to reportedly re-open a couple of weeks later. 
I can’t say definitively whether the Connecticut School of Broadcasting is actually operating and when it does, if it’s actually for you.  What I can say is, if you’re thinking about enrolling, please be careful.  What I can also say is, if you’re a broadcast performer, we can help you to break into the business for less than a third of what it apparently costs to enroll in a broadcasting trade school.  And we specialize in highly-personalized, one-on-one coaching.

At www.marczumoff.com, we hear your dreams and together with you, come up with a plan that helps you to achieve those dreams.  We’ll help you assess your education and experience, coach you in broadcast performance—be it news, sports or any other area of expertise—produce your demo DVD, craft your resume and then carefully coach you through the process of career development.  As we like to say, we’re personal, comprehensive and accessible.  We’re available by telephone, email or in-person consultation as often as necessary and for as long as it takes to help you break into the business.  And here’s the best part: we’re with you for the lifetime of your broadcasting career, helping you with coaching and career development long after your first gig. 

Trade schools?  For less than a third of the price, why not get private, personalized, thorough one-on-one coaching that will help you get where you want to be—that will help you achieve the dream you’ve always had?

Get in touch at www.marczumoff.com.  We’ll be happy to tell you all about it. 

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