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Connecticut School of Broadcasting Opens New Facility in Orlando Florida

The Connecticut School of Broadcasting has moved its Orlando campus to a new facility featuring upgraded technology and a larger radio classroom to provide students with more hands-on training in radio, television, sports broadcasting, and audio/video production.

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) December 18, 2013

The Connecticut School of Broadcasting has moved its Orlando campus to an updated facility. The new campus, located at 7087 Grand National Drive, Suite 100, is just three miles away from the previous location.

When asked about the new location, Campus Director Shayna King expressed her excitement. “Our students will have even more opportunity to get hands-on training at the new campus," she said, "because it has a larger radio classroom and upgraded technology, including new computers." At the new campus, students will be able to learn the latest broadcasting techniques using hardware and software from leading names such as Adobe, RCS/NexGen, JVC, Panasonic, Apple, Radio Systems, Avid, ProTools and Digidesign.

The nearby Tampa campus played an vital role in the move. "We want to thank our friends from the neighboring Tampa campus for helping us with the move," said King. "They worked alongside our team to put the new studios together."

In addition to the help from the Tampa campus, several graduates from the school helped with the move. In return, they got hands-on experience with building broadcasting studios. One of them, a 2013 graduate named Richard Leger, said, "I was excited to be a part of the move and installation of the new campus. All of the new and updated equipment is amazing!"

About Connecticut School of Broadcasting:

The Connecticut School of Broadcasting has 50 years of experience training the next generation of radio and television broadcasting professionals. Their 12 U.S. campuses, including a new Orlando campus, help educate future broadcasting professionals throughout the country. For more information about the Orlando campus, contact Shayna King at 407-704-8910, or visit

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