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Why Earn a Degree in Radio & TV Broadcasting?

A program offering a degree in radio and television broadcasting prepares individuals by providing them the skills and knowledge necessary to operate in that field. Individuals participating in such programs will learn how radio and television is broadcast, the technical aspects of such transmissions, and the use of the machines that facilitate broadcast.

Individuals will be responsible for the maintenance of such equipment. As a result, programs will also focus on how such systems work, where errors may occur, and how they may be remedied quickly to resume broadcast as quickly as possible. Students will also learn about the basics of performing on radio or television. Programs are typically offered at the associate or bachelor level, with bachelor degrees offering more immediate career opportunities.

Career Summary

MEDIAN SALARY

$48,170

PERCENT ABOVE NATIONAL
INCOME AVERAGE

23.06%

TOTAL SECTOR EMPLOYMENT

29,210

Degree Median Salary vs Adjacent Degree Types

Source: BLS, US Census, and IPEDS

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Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is a public research university that is a world leader in education, research and medical healthcare. When it was founded in 1876 by benefactor Johns Hopkins, it was divided into the university and a separate hospital - The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Today the university has three major campuses: the headquarters "Homewood" campus in Baltimore, a campus in Washington, D.C., and a campus in Montgomery County, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University also maintains learning facilities throughout the Baltimore-Washington area and in China and Italy.

The Homewood Campus sits on 140 acres of green space and offers courses for part-time and full-time undergraduates, as well as programs for full-time graduate students. Part-time coursework is also available to master's degree students.

Johns Hopkins Institutions are comprised of the university and the Johns Hopkins Health System. Together, these institutions are the state's largest private employer.

Johns Hopkins programs rank first among U.S. universities in many areas, including federally funded research programs, the School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Johns Hopkins faculty members and their research colleagues have won more federal research and development funding than any other university in the U.S. since 1979.

History

Johns Hopkins University was opened in 1876 with the mission to provide "knowledge for the world."  From the beginning, Johns Hopkins administrators believed that research and teaching are interdependent, so both areas have developed at an even pace over more than 130 years.

Academics

The general academic calendar for Johns Hopkins University follows the semester format, with fall, spring and summer semesters. However, the summer semester is divided into several "Summer Sessions." There is a "Winter Intersession" offered in January.

Each of Johns Hopkins University's nine schools maintains separate academic calendars, which may vary somewhat from the general academic calendar. Students are encouraged to consult the academic calendar for their specific school within the university to determine their schedules.

Colleges and Schools

  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
  • Whiting School of Engineering
  • Carey Business School
  • School of Education
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Nursing
  • Peabody Institute
  • Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) 

The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a division of the university that is equal to the nine schools, but with a non-academic, research-based mission. APL is located between Baltimore and Washington. It supports national security and pursues space science, exploration of the Solar System and other civilian research and development.

The schools of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing share a campus in east Baltimore with The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Peabody Institute, a professional school of music, is located on Mount Vernon Place in downtown Baltimore. SAIS is located in Washington's Dupont Circle area.  The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, the Whiting School of Engineering, the School of Education and the Carey Business School are based at the Homewood campus in northern Baltimore, which is considered the headquarters of Johns Hopkins University.

Student Life

The Homewood Campus of Johns Hopkins University is a community within a larger city for the students who reside there. Residential halls offer on-campus housing, and students on campus enjoy a range of meal plans and dining options. There are things to do around campus year-round, with outdoor movies shown at the quad in summer, an annual speaker series, and more than 360 student groups, clubs and organizations that cover every interest. The fine arts and performing arts communities are very active on campus, offering a full calendar of entertainment. For more ideas about what to do on campus, students may access the events calendar online at www.event.jhu.edu.

JHU students can access a host of services and resources online, where they will find links to student affairs, calendars, libraries, fitness and health centers, ministries, campus facilities, ID card services, and more.

The Arts and Culture at The Johns Hopkins University is thriving. Students can choose from some of the following:

  • Homewood Museum
  • Evergreen Museum & Library
  • Homewood Art Workshops Gallery
  • Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
  • WJHU, Johns Hopkins Student Radio
  • Ballroom Dance Club
  • Digital Media Center
  • Johns Hopkins Film Fest
  • Hopkins Symphony Orchestra
  • JHU Symposium on Foreign Affairs
  • Homewood Arts Programs
  • Barnstormers Theater Group
  • Johns Hopkins University Theatre

Traditions

The traditional school colors for Johns Hopkins University are light "Columbia" blue and black, with white as an accent color. The school mascot is a blue jay, and the athletic teams are nicknamed the Johns Hopkins "Blue Jays." The Athletic Department was founded in 1876.

Athletics

The Johns Hopkins "Blue Jays" athletic teams have won many state and national championships while competing in several intercollegiate sports, including:

Men's Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Fencing
  • Football
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Water Polo
  • Wrestling

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Fencing
  • Field Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball

Satellite Campuses

  • Homewood
  • East Baltimore
  • Peabody Campus
  • SAIS Washington
  • SAIS Bologna
  • SAIS Nanjing
  • Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Washington, D.C., Center
  • Montgomery County
  • Columbia, Md.

Community Life

The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) is an initiative that forms a vital connection with East Baltimore. The UHI fosters University and community partnerships in health care, education and community planning. The UHI works with local residents, educators, philanthropic organizations, elected representatives and community leaders, in addition to the wealth of intellectual resources at JHU.

A community garden is underway on the Johns Hopkins at Eastern campus, due to the efforts of a small group of students and support from several university offices.

The garden was created for Real Food Hopkins, a student-run group committed to bringing local, sustainable, humane and fairly priced food to the Homewood campus and the surrounding Baltimore area.

There are many things for students and visitors to see and do in Baltimore, Maryland. The Maryland seafood is world-famous; there are many city festivals and events to enjoy, including Restaurant Week in Baltimore's Inner Harbor area or the Preakness Stakes. The Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens play at Camden Yards.

Other activities include the Art, Cultural and Historic Museums, the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History, among others.

Acceptance Rate

11.17

Student to Faculty Ratio

7:1

New York University's main campus is located in Greenwich Village. It is a private, non-sectarian, research university and the largest non-profit institution of higher learning in the US. Study abroad facilities are located in a wide variety of countries around the globe. New sites are planned for Abu Dhabi in 2010 and Washington DC in 2012.

History

New York University was established on April 18, 1831 by bankers, merchants and traders in order to provide young men with a higher education. They were to be admitted on merit alone, with no focus on social status or birthright.

On April 12, 1831, the New York State Legislature gave the school its charter and it was incorporated as the University of the City of New York. The name was changed to New York University in 1896 by popular demand. The first students were welcomed in 1832 and attended classes in rented rooms of Clinton Hall.

Academics

New York University is ranked 22nd of the world's top universities by the Global University Ranking. It is made up of 16 colleges, institutions and schools. When the university was founded, the only school was the College of Arts and Science.

Undergraduate schools include:

  • Education of Human Development
  • Gallatin School of Individualized Study
  • School of Social Work
  • Stunhardt School of Culture
  • Polytechnic Institute of New York University
  • Stern School of Business
  • Tisch School of Arts

Postgraduate schools include:

  • Institute of Fine Arts
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Dentistry
  • Institute of Study of the Ancient World
  • School of Law
  • Courant School of Mathematical Sciences
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Continuing and Professional Studies
  • Graduate School of Arts and Science
  • Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

New York University is the only private university in the US with two medical schools, as it also awards the degrees for Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

Campuses

New York State University's buildings are situated on approximately 229 acres between 14th Street in the north, Broadway on the east, Avenue of the Americas to the west and Houston Street to the south. Washington Square Park is the core of New York University's buildings and has been since 1970. The Washington Square Arch is the unofficial symbol of the University.

During the 1990s, New York University became a double square university when a second community was established around Union Square. Other campuses and facilities include but are not limited to:

  • Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine
  • New York University Medical Center
  • Belleview Hospital Center

Athletics

New York University's sports teams are known as the Violets. Their colors are violet and white. Dictated by geography and history, Columbia University are their rival. The University's team mascot is the bobcat. Most of New York University's sport teams participate in the University Athletic Association and the NCAA's Division III.

Student Life

The governing student body at New York University is the Student Senators Council. The University has more than 350 clubs and organizations for students on campus. These include fraternities, sororities, sports teams and those that focus on arts, culture and entertainment.

New York University first formed a Greek community in 1837. Greek  life at New York University is governed by four boards.

Community Life

New York is known as The City That Never Sleeps and there is much to see and do. Take in a festival, enjoy nightlife, enjoy a Broadway show or visit Rockefeller Center or Central Park.

There are an abundance of free venues, such as Central Park Stage, Brooklyn Museum, BB King Blues Club and Grill, Studio Museum of Harlem, Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum. Be sure to check times for free admission and also check out other free venues. There's something for everyone in New York City.

Acceptance Rate

16.2

Student to Faculty Ratio

9:1

College of the Ozarks, a nonprofit private institution, offers a large number of program options, allowing students to choose which major is right for them. Located in Point Lookout, MO, the school resides in a rural setting for students to study in. The school maintains a Presbyterian Church affiliation, which is evident in the role it plays in program curriculums and daily life at the school. Approximately a thousand students are enrolled annually at College of the Ozarks.

Students can select from several areas of study, including:

  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Health And Clinical Professions
  • Education
  • Security And Protective Services

The admissions process will include the submission of an application, transcripts, and standardized test scores, which are then evaluated by the admissions office. Students may submit either the ACT or SAT scores to be considered for admissions to this school. A score in a range of 1650 - 1760 on the SAT, or 21 - 24 for the ACT is common among accepted students. Admission to this school is considered highly competitive, with only 9% of students who applied being admitted. More information on admissions can be found at cofo.edu.

The cost of tuition is close to $20,000, but may change per year. Students are encouraged to visit the school's net price calculator to better estimate their personal tuition costs. The price of on-campus housing is about $3,000 annually. College of the Ozarks may offer financial aid for students who are eligible in the form of scholarships, grants, and loans.

The College of the Ozarks Bobcats participate in several intercollegiate athletic programs, as part of the NAIA organization. Available sports offered:

  • Baseball (NAIA Division II)
  • Basketball (NAIA Division II)
  • Volleyball (NAIA Division II)

Students who would like to see more about College of the Ozarks may check out their website at http://www.cofo.edu.

Acceptance Rate

10.26

Student to Faculty Ratio

14:1

Rowan University is a public institution located in Glassboro, New Jersey and provides a large number of educational opportunities for students. Rowan University has a yearly student enrollment of nearly eleven thousand. A list of some of the more popular programs offered are:

  • Education
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Security And Protective Services
  • Psychology
  • Communication Technology
To be considered for admissions, students may be asked to fill out an application, write a personal statement, and submit school transcripts, which are then studied by admissions staff. Most students at this school scored within the range of 1530 to 1760 on the SAT. 57% of applicants are accepted to Rowan University, of which 35% choose to enroll. More information on admissions can be found here. The tuition at this school varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay approximately $13,000 per year and out-of-state residents are charged $22,000 per year. The price of on-campus housing is around $7,400 per year. Students at Rowan University may be eligible for aid which is typically grants and loans. The Rowan University Professors participate in several intercollegiate athletic programs, within the NCAA organization. Athletic programs that are available may include:
  • Baseball (NCAA Division III)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division III)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division III)
To see a full list of academic programs offered, enrollment information, financial aid details, and more, please visit the school's website at www.rowan.edu.

Acceptance Rate

74.34

Student to Faculty Ratio

17:1

Drexel University is a top public research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Drexel University offers more than 200 academic degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Many of its academic programs are nationally ranked, and the renowned faculty is made up of leaders in their fields.

Drexel University excels at offering a convergence between theoretical and practical approaches to learning, integrating media, technologies and sciences to create a learning environment that includes research, discovery and discourse. Many programs are interdisciplinary, with cooperative education offered among Drexel's 13 colleges and schools.

The research advancements at Drexel are well-known, and the university's research activities result in more than $100 million annual expenditures in sponsored research projects. Research projects encompass medical and health sciences, engineering, biotechnology, basic science, information science and business. Integrative research projects at Drexel have included efforts to improve transportation infrastructure, move alternative energy sources mainstream, and improve medical care.

Drexel University also offers study abroad programs, and recently opened its Center for Graduate Studies, which caters to working professionals who are seeking additional education for advancement in their careers. Drexel offers seven of its highly-ranked programs at its Sacramento, California location in flexible online or onsite formats. Graduate programs at this site include:

  • MBA
  • MS Finance
  • MS Human Resource Development
  • EdD Educational Leadership and Management
  • MS Higher Education
  • Executive Master of Public Health
  • Interdepartmental Medical Science

History

In 1891, philanthropist and financier Anthony J. Drexel founded the Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry. His goal was to launch a tradition of innovation in education. In 1914, Drexel was approved to grant bachelor's degrees. In 1927, Drexel gained the approval to confer master's degrees. In 1965, Drexel was approved to confer doctoral degrees. Over the years, Drexel developed its curricula evolving into multiple colleges and schools. In 1970, the Drexel changed its name to "Drexel University."

Academics

At Drexel University, the majority of study programs operate according the quarter system, though some follow the semester system. Students are advised to consult their individual college or school to determine if their program of study follows a quarter or semester format. The colleges of medicine and law also follow separate academic calendars.

Colleges and Schools

Within each college or school at Drexel University, there are also many centers and institutes.

  • Goodwin College of Professional Studies
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • Bennett S. LeBow College of Business
  • School of Education - Goodwin College
  • College of Engineering
  • Drexel University College of Medicine
  • College of Nursing and Health Professions
  • School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems
  • School of Public Health
  • Pennoni Honors College
  • The iSchool at Drexel, College of Information Science and Technology
  • Earle Mack School of Law
  • Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
  • School of Technology and Professional Studies - Goodwin College

Student Life

Drexel University's Office of Student Life has resources, programs and activities available for all students, including student support services. More than 200 student clubs and organizations are available for involvement, to bring students together for social, academic, professional or service projects. The Office of Campus Activities is a source of additional information for students seeking involvement, recreation and entertainment beyond the classroom.

There are many local chapters of fraternities and sororities that offer activities to members, as well as housing in the historic Powelton Village in Philadelphia. Students seeking recreation and fitness have the Drexel Recreation Center at their disposal, with many exercise studios, a climbing wall, jogging track, and more.

Traditions

The Drexel University school colors are blue and yellow (gold). The Drexel University mascot is the dragon, and the university's athletic teams are nicknamed the Drexel "Dragons." The mascot, "Mario the Dragon," appears at Drexel sporting events in a blue dragon costume with yellow accents. Spirit and cheer teams work with "Mario" to encourage school spirit at events throughout the year.

Athletics

More than 400 Drexel student-athletes compete in intercollegiate sports in the Colonial Athletic Association. Drexel's varsity sports include:

Men's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Crew
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer
  • Squash
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Wrestling 

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Crew
  • Field Hockey
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Squash
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis

Satellite Campuses

The Drexel network of satellite campuses and learning centers include:

  • Drexel University Online
  • Drexel Sacramento (Center for Graduate Studies)
  • Drexel at Burlington County College (BCC)
  • Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Community Life

The Center for Civic Engagement at Drexel University offers students many opportunities to interface with the local community in Philadelphia. Drexel collaborates with many community non-profit organizations and local government offices, providing students the opportunity to get involved in more than 150 civic engagement initiatives each year.

Acceptance Rate

74.7

Student to Faculty Ratio

11:1

Gannon University is a nonprofit private school that has a large selection of degrees available for students to choose from. The school is located in Erie, Pennsylvania, in a predominantly urban area. The school's Roman Catholic affiliation is one of its defining characteristics and plays an important role within the school's curriculum. Gannon University has a yearly student enrollment of approximately 4,200.

Students may select from a few areas of study, including:

  • Education
  • Health And Clinical Professions
  • Engineering
  • Recreation And Fitness Studies

The admissions process starts with the submission of an application, school records, and standardized test scores, which are then evaluated by admissions officials. Students may take either the SAT or ACT scores to be considered for admissions at Gannon University. A score in a range of 910 to 1150 on the SAT, or 20 to 25 for the ACT is common among admitted students. Roughly 90% of all students that applied were accepted at this school, with 22% of those accepted choosing to enroll. More information on admissions can be found here.

The cost of tuition is nearly $29,000, but may change yearly. Students are encouraged to use the school's tuition calculator to better estimate their cost of attending this school. Housing is available for students and costs approximately $5,900 each year. Some students at this school may be eligible for financial aid, which is generally offered as scholarships, grants, and loans.

The Gannon University Golden Knights participate in several athletic programs, within the NCAA. Available sports offered may include the following:

  • Baseball (NCAA Division II)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division II)
  • Football (NCAA Division II)
  • Golf (NCAA Division II)

Students can visit the school's http://www.gannon.edu to view additional information.

Acceptance Rate

75.52

Student to Faculty Ratio

13:1

NYIT provides a variety of degree programs for students to assist them in their growth and development. The school is located in Old Westbury, New York and operated as a private institution. Around eight thousand students enroll at New York Institute of Technology - Old Westbury yearly. A list of some of the more popular programs offered are:

  • Health And Clinical Professions
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Communications And Journalism
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Communication Technology
The admissions process will include the submission of an application, transcripts, and test scores, which are then reviewed by the admissions committee. Students may take either the SAT or ACT exam scores to be considered for admissions at this school. A score in a range of 900 to 1130 on the SAT, or 19 to 25 for the ACT is common among admitted students. NYIT accepts roughly 70% of students applying. Of those admitted, around 22% of students enrolled.  For additional admissions information, prospective students can reach out to NYIT or complete the form on this page. Undergraduate tuition is approximately $30,000 annually, though it may vary based on any number of circumstances. Students should visit the school's tuition calculator to see the personalize cost of attendance. The cost of on-campus housing is about $7,700 annually. Some students at New York Institute of Technology - Old Westbury may qualify for financial aid, which is typically offered as scholarships, grants, and loans. Athletic programs are available at NYIT through the NCAA, allowing students to compete in intercollegiate sports. Athletic programs that are available may include:
  • Baseball (NCAA Division II)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division II)
  • Lacrosse (NCAA Division II)
  • Soccer (NCAA Division II)
Students can visit the school's nyit.edu to view additional information that may be pertinent to enrollment, campus life, and student services.

Acceptance Rate

67.8

Student to Faculty Ratio

12:1

New England Institute of Technology, a nonprofit private institution, offers a variety of educational opportunities, allowing students to choose which major is right for them. Located in Warwick, Rhode Island, the school resides in an urban setting for students to study in. New England Tech has an annual student enrollment of nearly three thousand.

Here is a list of some of the popular programs New England Tech offers:

  • Computer And Information Sciences
  • Mechanic And Repair Technology
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Communication Technology

The school has an open enrollment policy, accepting any students that meet the minimum requirements for admission. Submission of transcripts, records, test scores, and personal statements may be needed for certain programs.

The cost of undergraduate tuition is close to $22,000, but may change yearly. Students are encouraged to visit the school's tuition calculator to better estimate their cost of attendance. Financial aid may be offered to students that meet the necessary requirements in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs.

Students can take a look at the school's http://www.neit.edu to see additional information.

Acceptance Rate

63.2

Student to Faculty Ratio

13:1

Ohio University (OHIO) is a national, public research university located in Athens, Ohio. U.S. News and World Report ranks Ohio University in the top 60 public national universities. It is ranked fourth in the nation by the Forbes ranking for its return on investment in research dollars.

The acclaimed faculty members of Ohio University include at least 10 Fulbright Scholars, and many other award winners.

Ohio University offers more than 250 undergraduate majors, and a range of majors at the master's and doctoral levels. Top ranking academic programs at Ohio University include ceramics, printmaking, speech and language pathology, audiology, physical therapy, fine arts, clinical psychology, social work, physics, English, and biological sciences.

Ohio University has many "firsts" to its credit, including the first university-based business incubator in the state, which helped develop nine spin-off companies and created more than 1,000 jobs.

History

The Ohio University was established in 1804 by an act passed by the Ohio General Assembly. Ohio University opened in 1803 with three students enrolled, and one professor. In 1828, Ohio University conferred a degree on its first black graduate, the third in the United States. In 1873, the University conferred a degree on its first female graduate.

Academics

In the fall of 2012, Ohio University will transition from a quarter-format academic calendar, to a semester format.

Colleges and Schools

Ohio University has 11 colleges, including:

  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Business
  • College of Fine Arts
  • College of Health Sciences and Professions
  • Honors Tutorial College
  • Patton College of Education and Human Services
  • Russ College of Engineering and Technology
  • Scripps College of Communication
  • University College
  • Graduate College
  • Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

 Ohio University also has three Centers of Excellence:

  • Energy and the Environment
  • Health and Wellness
  • Scripps College of Communication

Student Life

Students attending Ohio University can take advantage of the more than 350 student clubs and organizations available for involvement. Interest areas that are represented include the arts, politics, professions, religion, sports and health, the arts, and more. Student club resources include a Campus Involvement Fair and a Handbook for Student Organizations.

There is a Campus Life newsletter that keeps students and their families informed of campus events and activities. Greek Life is thriving at Ohio University, with 33 active local chapters of national fraternities and sororities.

Traditions

The Ohio University school colors are green and white, with gold as an accent color. Fans of the university's teams traditionally join the "Green and White Club."

The bobcat is the Ohio University mascot, and the athletic teams at OHIO are nicknamed the "Bobcats."

Athletics

The OHIO "Bobcats" athletic teams compete in several intercollegiate sports, including:

Men's Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross County
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Wrestling 

Women's Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Satellite Campuses

Athens University has its main campus in Athens, Ohio. It has five regional campuses and two centers located throughout Ohio:

  • Chillicothe Campus
  • Eastern Campus
  • Lancaster Campus
  • Pickerington Center
  • Southern Campus
  • Proctorville Campus
  • Zanesville Campus

Community Life

Ohio University forges partnerships in the community. It has partnered with high schools in SE Ohio to offer hands-on training to teachers in science, technology, engineering and math. It created an online virtual museum for Latino culture and art in partnership with the Smithsonian Institute.

Acceptance Rate

82.07

Student to Faculty Ratio

17:1

SUNY College at Buffalo is a public institution located in Buffalo, NY and provides a large number of program options for students. Enrollment at SUNY College at Buffalo exceeds twelve thousand per year.

Areas of study available at SUNY College at Buffalo include but are not limited to:

  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Security And Protective Services
  • Education
  • Communications And Journalism

Students applying for admission are generally required to submit an application, transcripts, records, standardized test scores and any requested application essays, which will then be reviewed by admissions officials. Most students accepted to SUNY College at Buffalo score in-between 860 to 1090 on the SAT exam. This school has an admissions rate of 44% of which only 28% chose to enroll. More information on admissions can be found at buffalostate.edu.

The tuition at this school varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay nearly $7,000 per year and out-of-state residents are charged $17,000 annually. Housing is available for students and costs around $6,600 annually. This school may help with costs by offering financial aid for students that are eligible by way of loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs.

Athletic programs are available at SUNY College at Buffalo through the NCAA, allowing students to participate in intercollegiate sports. Athletic programs available may include:

  • Basketball (NCAA Division III)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division III)
  • Football (NCAA Division III)

Contact information, financial aid information, areas of study offered, and more can be accessed on school's website at http://www.buffalostate.edu.

Acceptance Rate

67.01

Student to Faculty Ratio

15:1

Suffolk University provides a variety of educational opportunities for students to aid them in their growth and development. The school is located in Boston, Massachusetts and operated as a private institution. Approximately 9,100 students are enrolled per year at Suffolk University. A list of some of the more popular programs offered are:

  • Legal Professions And Studies
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Communications And Journalism
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences
The admissions process will begin with the submission of an application, transcripts, and standardized test scores, which are then evaluated by admissions staff. The most common exam scores among students admitted to Suffolk University are between 21 - 25 for the ACT exam, or 1370 - 1710 on the SAT exam. 79% of those students that apply are accepted to this school, of which 17 percent choose to enroll.  Additional admissions information can be obtained by simply calling SU or by completing the form on this page. The cost of undergraduate tuition is close to $33,000 for the year. Tuition prices may change for a variety of reasons, and that is why students should visit the school's net price calculator to understand their costs. The price of on-campus housing is about $13,000 per year. Some students at Suffolk University may qualify for financial aid, which is typically offered as scholarships, grants, and loans. The Suffolk University Rams participate in a number of athletic programs, within the NCAA. Available athletic programs offered:
  • Baseball (NCAA Division III)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division III)
  • Golf (NCAA Division III)
  • Ice Hockey (NCAA Division III)
  • Soccer (NCAA Division III)
Contact information, academics information, areas of study, and more may be accessed on school's website at suffolk.edu.

Acceptance Rate

83.63

Student to Faculty Ratio

15:1

Evangel University provides a variety of program options for students to aid them in their growth and development. The school is located in Springfield, Missouri and operated as a private institution. The school maintains an Assemblies of God Church affiliation, which is evident in the role it plays in program curriculums and daily life at the school. Approximately 2,100 students are enrolled per year at Evangel University. A list of some of the more popular programs offered are:

  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Communications And Journalism
  • Philosophy And Religious Studies
  • Public Administration And Social Services
  • Recreation And Fitness Studies
  • Education
The admissions process begins with the submission of an application, student records, and standardized test scores, which are then reviewed by admissions officials. Students may submit either the ACT or SAT exam scores to be considered for admissions to Evangel University. A score in a range of 1310 to 1700 on the SAT, or 19 to 26 for the ACT is usually submitted among accepted students. This school has an acceptance rate of 70% of which only 48% decided to enroll. Undergraduate tuition is approximately $20,000 per year, though it may change based on any number of circumstances. Students should check the school's price of attendance calculator to see the personalize cost of attendance. The cost of on-campus housing is estimated to be $3,600 for the year. Students at Evangel University may be eligible for aid which is generally loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs. The Evangel University Crusaders participate in several intercollegiate athletic programs, overseen by the NAIA. Sports available may include the following:
  • Baseball (NAIA Division I)
  • Basketball (NAIA Division I)
  • Track & Field (NAIA Division I)
  • Football (NAIA Division I)
  • Golf (NAIA Division I)

Acceptance Rate

96.68

Student to Faculty Ratio

15:1

Long Island University - C W Post Campus provides a variety of degree programs for students to assist them in their growth and development. The school is located in Brookville, NY and operated as a private institution. Enrollment at Long Island University - C W Post Campus is nearly 11,000 per year.

Students can pick from a few areas of study, including but not limited to:

  • Library Science
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Education
  • Security And Protective Services

To be considered for admissions, students may be required to fill out an application, write a personal statement, and submit school transcripts, which are then reviewed by admissions officials. Very common scores among students accepted to this school are in the range of 19 to 24 for the ACT exam, or 1310 to 1620 on the SAT. This school accepts about 80 percent of applicants yearly. Of those applicants accepted, about 16 percent of students registered for enrollment. More information on admissions can be found at liu.edu.

The cost of tuition is nearly $35,000, but may change each year. Students are encouraged to use the school's price of attendance calculator to better estimate their personal tuition costs. Housing may be available for those that want to live on-campus at an estimated cost of $8,200 annually. Some students at this school may qualify for financial aid, which is generally offered as scholarships, grants, and loans.

Athletic programs are available at Long Island University - C W Post Campus through the NCAA, allowing students to compete in intercollegiate sports. Sports available may include:

  • Baseball (NCAA Division II)
  • Basketball (NCAA Division II)
  • Field Hockey (NCAA Division II)

Contact information, academics information, programs, and more may be accessed on school's website at http://www.liu.edu.

Acceptance Rate

80.09

Student to Faculty Ratio

13:1

FSU, a public institution, offers a variety of educational opportunities, allowing students to choose which major is right for them. Located in Big Rapids, Michigan, the school offers a rural setting for students to study in. Approximately fourteen thousand students are enrolled annually at FSU.

Students may choose from many areas of study, including but not limited to:

  • Security And Protective Services
  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Health And Clinical Professions
  • Biological And Biomedical Sciences
  • Visual And Performing Arts

The admissions process will include the submission of an application, transcripts, and standardized test scores, which are then reviewed by the admissions office. Most students admitted to FSU score in-between 19 to 24 on the ACT exam. 77% of students that apply are accepted to this school, of which 32 percent choose to attend. More information regarding admissions can be found here.

The tuition at Ferris State University varies based on the state of residence of the student. In-state residents pay around $11,000 per year, while out-of-state residents are charged $17,000 per year. Some students at FSU may qualify for financial aid, which is typically offered as grants or student loans.

The mascot for Ferris State University is the "Bulldogs", and they participate in intercollegiate athletics through the NCAA. Available athletic programs offered may include:

  • Basketball (NCAA Division II)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division II)
  • Football (NCAA Division II)
  • Golf (NCAA Division II)
  • Ice Hockey (NCAA Division II)

For a complete list of areas of study, programs, enrollment information, admissions information, and more, please visit the school's website at http://www.ferris.edu/.

Acceptance Rate

86.64

Student to Faculty Ratio

16:1

Bowie State University is a public historically black institution located in Bowie, Maryland. Many historically black colleges and universities (also known as HBCUs) were established after the civil war to provide newly freed African Americans with educational opportunities. Over 5,600 students enroll at BSU annually. Students may select from several areas of study, including:

  • Business And Marketing Studies
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences
  • Communication Technology
  • Health And Clinical Professions
To be considered for admissions, you may be asked to fill out an application, provide letters of recommendations, and submit school records, which are then evaluated by admissions staff. Either the ACT or SAT exam can be taken in order to be able to apply to Bowie State University. Scores within the range of 17 - 21 on the ACT or 1160 - 1420 on the SAT are needed to increase the chance of getting accepted. This school has an acceptance rate of around 50 percent of which only 37 percent decided to attend.  A full suite of  information from the admissions office can be found by calling BSU or by requesting information here. Tuition & fees at this school vary for in-state and nonresidents. In-state tuition costs approximately $7,000 per year, while out-of-state tuition costing $19,000 per year. Housing may be available for students who wish to live on-campus at an estimated cost of $6,600 for the year. This school may offer financial aid for students that are eligible by way of grants and loans. The Bowie State University Bulldogs participate in several athletic programs, with competitions managed and overseen by the NCAA. Athletic programs available may include the following:
  • Basketball (NCAA Division II)
  • Track & Field (NCAA Division II)
  • Football (NCAA Division II)
To see a full list of programs offered, enrollment information, financial aid details, and more, please visit the school's website at bowiestate.edu.

Acceptance Rate

79.67

Student to Faculty Ratio

16:1

Haskell Indian Nations University was founded in 1887 and has the unique honor of being one of America’s tribal universities.  The school is committed to educating Native Americans. Their focus is holistic learning, which integrates learning with work and recreation. They have three separate divisions: the college of education, the school of business, and the college of arts and sciences.

Having cultivating relationships with area businesses, Haskell is able to offer cooperative learning opportunities to students, so they can gain practical work experience as they further their educations. Extracurricular activities round out this impressive experience, with choices ranging from Apache Club to Boxing Club.

Financial aid opportunities at Haskell include Pell grants, scholarships, and financial aid for students who qualify. For more information on how to get started on the path to a successful future, contact the Haskell admissions office. For students who are looking for an authentically American college experience, Haskell is a smart choice!

Acceptance Rate

88.21

Student to Faculty Ratio

21:1

East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program and Technical Center is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE). It aims to empower students and open vast employment opportunities through quality education. ESGVROP/TC is situated at 1501 Del Norte Street, West Covina, CA 91790. High School students and adults, as well as international students are welcome to take courses from this school. They have the option to choose from any of the following programs: Business Management, Child Development, Emergency Medical Tech Basic, Green Facilities Management, Graphic Arts, Medical Assistant, Microcomputer Repair/Maintenance, Microsoft Office Specialist, Nurse Assistant Pre-Certification/Home Health Aide/Acute Care, Criminal Justice, Video Production and Digital Media, and Short-term Training. As a ROP, ESGVROP/TC offers hands-on training and career guidance for students designed to impart technical skills essential to starting or upgrading a career. Many of the courses engage students in internships within local business and industry sites and job preparation training is integrated in all the courses. Credits and grades earned from ROP classes may be applied to obtain a high school diploma. Moreover, students who are bound for college and completed an ROP course can gain initial credits applicable for transfer to community colleges and private institutions including Citrus College, Rio Hondo College, Mt. San Antonio College, Mt. Sierra College, Pacific Oaks, Westwood College, DeVry, and ITT Tech through established articulation agreements. Veteran Services at ESGVROP/TC provides educational opportunities for Veterans with courses tailored based on the current industry trends. Upon finishing the course, they are given supplementary job-readiness skills training and they are linked to prospective employers. Several resources are available for students intended to help them achieve their educational and career goals. These are Academic and Student Services, Student Council and the Career Services which provides career information and career planning programs, and job placement services.

Acceptance Rate

-

Tuition

$8,107 / year

Student to Faculty Ratio

14:1

For those living in the Midwest and looking to start a new career, the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center (CGCTC) is probably one of the places you want to start looking. Located in Cape, Girardeau, Missouri, a middle sized town of about 38,000 people, the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center has garnered a reputation for producing high quality graduates who know how to go out into the workforce and get jobs. Cape Girardeau is a great place to do it too, since the region has seen growth in between censuses and technical trade employment has been increasing throughout the city. The city is the site of many historical landmarks, many that have to do with Native Americans and their relationship with early American settlers of the land.

In 2012, tuition at the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center was $13,194, and enrollment was at 195 students. The center has a very solid retention rate of 77%, and with open admissions students can apply and get in as long as there are open spots available. There are plenty of very talented instructors at the center, and the school offers a wide variety of programs to choose from. Here are some of those programs:

  • Auto Tech
  • Computer Programming
  • Business
  • Radio/TV
  • Marketing
  • Nursing

With the growing city of Cape Girardeau as the backdrop and bigger metropolitan areas such as St. Louis and Memphis only a short drive away, the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center is a great choice for those who are looking to build their skills for a career. Financial aid is available from grants, scholarships, and loans from the federal government.

Acceptance Rate

-

Tuition

$8,400 / year

Student to Faculty Ratio

11:1

McFatter Technical Center, located in Davie, Fl, provides vocational and transfer programs for students. MTC is part of the Broward County Public School District, and operates a magnet high school on its campus. The McFatter Technical Center offers technical programs that prepare students for careers in technically demanding fields, and provides a quality education on order to ensure their success.

Academics

McFatter Technical Center offers many programs in a number of fields and has a teaching staff dedicated to ensuring that students have the skills necessary to succeed in their chosen career.

Some of the programs offered include:

Admissions and Financial Aid

All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma or GED, and must meet the basic education requirement (which can be fulfilled prior to program completion). Financial aid is available to students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and it is recommended that students meet with a financial aid counselor once their FAFSA is processed.

Acceptance Rate

-

Tuition

$4,455 / year

Student to Faculty Ratio

13:1

Listed in the top 120 community colleges in the country, the Wabash Valley College is a member of the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges. The school is located in Mount Carmel in Illinois and places emphasis on the formation of values as well as the application of knowledge among the students. Currently, the school offers both degree and technical programs to students from manufacturing and design to programming and agricultural technology, the school wants to make sure that its students will become competent the moment they become part of the workforce.

Perhaps what makes Wabash Valley College popular is that the school also offers occupational courses for local employees. Occupational courses include mining technologies, commercial driver’s license training and nurse training programs. The school also offers ESL courses which draw many foreign students.

Resident students who enroll in Wabash Valley College will have to spend around $7,840 annually for their tuition and admission fees. On the other hand, out-of-state students have to pay $9,900 annually but the cost still varies because of some additional costs like student insurances, books and laboratory fees.

Students who attend WVC often proceed to Southern Illinois University in Carbondale or the University of Southern Indiana should they wish to complete their associate degree as a four year program. Moreover, the school also follows the Illinois Transfer Curriculum thus making it easier for students to transfer to other universities aside from those mentioned above. 

Acceptance Rate

-

Student to Faculty Ratio

27:1

About
Northeast Community College, located in Norfolk, Nebraska, was founded through a decision by the state legislature in 1973 to establish a comprehensive community college that offers a liberal arts education, vocational and career training, and college transfer opportunities and is the only such school in the state that offers all these opportunities through one campus. The school has a service area of 20 counties throughout the northeast of the state. Northeast Community College was formed through the merger of two previously existing institutions, Northeastern Nebraska College and Northeast Nebraska Technical College, and has taken the history and offerings of those two schools to create its own identity.

Academics
As a comprehensive community college, Northeast Community College offers a large and distinct number of programs in order to meet the needs of as many residents as possible in its service area. College transfer programs are designed to facilitate academic growth by allowing students to complete the freshman and sophomore years of a four year education, followed by applying for transfer to complete the final two years and earn a bachelor's degree. These programs fulfill the necessary requirements, and if transferring to a public Nebraska college or university will find transfer made easier through agreements in place that ease transfer admissions. Transfer to out of state or private institutions is also possible, though each school will have its own requirements and thus it is advised that students interested in such transfer meet with a counselor to develop an appropriate curriculum.

Career programs provide training and education in a particular field that allows for entry into the workforce as a qualified professional. Students enrolled in such a program will participate in traditional classroom courses as well as practical experience building courses offered through simulated environments that allow for the practice and perfection of methods and techniques required by one's chosen field. Programs take between one and two years to complete and confer a certificate or degree that demonstrates competency and assists in bolstering employer confidence when seeking employment.

Programs offered include:

Admissions and Financial Aid
Northeast Community College is a public, two year,  open enrollment institution that aims to admit any individual seeking post secondary educational opportunities by having minimum requirements for enrollment, specifically being 18 years of age or older or having a high school diploma or equivalent. Interested individuals should complete the application for admission, pay all fees, supply transcripts and standardized test scores, and take the placement exam if required. Students are also encouraged to participate in new student orientation and meet with a counselor to discuss goals, program enrollment and curriculum.

Financial aid is available in the form of loans, grants, and study programs. Students in need of financial assistance must complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the information from which is used by the school to determine the extent of a student's needs and their aid program eligibility when constructing a financial aid packet. Aid must be reapplied for prior to each academic year.

Acceptance Rate

-

Student to Faculty Ratio

16:1

Acceptance Rate

100

Tuition

$17,235 / year

Student to Faculty Ratio

10:1

Pinellas Technical Education Center, also referred to as pTEC, operates two locations in the state of Florida, St. Petersburg and Clearwater, with some programs being only available at one of the two campuses. The school was established to provide career training opportunities in order to create a qualified workforce. Established in 1962, the school remains true to its mission for providing quality education through its campuses as well as extension and clinical locations. The school serves nearly 12,000 students annually.

Academics

Pinellas Technical Education Center offers a large variety of programs in over forty areas of study. Students will choose a program of study, typically taking up to a year to complete, developing the skills and abilities necessary to enter the workforce as a qualified professional. Students will take courses that provide theory and practical education, allowing students to utilize skills learned in the classroom in a simulated setting in order to refine them. Upon completion students will be able to pursue work in that area, generally in positions at the entry level and may utilize school resources to help procure employment.

Programs offered at St. Petersburg campus include:

Admissions and Financial Aid

Pinellas Technical Education Center is a public institution that allows for the enrollment of any individual 16 years of age or older as long as they are not currently enrolled at another institution. Interested persons should complete the application for admission and take a placement exam, the need for which may be waived if the student has already earned an associate level degree or higher. Financial aid is available in the form of loans, grants and scholarships and must be reapplied for prior to the start of each academic year through the completion and submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the information from which will be used to determine aid program eligibility and financial need.

Acceptance Rate

-

Tuition

$2,190 / year

Student to Faculty Ratio

6:1

Acceptance Rate

100

Tuition

$17,715 / year

Student to Faculty Ratio

13:1

About Bates Technical College, located in Tacoma, Washington, began operation in 1940 as a vocational school operating out of the Hawthorne Elementary School basement. The school expanded quickly, becoming a Tacoma Vocation-Technical Institute in 1947, under the direction of Vern Bates, who retired in 1969. To honor Mr. Bates, the school was renamed L.H. Bates Vocational Technical Institute.

By 1991 the school was merged into the Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges, where eventually the name was once again changed to its current. The school has expanded its offerings and is dedicated to providing the best education possible for its service area.
Academics Bates Technical College's primary offerings are for career and technical training to assist individuals in entering the workforce. These programs utilize simulated real world settings to impart the skills and abilities necessary for employment in one's chosen field, with such fields typically being in high demand, particularly among businesses in the BTC's service area. T

hese programs take between one and two years to complete, resulting in a certificate or associate's degree that demonstrates competency and dedication.
Some programs offer transferable credits that may be used in the pursuit of higher levels of education. This is done by completing the equivalent of the first two years of a four year education, followed by applying for transfer to a four year institution to continue that education and earn a  bachelor's degree.

Transfer to a public Washington college or university will be easier through transfer agreements that guarantee acceptance if certain requirements are met. Transfer to private or out of state schools will be more difficult due to more stringent admissions policies for transfer students.  As a technical college, earned credits may not be transferable by out of state school's or private schools, and as a result should be discussed with a counselor.
Programs offered include:

Admissions and Financial Aid Bates Technical College is an open enrollment institution that admits any individuals that meet the minimum criteria for admission, submit a completed application and pay accrued fees. Students are also asked to provide previous transcripts and standardized test scores, and may be asked to take a placement exam prior to registration.

The school also encourages meeting with a counselor to discuss goals and program enrollment.  Financial aid is available in the form of loans, grants and scholarships. Students in need of financial assistance must complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the information from which is used by the school's financial aid department to determine the student's need and aid program eligibility prior to forming a financial aid packet.

Financial aid must be reapplied for prior to each academic year. Students may be chosen at random to provide additional information to be compared to the FAFSA in order to verify its accuracy as part of new federal regulations governing the disbursement of aid funds.

Acceptance Rate

-

Student to Faculty Ratio

21:1

Top Radio and Television Broadcasting Degrees

Students looking to earn a college degree in radio and television broadcasting have a wide variety of options to choose from in the field.  Choices span from undergraduate certificate programs to graduate degrees in radio and TV broadcasting.  Additionally, many colleges and universities have added online degree programs to the mix effectively doubling the number of options.

To make your decision on college degrees easier, take the time to create a personal priority list by using our college admissions guide as a reference tool.  Once you have a priority list to guide your decisions, the choices you make in life will fall in line with your goals and objectives.  An overview of college degrees and certificate programs include the following classroom programs and online degrees in radio and TV broadcasting.

Radio and Television Broadcasting Certificate Programs

Online certificate programs in broadcasting are typically undergraduate programs.  Undergraduate certificates in broadcasting are designed to provide students with foundational knowledge and essential skills to enter the field of study.  Certificates can be designed to last a few weeks up to a year in length depending on the program’s design and intent.

In other words, a short-term certificate program will focus on a particular area of emphasis like broadcasting with an emphasis in journalism, online media, radio production, digital production, or advertising.  Students enrolled in an undergraduate certificate in radio production will learn about design, digital production, audio techniques, media arts, and essentials of radio production.

Radio and Television Broadcasting Associate's Degrees

An online associate’s degree in radio and television broadcasting is a 2-year program for full-time students.  For part time students, the associate’s degree will take longer to earn in relationship to your course load and pace.  Associate degrees are conferred as an Associate of Arts (AA), Associate in Applied Science (AAS), or Associate of Fine Arts (AFA).  Associate’s degree programs blend liberal arts education with core classes to provide students with a well-rounded education in broadcasting.  Liberal arts classes will typically include statistics, philosophy, sociology, history, communications, and psychology.

The core curriculum in radio and television broadcasting will vary from school to school.  Emphasis may be placed more on radio in one school while another school emphasized media production.  An example of classes in an AAS degree program in TV and media production include: audio techniques, image production, editing, ethics, media graphics, film as art, lighting fundamentals, creative writing, studio production, field production, writing for media production, location sound recording, sound for picture, radio production, and public speaking.

Radio and Television Broadcasting Bachelor's Degrees

Online bachelor degrees in broadcasting are 4-year programs for full-time students with part-time students taking longer to complete the degree.  Degrees are conferred as a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), or Bachelor of Science (BS).  Degrees will be found in the course catalog and driven by the curricular design of the degree plus accreditation parameters of the school.  Much like the associate’s degree path, bachelor degrees mix general education with core classes.

Bachelor degree classes in radio and television broadcasting will typically cover similar material from school to school.  An example of classes you can expect to see in a BFA program in broadcasting include: research writing, speech communications, field production, studio production, digital imaging, media and society, lighting, sound, film history, TV production, scriptwriting, and project development.

Radio and Television Broadcasting Master's Degrees

A master’s degree in radio and television broadcasting is a program often conferred as a Master in Fine Arts (MFA).   Graduate degrees in broadcasting can be stand-alone degrees or embedded within general degrees such as media production, electronic journalism, advertising, public relations, and marketing.   The stand-alone master degree in radio and TV broadcasting is very similar to the bachelor’s degree with additional research and electives in the field of study.

Employment in Radio Broadcasting

Careers in radio and television broadcasting can be pursued behind or in front of the camera or microphone, as this area of study prepares studios with the basic operations of broadcast and production. Individuals may pursue a radio or television career having learned the basics of presentation, speech, and how a studio operates. others may pursue a career as a sound technician, camera operator, maintenance, or production manager.

The varying nature of the degree, allows individuals to pursue specialization through experience rather than extended study, learning many of the skills necessary for promotion or job security through practice and work based tutelage.

Radio & TV Broadcasting Careers

As equipment and methodology become more advanced, the need for qualified individuals is expected to increase. This is true for the various aspects of radio and television broadcast, but primarily reflective for those in production and maintenance as positions in front of a camera or microphone are limited and highly competitive.

As production techniques change individuals within the field may be required to update their education in order to continually meet industry standards.  The average income of individuals in radio and television broadcast vary wildly from one area to another, and from one position to another. This is due to factors such as demand, experience, popularity, value, and profitability.

TV and Radio Resources

Individuals interested in radio and television broadcasting may also be interested in communication, recording arts technology, or photographic and film technology.  Additionally, the NAB is known as the premier association for radio broadcasters and television broadcasting from coast to coast.  Their member benefits, resources, and professional insights are second-t0-none in the industry.

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