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Computer-Based Radio Broadcasting Program Information

The entire course is 43 weeks (10 months) for a total of 1032 hours from start to finish.

Every week, beginning in Week 1, you will be creating and broadcasting an actual radio show. It will be critiqued by a professional instructor, and you will get immediate feedback at the completion of each show. The instructor will tell you what you did right, what you did wrong, and what to work on for your next show.

In addition, you will receive personalized Vocal Coaching every week to maximize the quality of your voice, thus increasing your marketability whether you plan on pursuing a path in traditional AM/FM radio, doing commercial voiceover work, or broadcasting from your own home computer to thousands of potential listeners on the Internet.

Beginning in Week 5, you will watch video lectures from a real radio professional, and ABS instructor, covering topics from Digital Production to Radio Sales.

In Week 6, you will begin learning how to actually create Digital Production using the premiere audio manipulation software, Adobe Audition CS6! Everything you create is then critiqued and graded by one of our instructors so that you get better with each assignment.

Every week we teach you a little more so that you gradually get better at the skills you will need to succeed in the broadcasting business.

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are knowledgeable in every facet of the broadcast industry and possess the skills and broadcast software necessary to pursue exciting self-employment opportunities in the areas of internet radio, voice over talent for advertising agencies, digital production services, mobile music entrepreneurship, copywriting, and much more as well as being qualified for entry-level positions at traditional radio stations or in broadcast-related fields as on-air personalities, newscasters, sportscasters, commercial production talent, promotions assistants, account executives, and producers.
ABS provides lifetime Job Placement Assistance upon graduation.


In order to enroll, you must have a high school diploma or G.E.D.

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Computer Requirements

Distance Learning Students will be required to have a computer that meets minimum system requirements to handle and successfully run the software that must be installed.  The system must be a personal computer (PC) running Windows with the following requirements:

                  •  Intel Pentium 4 processor or better (or a compatible AMD processor).
                  •  512 MB RAM (1 GB or more recommended). 
                  •  Microsoft DirectX or ASIO-compatible sound card with microphone input.
                  •  500mb of available hard disk space
                  •  Monitor capable of displaying 1024 x 768 dpi resolution or greater.
                  •  A high speed internet connection such as DSL or cable. 
                  •  DVD-ROM drive

ABS visually verifies student identity through the use of a webcam to ensure that the student who registers for the program is the same student who participates in and completes the program and receives the academic credit.  This visual confirmation is compared to the copy of the student ID which is collected during the enrollment process.  There is no charge to the student for identity verification.
 
 
American Broadcasting School (ABS) offers the most comprehensive and complete online program for learning broadcasting.
We are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) and approved for participation in the Title IV Federal Financial Aid Programs by the U.S. Department of Education.
ACCET - Accrediting Council for Continuing Edication & Training
           
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