BMG: A mentor- apprentice radio broadcasting school
- Train in a real radio station near you
- Working broadcaster mentors you
- Network with industry contacts
- Flexible training schedule
- Financing available
Special Message To:
How To Choose The Best Radio Broadcasting School For You
Everybody wants to attend the best radio broadcasting school. That’s a given. The question now becomes “What is the best radio broadcasting school?” The answer to that question is “it depends upon what type of learner you are.” If you learn best in a classroom setting with lectures, note-taking and lots of other students, then a traditional brick and mortar radio broadcasting school would be the best fit for your learning style.
If you learn best in a hands-on, one-on-one setting, then BMG’s radio broadcasting school apprenticeship training program would be the best fit for your learning style.
Unlike a traditional brick and mortar radio broadcasting school, BMG places you for training in a nearby radio station. Your ‘classroom’ is a real radio station, and your ‘professor’ is a working radio broadcaster. You will have structured learning from our comprehensive curriculum that provides you with a well-rounded broadcasting foundation. During your training, you are also regularly interacting with influential industry contacts.
It’s Not Just WHAT You Know, But WHO You Know That Leads To Getting Hired
Upon graduation, these same contacts are the very people who have the ability to recommend you for hiring, or to hire you themselves. After all, it’s not just WHAT you know, but who you know – and who knows you – when it often times comes to getting hired in any job.
BMG gives you an unfair advantage over any other radio broadcasting school by getting your foot in the door of the broadcasting industry from day one. Some of the additional advantages you gain include:
- Customized training. You decide whether you want to train to be a DJ, talk show host, or sports broadcaster.
- Personalized instruction. You receive one-on-one, hands-on instruction from a working broadcaster.
- Networking opportunities. You build relationships and develop contacts with industry insiders.
- Job referrals. You’re first to know about jobs when they become available.
- Flexible training. You set your training days and times based upon your current schedule.
- Lifetime job placement assistance.