Best suited for the hands-on learner, BMG’s radio broadcasting school was designed by industry experts to equip you with the skills and contacts you’ll need to succeed as a radio personality
Apprenticeships have been around since 1640 — because they work. You learn the broadcasting craft directly from a professional broadcaster. Your custom developed training materials were created by program directors (they hire the on-air talent). You learn and do exactly what you need to know to be hired in one of 15,313 US-based radio stations.
Here’s why apprenticeships are considered to be the surest way to get your foot in radio’s front door.
Not everybody learns best in a classroom setting, where learning is structured through lectures, notetaking, and small group assignments. If you learn best in a hands-on, one-on-one learning environment, then BMG is structured to best meet your learning needs. Some of the reasons why BMG’s radio apprenticeship program is the best fit for hands-on, one-on-one learners are as follows:
You can no longer expect to be hired as an on-air talent in radio with just a general broadcasting education. BMG is the only radio broadcasting school that enables you to choose your preferred specialty before starting. You also get to choose your training days and times which work best for your schedule. A brief overview includes…