About the Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point Location Near Me
Congratulations–you’ve just found the Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point radio school alternative! The Recording Radio Film Connection & CASA Schools (RRFC) is a trade school or post-secondary institution that takes a completely unconventional approach to getting our students actually training inside of the very same industries and environments in which they want to build their careers.
As program area of RRFC, Radio Connection enables dedicated persons to learn the skills and day to day practices they need to launch careers in the Piedmont Triad radio market by externing inside one of the area’s quality radio stations, right from day one.
Ordinary radio schools charge 10-50 thousand dollars or more to teach you radio broadcasting in a stale college or trade school classroom, or in a simulated studio. By contrast, we charge a fraction of that amount to train you in a real radio broadcasting studio. There’s no comparison! Play it smart, and learn the secrets of the radio business directly from the pros. Our radio school alternative is the practical, affordable way to break into the business.
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Located in north-central North Carolina, the three cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point anchor what is known as the Piedmont Triad, a metro area of just under 1.6 million people. This area offers an interesting blend of manufacturing, agriculture and the arts, with textiles, furniture manufacturing and tobacco forming the backbone of its economy. Notable people with ties to the Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point area include poet Maya Angelou, actress Angela Bassett, musician Ben Folds, and author O. Henry, among many others.
The Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point area also has a surprising legacy in broadcast media, having been the home of such broadcasting legends as radio personality Rick Dees, sportscaster Howard Cosell, talk show host Barry Farber, and Salem Communications chairman Stuart Epperson. The radio market in this area is ranked #46 in the nation by Arbitron, with dozens of high-powered stations competing for market share. Whether you want to become a sportscaster, talk show host, programming director, radio DJ or radio executive, the Piedmont Triangle offers a great starting point–and the RADIO CONNECTION can put you in the heart of the action where ordinary schools cannot.
Our industry advantage is our mentor-extern approach. Forget about the classroom environment; you won’t find it in our program. Instead, we pair you with an experienced radio professional who trains you one-on-one in a real radio broadcasting facility, giving you the chance to gain valuable work experience and make important industry connections along the way. There is simply no better way to launch a career in radio than to learn the ropes where the action is happening. Enroll in our Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point radio school alternative and get going in your radio career.