Trade Schools

Broadcast Center

Broadcast Center* in St. Louis, Missouri is designed to guide graduates from the classroom to entry-level careers in the broadcast journalism industry. A large portion of the training programs at Broadcast Center feature a hands-on approach under the guidance of our professional faculty. Students train in "on-air" and production studios and perform many of the same functions they will encounter in professional work situations.
*certified to operate by the Missouri Department of Higher Education; operated as an unaccredited entity.


Broadcast Center* in St. Louis, Missouri is designed to guide graduates from the classroom to entry-level careers in the broadcast journalism industry. A large portion of the training programs at Broadcast Center feature a hands-on approach under the guidance of our professional faculty. Students train in on-air and production studios and perform many of the same functions they will encounter in professional work situations.

Broadcast Center offers many programs within the Broadcast Journalism field. The Broadcast Journalism instructional program class comprises any program that focuses on the methods and techniques for reporting, producing, and delivering news and news programs via radio, television, and video/film media; and that prepares individuals to be professional broadcast journalists, editors, producers, directors, and managers. These programs include courses in the principles of broadcast technology; broadcast reporting; on- and off-camera and microphone procedures and techniques; program, sound, and video/film editing; program design and production; media law and policy; and professional standards and ethics. Broadcast Center also offers more specific training opportunities in the areas of sports casting, web design and programming music radio, for example.

Broadcasting Certificate Program (25 weeks):

Broadcast Center's Broadcasting program in St. Louis, Missouri is designed for students who want to work in the performance side of the industry. Training in the Broadcasting program includes development of performance skills, audio production skills, marketing/business skills, and video production skills for positions including air personality, radio/TV newscaster or reporter, sportscaster and play-by-play talent, commercial and program producer, news/sports writer, commercial copywriter, production talent, and free-lance voice talent.

Advanced TV & Video Production Certificate Program (15 weeks):

Broadcast Center's Advanced Television & Video Production program in St. Louis, Missouri is designed for students who have little or no interest in the performance side of the industry and would like to work "behind the scenes" in a variety of occupations related to every major aspect of professional video and audio production.

*certified to operate by the Missouri Department of Higher Education; operated as an unaccredited entity.