College Deliberately: International College of Broadcasting

International College of Broadcasting is a very small, private for-profit, at least 2 but less than 4 years College that emphasizes research, career and culture located in the city of Dayton, OH. It is known for Music, Other, Radio and Television and Radio and Television.

International College of Broadcasting

place 6 S Smithville Rd, Dayton, OH 45431
phone Phone: (937) 258-8251
web Web: http://www.icb.edu
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The International College of Broadcasting offers an opportunity to enter the broadcast media with the training and expertise associated with many years of experience. ICB’s programs offer students the combination of classroom studies with ‘hands-on’ training in fully-equipped studios. ICB is one of the few colleges in the country offering a two-year intensive training program in Television and Radio as well as Video Production/Recording Audio Engineering. The industry counts on our graduates to fill ever present positions in all areas of broadcasting and media production from on-air talent to recording artists.

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