Learn the Trade. Launch a Career.
A Program Designed with the Industry in Mind
Complete Game Broadcasting provides students access to modern studio technology and on-air broadcasting experience to help launch their career in broadcasting
Modern Studio Technology
We produce a student led radio program at a local radio station. Students will get experience in on-air hosting, board operations, and production.
All equipment and software is up-to-date with industry standards and our podcasting studio can be rented out for your own recording needs.
Convenient Class Times
We offer nine-week Spring, Summer, and Fall programs with both afternoon and evening options.
Flexible Payment Options
Don't let cost derail you from the program. There are several options to choose from. For more information please complete the form below.
Complete Game Broadcasting has been helping launch careers in sports broadcasting since 2008. Our newly renovated broadcasting studio is located at 1301 Hightower Trail, Suite 250, Atlanta, GA 30350.
At this point, you may have lots of questions about the program and how to get started. Fill out a submission form below and I'll answer every question I can, but I can tell you that almost every question you have will be answered once you see the Complete Game Broadcasting studio.
Just email me and we can set up a time for you to see first hand our brand new studio. You can also go to our "See the Studio" page for a video walk through of the studio.
We'll talk informally about your broadcasting goals and how this program can help. Maybe you won't know exactly, but we can at least talk it through. We'll also talk about payment options.
Complete Game Broadcasting has been a great option for:
Veterans who want to use the GI Bill to pursue their broadcasting interests.
Men/women with college degrees in entry-level positions that aren't the right fit. (Exactly what I was going through in 1989!)
Men/women older than 30 who are settled but would like to gradually work their way into sports broadcasting.
Men/women who did not go to college. (Sports broadcasting is one of the rare industries that accommodates people in this category. Bob Costas never got his college degree!)
Finally, I do ask that you be at least 16 and have at least a high school diploma, GED or High School Certificate of Completion to apply.
Classes begin soon. Don't miss out to start your new career.
Complete Game Broadcasting Director