ABS Online
American Broadcasting School
ABS Campuses

Excellence in broadcast training for over 44 years!

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American Broadcasting School has been training people just like you to become professional broadcasters for over 44 years!

This is a top-quality program with real, experienced instructors at your disposal, Monday through Friday. You get 1-on-1 training in radio broadcasting.

You'll broadcast actual radio shows and receive immediate feedback to help you improve.

Learn broadcasting from pros with many years of experience, people who are and have been professional broadcasters and they know how to teach you to become an on-the-air personality, newscaster or sportscaster...plus learn about radio station sales, digital production, copy writing and more.

We offer financial aid (grants & student loans) to those who qualify and you can get a free, fast assessment with no obligation.

You'll be ready to get a job in radio or other broadcast related fields as soon as you graduate from ABS!

Learn more about our campus-based broadcasting programs in Oklahoma and Texas, or our online computer-based radio broadcasting program, right now by clicking on one the links on either side of this page.

Click here to learn more about ABS Campuses!

We now offer our entire 43-week (10-month) course over the Internet. This program is top-notch and mirrors our campus program but you never have to leave home. Set your own study schedule and work with the best software. People from all over the United States and world now have the opportunity to learn radio broadcasting right from their own computer!


If you are in or near these cities:

- Dallas, TX

- Oklahoma City, OK

then you can attend one of our campus-based programs where we provide all of the training, support, software and hardware you'll need to get started in your radio broadcasting career. Classes start every Monday!

Nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET). Approved for participation in the Title IV federal financial aid programs by the United States Department of Education.