The Brown College Radio Broadcasting program has a long, rich history of preparing graduates in a dynamic and ever-evolving field. For over 60 years, we have been teaching men and women how to produce audio and video content to feed an information-hungry world. Many others have graduated with the polished knowledge and skills to deliver that information over the airwaves and the Internet.
Today, Brown graduates are helping to produce news and entertainment programs for stations from New York to LA, from small-town radio shows to CNN. Twenty-three graduates are in the Pavek Museum of Radio Broadcasting Hall of Fame in St. Louis Park, MN.
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