Connecticut School of Broadcasting Alumnus Lands Spot at CNN

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Connecticut School of Broadcasting graduate has just announced she's been hired by CNN.

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I am so grateful and appreciate all the tools and assistance CSB gave me in achieving my career goals!”

Can you imagine deciding to change your career path to pursue a life in broadcasting and in less than three years, you find yourself working for one of the largest news networks in the World? That’s the reality for Connecticut School of Broadcasting/Atlanta graduate Andrea Diaz, who has just announced her new job at CNN! This CSB Superstar is on the fast track to success and she’s earned every single accolade.

Connecticut School of Broadcasting/Atlanta Director, Stacey Green, always knew Andrea had what it took, “She was a standout from the moment she set foot in our studios. Andrea excelled quickly in the area of video production and always spoke of her dream to be on the production team at Telemundo Atlanta”.

Simply days after graduating, Diaz got an internship with them and then was hired as full-time Production Assistant and then Executive Producer, where she won 3 Emmy Awards. For Andrea the move to CNN as a Crossover Producer is exciting yet bittersweet, “ I am very excited for the opportunity but sad I had to leave my team at Telemundo Atlanta. I am so grateful and appreciate all the tools and assistance CSB gave me in achieving my career goals!”

The Connecticut School of Broadcasting is the Nation’s largest group of Broadcast Media Schools with campus locations in CT, MA, NJ, NY, NC, GA and FL. Call 1-800-TV-Radio or http://www.gocsb.com

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