Supermarket Employee Bags a Job on New TV Show!

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A local grocery store employee has just been hired to write and edit a new TV show, just months after graduating Connecticut School of Broadcasting's Tampa Campus.

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It's a great feeling to be able to wake up and go to a job that doesn't feel like work

Just a few short months ago Tony Goldtrap was working at a Publix Supermarket in Tampa. Today his life in broadcasting is truly a pleasure! After graduating from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting’s Tampa Campus in May, Tony began interning at Hartman Media Group. Today, Tony is now being paid to do what he loves!

“It's a great feeling to be able to wake up and go to a job that doesn't feel like work,” says Goldtrap.

Tony will now be the mastermind behind Hartman Media Group’s newest TV Show, “My Cool Inventions.” He will be writing for the show and editing video. In a recent social media post, Tony had this to say: “Shout outs to Connecticut School of Broadcasting’s Tampa Campus, Shayna King, DJ Zouain, the teachers, my friends and family who supported me, "My Cool Inventions" and Hartman Media Group for the opportunity and most importantly to the wonderful love of my life, Stacey Nicole Jones!”

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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