The school in Atlanta is no exception. The Video equipment they've been using for years is totally unprofessional, especially considering
the tuition one pays, and the type of equipment that you can purchase for lees then $5-to 10 grand. Inexcusable for a so-called educational
program. The good thing yes we can continue to go back to use the facility, but it also shows you the string of Gen. Mgrs. they've had are not industry types at all, or have really work professionally in any TV station. Yet they are running the place I'm/your paying all this money to. So when I now look
back and realize the folk teaching us about directing, switching & audio, etc are reporters ? And when you get out in the real world, you have to deal
with lighting, which is not a class in Atlanta, last time I checked. So the more I'm out here, and speak with others in the field, I realize the school wasn't
worth all that. And the Gen. Mgr. was not experienced, & no one in the industry even knows them. I also realize that there was some teachers that just vanished, & were replaced with lesser knows, which make me wonder did they get a raw deal because of what they told up for ... Sounds a lot like the previous comments made about Teacher's Pet(s), and those running the school being crooked ... Is this a pattern ???