National Institute of Broadcasting Review

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realsitic's review of National Institute of Broadcasting

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“The National Institute of Broadcasting was founded by...”

Written on: 30/04/2007 by realsitic (2 reviews written)

Good Points
Good record of job placement of graduates.
A recognized training institution in the Broadcast industry.
Good value for money.
Instructors realistic in employment opportunities.

General Comments
The National Institute of Broadcasting was founded by Ed McRea located in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada.



Ed McRea was a man of honesty and integrity.



Since Ed's passing, the NIB continues with it's head office, now located in Toronto Ontario Canada.



The only negative side to it, is the lack of broadcasting job opportunities in the Canadian market today.



However, if you feel that you are one of the lucky few that will get hired
by a radio or TV station, then I would recommend the NIB.



I am a former graduate of the NIB, and I was employed as a broadcaster.

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Paulmcc's Response to realsitic's Review

Written on: 30/12/2013

The Toronto operation was a franchise issued by the founder, Ed McCrea to a man named John Dickens. Before Ed died his long standing relationship with John had been strained as John was not living up to previous commitments related to their operating agreement. After his death the two organizations ceased to interact and Ed's family did not have the resources to legally challenge the Dickens estates use of the NIB name.

NIB Winnipeg (Ed McCrea) merged with a large Manitoba corporation as a marketing firm, production company and radio station operating in Winnipeg. That corporation became insolvent at a later date after the amalgamation.

Apparently, the Dickens NIB operation is said to have ceased operations some time ago. However, this writer has no details or facts to substantiate this.

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