Written on: 07/10/2010
This business shares nothing in common with the original NIB. The original organization founded in Winnipeg in 1962 merged with a production company an FM radio station and ceased operations in 2000.
The owners of this organization are misrepresenting themselves in more than one way. (read more)
Written on: 02/07/2010
The coaches were incredibly helpful and nice, it was very easy to learn new techniques. Perhaps they accept students who are "okay" because they themselves want to improve their speaking voice/perhaps to communicate better. (read more)
Written on: 12/08/2009
I was assured by the National Institute of Broadcasting that no demo would leave the studio until it met his standards. After completing my demo I was basically laughed out of every agents office. They couldn't believe I paid for it! I did the demo in 1 take, and the sound engineer , who seemed in a hurry to be some place else, asssured me it was great!! (read more)
Written on: 25/03/2009
If you have a great voice and WORK at it National Institute of Broadcasting can help. However I witnessed many individuals who had zero potential in my opinion, but were accepted (read more)
Written on: 29/04/2007 by realsitic (2 reviews written)
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.
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