Hands on Training by Grammy & Emmy Award Winning Faculty
Madison Media institute was established in 1969 as the Trans American school of Broadcasting with programs that prepared graduates for jobs in radio broadcasting. Over the years the college added a broader range of programs to reflect the changes in the media field and in 1995, the name was changed to Madison Media institute. In 2001, the facilities were moved to a new space that featured three recording studios, a video studio, editing suites and expanded classrooms. In 2009, a new building was added to accommodate a full motion capture lab for the gaming program as well as a 7.1 surround sound theater, installation training shop and classrooms — making the total space 31,000 square feet.
Today, Madison Media Institute has grown to include Recording and Music Technology, Game Art and Animation, Video and Motion Graphics, Digital Art and Design, Electronic and Audio Visual Systems and Entertainment and Media Business. Students are given hands-on training by Grammy-award and Emmy-award winning faculty in an environment that fosters real-world experiences.
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