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 a broader range of curriculum, to reflect the changes in the media field, were implemented. In 1995, the name was changed to Madison Media institute. The MMI facilities were moved to a new space that featured three distinguished recording studios, a video studio, editing suites and expanded classrooms in 2001. In 2009, a new building was added to accommodate a full motion capture lab, which is one of only a handful in the state of Wisconsin, for the gaming program. Continuing to standout amongst Madison colleges, MMI also added a 7.1 surround sound theater, installation training shop and classrooms – making the total space 31,000 square feet.
Madison Media Institute's Training Facility & Career Programs
Today, Madison Media Institute has grown to include…Digital Art & Design , Electronic & A/V Systems , Game Art & Animation , Recording & Music Tech , Video & Motion Graphics , Entertainment & Media Business , Independent Digital Film
Students are given hands-on training by Grammy-award and Emmy-award winning faculty in an environment that fosters real-world experiences.