Annual Scholarship Gary Hayes Scholarship presented by American Broadcasting School
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Winner Announced Saturday, December 5, 2015 at American Broadcasting School (Arlington)

Second Annual Gary Hayes Scholarship

Gary is a graduate of American Broadcasting School and he's coming back to award one winner a scholarship to further their career in broadcast. This is the first of it's kind scholarship for American Broadcasting School and it is Gary's way of giving back to his alma mater and furthering the next generation in the broadcast industry.

About the Scholarship

1. Submit your Video

Show us what you got.. Send your best 30 second video of a news story or you dishin' da tea. You must showcace Radio or TV/Broadcasting skills. The entry period is open until December 1, 2015. To apply, you must be a U.S. Citizen, have a High School diploma or GED, and have a State or Federal issued ID. **Any current student that enrolled on or after November 1, 2015 is also eligible for this scholarship opportunity!

2. Review Process + Selection

Live on December 5, 2015, Gary Hayes will be at American Broadcasting School to award the second annual winner(s) of the scholarship. It could be you, so send your best video and get ready to meet Gary.
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American Broadcasting School graduates the most qualified broadcasters entering the workforce today! At ABS, we remain on the cutting-edge of broadcast training. That's why we've equipped all of our on-air and production studios with state-of-the-art digital computer-based broadcast technology. And with LIFETIME job placement assistance, American Broadcasting School stands by our graduates with an unparalleled commitment to excellence!

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ABS provides in depth training in the field of radio broadcasting, specializing in such areas as radio announcing, writing and production of commercials, writing and delivering of newscasts and sportscasts, digital production, computer-based broadcast technology, and "hands on" control room operation. Students at American Broadcasting School also learn FCC rules and regulations, programming, advertising sales, and much more! Look around the site then click "Request Info" to start your broadcasting career today!

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