Conn. School of Broadcasting Signs Off

The Connecticut School of Broadcasting, with locations nationwide, has shut down without warning.
Students at the Farmington location say they found out by text message Wednesday night while others showing up for class found the doors locked.
Students say they paid $12,000 for a sixteen week course and graduation had been set for next week.
The school was founded in Connecticut in 1964 by a Hartford broadcaster. The family that started the school has told WTNH-TV it has begun the process to reopen the school so students can graduate.
According to its Web site, the school has 26 locations in 15 states and Washington, D.C.

The school boasts WFAN's Joe Benigno, comedian Artie Lange and WEEI's Pete Sheppard as former students.
A message seeking comment has been left at the Farmington school.

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