NABEF Technology Apprenticeship Program

The NAB Education Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2017 Technology Apprenticeship Program!

They are looking for recent college grads interested in learning about the behind-the-scenes technology that makes it possible for radio and television stations to broadcast sounds, images and video to the communities across the country.

This program will expose participants to the latest broadcast technology and production equipment via hands-on training and instruction from the industry’s top engineers.

Accepted applicants will:

  • Attend NAB Show in Las Vegas
  • Land a paid apprenticeship at a radio or TV station
  • Get certified in broadcast technology by the Society of Broadcast Engineers
  • Receive expert training from the International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers
  • Produce a live webcast from NAB headquarters in Washington, D.C.


RTF Filmmakers Join the Festival Circut

RTF is pleased to announce that three of our faculty’s productions have been accepted in the Alamo City Film Festival and Austin Film Festival.

James Froeschle


Braver Than You Believe

at the Alamo City Film Fest

Thirty-years, 3000 miles and one cigarette apart, a Venezuelan high school girl and a disillusioned American teacher get caught in a conversation about cartoons and life that leads to a realization of what it takes to grow up at any age.

 Clay Liford



at the Alamo City Film Fest

Freshman Neil’s Vanguard stories are all he cares about…  until he meets the older Julia, who pushes him to put his own fan fic online. When the website’s moderator takes a special interest in Neil’s work, it opens up a whole new universe.

Amy Bench


The Golden Rut

at Austin Film Festival

Opposites attract when a broke, bohemian playboy actor falls for a sweet natured, career driven entrepreneur with a sexy identical twin sister.

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