Broadcasting School

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The School for Broadcasting Technology (SRT) in Nuremberg was founded in 1964 as a foundation. The donors were the public broadcasters in Germany. The SRT was located in Wallensteinstrasse in the south-west of the Nuremberg district of Großreuth near Schweinau on the premises of the Studio Franken des Bayerischer Rundfunk .

The first director of the SRT was Hans Springer.

In the SRT employees of radio, television and other electronic media received training and further education. When it was founded, it took over the professional training of sound and image technicians for the ARD broadcasters . Since 1957 this task had been at the school of Rundfunk-Betriebstechnik GmbH (RBT) at the same location, and before that, since 1948/49, at the Rundfunktechnisches Institut (RTI).

From the winter semester 1964/65, there was a two-semester and a three-semester course for both video and audio engineering. In the mid-1970s, the SRT switched the training to a 9-month course. In 1995 she finished the training of sound and image technicians and converted into a further training institute.

On January 1, 2007, ZFP and SRT merged to form the ARD.ZDF medienakademie .

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Coordinates: 49 ° 26 '3 "  N , 11 ° 1' 38"  E