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Well to be fair PNC is a company in massive flux. the federal govt forced them to buy a larger bank and gave them billions to do it. Mind you PNC was not complaining, but imagine more than doubling the size of you bank. and the bank you were forced to buy had horrible lending practices, so your finances are now a little sketchy. I am sure that the school was quite behind on payments. not saying anything is good about it, just that the company the founder sold to likely was not as successful as a driving force and they likely made mistakes etc..

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The founder is going to purchase and pretty much re-open the school with 11 campuses in 7 states. Great news!

Hartford Courant

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Founder Buying Bankrupt Connecticut School Of Broadcasting

Hartford Courant Staff

12:27 PM EDT, May 18, 2009

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The man who founded the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in 1964 has won approval to buy back the bankrupt business and campuses in seven states for about $1 million.

Dick Robinson appeared alongside Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and Commissioner of Higher Education Michael P. Meotti Monday morning to announce the development.

"What's exciting about today and Dick Robinson's return to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting is it restores the luster and vision to its original priority, which is its students,'' Blumenthal said.

A federal Bankruptcy Court judge in Boston approved the sale to Dick Robinson earlier this month. Connecticut officials announced today that 11 schools in seven states would reopen.

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The founder is going to purchase and pretty much re-open the school with 11 campuses in 7 states. Great news!

Hartford Courant

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Founder Buying Bankrupt Connecticut School Of Broadcasting

Hartford Courant Staff

12:27 PM EDT, May 18, 2009

Click here to find out more!

The man who founded the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in 1964 has won approval to buy back the bankrupt business and campuses in seven states for about $1 million.

Dick Robinson appeared alongside Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and Commissioner of Higher Education Michael P. Meotti Monday morning to announce the development.

"What's exciting about today and Dick Robinson's return to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting is it restores the luster and vision to its original priority, which is its students,'' Blumenthal said.

A federal Bankruptcy Court judge in Boston approved the sale to Dick Robinson earlier this month. Connecticut officials announced today that 11 schools in seven states would reopen.

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