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The Northeast Broadcasting School

The Northeast Broadcasting School

(617) 267-7910

The Northeast Broadcasting School

30 years in business
142 Berkeley St
Boston, MA 02116-5100
BBB File Opened: 12/31/1988
Business Started: 01/01/1987
Business Management
  • Principal: Mr. Howard E. Horton, President
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. Howard E. Horton, President
Business Category
  • Schools - Academic - Colleges & Universities
  • NAICS: Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools

Alternate Business Names
  • The Northeast Company
Number of Employees: 



The Northeast Broadcasting School, a division of the Northeast Company, is a broadcasting school offering education in communications, video and radio production. The Northeast Company offer public relations services. The business was established and incorporated in 1987 in Massachusetts and employs 10 full-time persons and 20 part-time. Mr. Howard E. Horton, Esq. is President. Mr. Peter L. Miller is Chief Executive Officer. Any questions or problems should be directed to the attention of Mr. Horton.

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The Northeast Broadcasting School


The Northeast Broadcasting School

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