Once upon a time, Madison Media Institute was a fun, exciting, fulfilling place to work. The school boasted cutting edge technology spanning multiple media disciplines.
Then the school was acquired by a private equity firm, which was "hands off" at first, but then began to micro-manage day to day operations from afar. The firm had no experience with media schools, and eventually deployed a "cookie cutter" business model borrowed from large, predatory, for-profit schools, such as the former Corinthian Colleges.
Highly knowledgable instructional staff
Incompetent corporate overlords