USAF Broadcasters Extend Class on Demand

Hoffman Estates, IL (October 4, 2007)--Class on Demand has announced an extension of its digital content licensing contract with the United States Air Force. Class on Demand develops media training materials for more than 200 producers and broadcasters working for the US Air Force around the world.
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Hoffman Estates, IL (October 4, 2007)--Class on Demand has announced an extension of its digital content licensing contract with the United States Air Force. Class on Demand develops media training materials for more than 200 producers and broadcasters working for the US Air Force around the world.

Class on Demand, a provider of professional educational products for creative markets, will continue to work with the US Air Force to distribute training content through the US Air Force Internet.

"Class on Demand is not a stranger to the fast growth of the multimedia software industry," said David W. Pullen, chief, broadcast training, Air Force AFRTS (American Forces Radio and Television Services). "But fast growth doesn't have to mean growing pains for customers. Class on Demand prepares in advance with rapid roll-outs of up-to-date video-based training titles, ensuring customers like me and the hundreds of military combat correspondents I train are not left behind."

"Customers such as the US Air Force that come back to us for continued support is an affirmation of the outstanding Class on Demand team and their commitment to delivering exceptional materials every step of the way," said Paul Holtz, CEO and founder, Class on Demand. "I am incredibly proud to be part of this organization and thrilled to play a supporting role in the US Air Force."

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