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CLASS ON DEMAND TO EXHBIT AT NAB 2009

Award-winning training company will exhibit the largest selection of Class on Demand training titles; Participate in the annual Apple Final Cut NAB SuperMeet

Hoffman Estates, IL – March 27, 2009 - Class on Demand, a provider of professional educational products for creative markets, has announced that they will exhibit at the NAB 2009 event held in Las Vegas, NV from April 20th through 23rd, 2009 on stand SL4316. For the first time in its history of attending NAB, Class on Demand Class will have a stand on the show floor; offering its full range of titles at significant show discounts. Class on Demand instructors and management will be on hand to discuss the job performance and creativity benefits that postproduction and broadcast professionals can gain from the affordable, award-winning Class on Demand self-paced training products. “Now more than ever training is such an important part of the overall equation. Whether you are investing in advanced technology, ramping up for a new job, or upgrading your infrastructure, education is going to play a key role in optimizing performance and building success,” says Paul Holtz, CEO and Founder, Class on Demand. “We are looking forward to meeting with the community to discuss ways they can leverage our training to move themselves and their companies ahead of the pack.”

In addition to the NAB show floor, Class on Demand will also participate in the annual Apple Final Cut NAB SuperMeet held at the Rio Hotel on April 21, 2009.

About Class on Demand Training for Postproduction and Broadcast Markets

Class on Demand is an award-winning producer of online and self-paced training programs for postproduction and broadcast markets. Each Class on Demand training product is custom designed by an industry thought-leader who brings years of insight and experience to the materials. The real-world approach provides a superior learning experience, enabling professionals to master applications and improve their productivity on every level. The training titles cover a wide range of technology; Adobe, Apple, Avid, NewTek, Sony, Sorenson, Thomson and many more.

Over the past year, the Class on Demand has seen a 50% growth in their self-paced training orders. The trend demonstrates the important role high-quality, affordable training plays in helping postproduction and broadcast professionals increase their employment marketability in a down economy. The real-world teaching methodology combined with the modular structure enables professionals to quickly and inexpensively get up to speed on that latest industry product release or master a new workflow innovation.

For more information or to book a press briefing with Class on Demand management during NAB 2009, please contact Janice Dolan at janice@zazilmediagroup.com

About Class on Demand

Class on Demand is a leading producer of education and training programs. Its products and services address the needs of both enthusiasts and professionals. Class on Demand training programs cover a wide range of topics including; audio and video production, compositing and effects creation, and IT management. Please visit the Class on Demand web site (www.classondemand.net) for additional information.

Class on Demand is a registered trademark of Class on Demand, Incorporated

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Zazil Media Group

Janice Dolan

(p) +1 617 817 6595

(email) janice@zazilmediagroup.com

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