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Washington D.C. branch office harbors new VUE testing center; FMC one of the few training organizations to provide end-to-end certification training services

New York, NY – October 8, 2009 – Future Media Concepts (FMC), the premier authorized digital media training organization for postproduction, broadcast, and content creators, announced that they are working alongside Pearson VUE® for comprehensive test delivery. Pearson VUE is the global leader in computer-based testing for information technology, academic, government and professional testing programs. Testing is offered exclusively through FMC Washington, D.C. using the Pearson VUE Authorized Test Center network of more than 5,000 sites in 165 countries. Offering control and flexibility, Pearson VUE’s real-time testing system allows FMC to administer a variety of their Adobe® Certification examinations through a centralized scheduling system. Pearson VUE also provides FMC with instantaneous access to reporting and tracking, alongside 24-hour technical support.

“Pearson VUE’s centralized testing creates a flexible and convenient way to administer our Adobe certification courses. Our students can access its real-time, web-based registration, while our instructors are able to easily access the software application to adjust test hours, test availability and additional management needs,” said Jeff Rothberg, president and co-founder, FMC. “We look forward to working with Pearson VUE to continue providing a comprehensive course experience from beginning to end.”

FMC Washington D.C. is currently offering Pearson VUE certification testing for a variety of Adobe software, including: After Effects®, Illustrator®, Photoshop®, Premiere Pro® and After Effects®. For a full list of available Adobe tests using Pearson VUE testing, please contact Future Media Concepts directly at (202) 429-9700 or visit their website:

About Pearson VUE

Pearson VUE is the global leader in computer-based testing for information technology, academic, government and professional testing programs around the world. Pearson VUE provides a full suite of services from test development to data management, and delivers exams through the world’s most comprehensive and secure network of test centers in 165 countries. Pearson VUE is a business of Pearson (NYSE: PSO; LSE: PSON), the international media company, whose businesses include the Financial Times Group, Pearson Education and the Penguin Group. For more information please visit:

Future Media Concepts Washington, D.C.

The Washington DC branch was established in 2001. The current office is equipped with 5 state-of-the-art training suites and is centrally located on 1627 K Street, near Farragut Square in NW Washington DC. FMC holds two GSA schedule contracts to facilitate federal, state and local government training.

About Future Media Concepts

In 1994, Jeff Rothberg and Ben Kozuch launched Future Media Concepts as the world’s first Avid Authorized Training Center. Over the years, FMC expanded its curriculum to become the nation’s premier digital media training organization, representing the leading software manufacturers, including Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Avid, Boris FX, Digidesign®, NewTek® and Softimage®. In addition, FMC is a leading producer of educational-rich conferences and expositions for the production and postproduction industries.

FMC has established state-of-the-art training centers in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Orlando, Chicago and Dubai, with onsite training worldwide. For more information regarding classes and upcoming events please visit:

Press Contact

To schedule a press briefing, please contact Kathleen Langlois or Janice Dolan at:

Zazil Media Group

Kathleen Langlois

(p) +1 413 374 7655


Zazil Media Group

Janice Dolan

(p) +1 617 817 6595


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