10.11.2007 12:20 PM
Air Force extends digital training materials program

The first several months of an agreement between Class on Demand and the U.S. Air Force has gone so well that both parties have agreed to an extension on their digital content licensing contract inked last year.

Under the agreement, Class on Demand will design and distribute the Air Force’s media training materials for more than 200 producers and broadcasters working for this division of the armed forces.

Following the success of the original agreement, Class on Demand will continue to work with the Air Force to distribute training content through the Internet.

The Air Force cited the speed and efficiency of Class on Demand’s rollouts of video-based training titles as a key factor in the success of the distance learning solution.

For more information, visit www.classondemand.net.



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