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Defense Media Agency Renews Training Program With Class On Demand

Class on Demand, a provider of professional educational products for creative markets, has announced that it has extended its training program agreement with the American Forces Radio and Television Service part of the Defense Media Agency.
Under the agreement, now in its third year, all DoD civilian & Military personnel, which includes approximately 1000 broadcast producers from all four services, will have access to the company's training titles for; Sony Vegas, Adobe Photoshop, Sorenson Squeeze and BorisFX. Training content is made available via secure military networks to all broadcasters stateside and overseas.
Paul Holtz, Founder and CEO of Class on Demand, said: "We enjoy a great relationship with the Defense Media Agency. We are happy our products help the agency provide valuable programming and services to our armed forces serving overseas."
The Defense Media Activity is charged with providing both radio and television programming to DoD military & civilian personnel assigned overseas. DMA operates 33 full-service radio & television stations located in 15 countries.
The American Forces Radio and Television Service provide direct satellite service to 162 countries and manage service to the US Navy fleet at sea.
Video productions range from nightly newscasts and feature programs to live local radio shows and news segments.
David Pullen, Chief of Operations, American Forces Radio & Television Service, said: "Class on Demand training is invaluable in helping producers, especially those without a media background, come up to speed quickly on the software we use to produce our programming."
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