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Fri, May 11, 2012

ANN's 'Airborne' Expands Coverage, Adds Avionics Special Edition

Twice Each Week (and More!), We'd Like To Invite ALL of Aviation To Join Us As An 'Airborne' Partner

For well over a decade, one of the most tumultuous in aviation history, and encompassing some 150,000 stories, 5000 Aero-Casts as well as nearly 1500 Aero-TV video features, the Aero-News Network has been the premier source for Real-Time, ground-breaking, honest, real-time aviation news.

When each exciting new generation of aviation news products and programs were released, over the last decade or so, it was Aero-News that brought them to fruition.

With our 24/7, Real-Time, coverage we have often been the first to bring you the hard-hitting stories that matter most to the Aviation World. With 'Airborne' Aero-News expanded its efforts to bring you aviation news in a new and exciting way with a synoptic weekly Newscast covering the top stories in aviation from the prior week, brought to you in a high-def (HD!) web/broadcast format. 

Airborne regularly features guest appearances and commentary from some of Aviation's leading dignitaries, as well as some of Aero-News own familiar faces. Hosted by Ashley Hale and augmented by News-Editors Tom Patton, Glen Moyer, and Will Alibrandi, as well as Aero-News Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell; the ANN staff offers professional input, expertise and insight.

Each program features aggressive reporting, extensive B-Roll (compiled from ANN's five years of intensive video programming and archived footage), a number of guest news reporters, the occasional Skype or in-person video interview/analysis, a number of special Aero-Features geared to make Airborne LIVELY as well as informative, and the same slick, high-quality production values that have been our stock in trade (really) from day one. It's not just the usual web video with 20 minutes of 'talking head'… but truly engaging, news-packed, graphically enhanced, B-Roll-Rich, fast-paced Aero-News content and Aero-Analysis of lasting value to the aviation community.

ANN is already growing 'Airborne' programming with the expansion of the weekly news show to twice a week later this Spring, as well as the addition of a number of monthly and bi-monthly specialty editions focusing on the most exciting and news-worthy aspects of the aviation and aerospace world.

The first 'Airborne Special Edition' will focus on all things Avionics. Starting with regularly scheduled reports on the avionics industry, its products, companies and the regulatory environment; 'Airborne S.E. - Avionics Update' will work with the AEA and a number of other important partners in the aviation electronics industry to make sure that the world of avionics is reported on aggressively, accurately, and with Airborne's characteristic visual appeal and editorial professionalism.

An additional Airborne Special Edition project on the horizon will concentrate on the Airshow world and the extraordinary contribution that pivotal industry makes in keeping the best and brightest of the aviation world alive and exciting -- and visible to millions of people all over the world.

ANN is extending an invitation now to potential news partners and contributors that are willing to help us raise the bar (again) with unique, informative, content geared specifically to making sure that the most innovative industry in all of aviation, namely avionics, is covered with the kind of programming that reflects the unique position that this community has in the aviation and aerospace world.

Please contact ANN to see how you might benefit all of aviation by working with ANN's 'Airborne Special Edition - Avionics Update' -- the latest new programming initiative from the Aero-News Network - the aviation world's most comprehensive news and information resource. 

FMI: www.aero-news.net, publisher@aero-news.net, 800-356-PROP (7767), 863-299-8680.

 

 


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