Airside TV, the online aviation video channel, and Flying Magazine, the world's most widely read aviation magazine, have teamed up to produce several online video news projects that will be available as streaming video from their web site. The service will launch with coverage of the EAA AirVenture from Oshkosh later this month. For more details, click on Read More.
Miami, Fla. (July 13, 2004) - AirsideTV, the world's first and only online aviation video channel and FLYING Magazine, the world's most widely read aviation magazine have formed a business relationship, where Airside TV will produce several online aviation video news projects for the publication. Called FLYING News, this streaming video broadcast -- produced by the Airside TV team -- will provide viewers with a comprehensive, yet concise, update of the week's top aviation news stories. This will be the first-ever news service of its kind, where aviation headlines will come alive via dynamic streaming video and special industry profiles. Featured interviews with aviation's newsmakers will keep viewers informed of the latest industry talk. FLYING News will also offer daily features including streaming video, audio interviews and text-based headlines. This service will officially launch during Airside TV's special daily video coverage from EAA AirVenture, held July 27-August 2 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The webcast will be accessible via Flying magazine's website - www.flyingmag.com
Paul Brennan, co-founder and Director of AirsideTV, emphasized the global power his company's online video platform offers. "We are very excited about this new relationship with Flying Magazine. We look forward to working with the magazine's highly respected team and developing a dynamic video-based aviation news product."
Wholly owned by NetsideTV Ltd. (owner of several online video platforms), AirsideTV is an Internet-based video channel offering high-quality streaming video coverage of the global aviation industry. The channel's extensive content includes profile features, special event coverage, air shows, modern and historic aviation documentaries and informative aviation news. AirsideTV is a multi-layered, highly resourced, Web-based 'hub' for 360-degree access to the dynamic industry, culture and personalities of aviation and its related industries. The channel was selected by the U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission to officially broadcast a series of key events during last year's Centennial of Flight Celebration. AirsideTV has also participated in other live webcast events, including NASA's Space Day program.