Wichita, KS (PRWEB) July 3, 2006
WingsOverKansas.com announces that media producer, Carl Chance will cover aviation and aerospace news from Wichita, the Air Capital of the World. Chance will report on current events, interviewing aviation community leaders to uncover developing news of interest to national and global aviation audiences published on the aviation web site, WingsOverKansas.com.
Chance was an aviation and aerospace correspondent, news consultant and television producer for the former cable and satellite broadcast "Wingspan Air & Space Channel." Chance had previously served as vice president, director of production and marketing with Wichita's public television station. Prior experience includes a professional career as writer/director/producer in television broadcast, video and advertising in Los Angeles and Kansas City. He has served as trustee of the Kansas Aviation Museum, creating fund-raising events and marketing strategies.
"Not only was Wichita the Air Capital of the World back in the early days of aviation, it is still the Air Capital of the World," said Chance. Today Wichita is home to Airbus/North American Wing Design, Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Bombardier Aerospace/Learjet, Cessna Aircraft Company, Raytheon/Beechcraft Aircraft Company and Spirit AeroSystems, plus a host of aircraft support suppliers in the state.
To access the Air Capital Aviation Report, log on to WingsOverKansas.com at http://www.wingsoverkansas.com. Recognized by McGraw-Hill as one of the top 500 Best Aviation Web Sites with visitors from over 140 countries worldwide, WingsOverKansas.com offers a unique perspective on the role that Kansas has and continues to play in the history and development of international, general and military aviation.
For over 600 pages of articles, log on and explore the web site at http://www.wingsoverkansas.com.
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