Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 19, 2012
Today, BAM Radio Network (BRN) announced that Cengage Learning, Inc., a leading educational content, software and services company for the academic, professional and library markets worldwide has signed an agreement to license BAM Radio Network content. The non-exclusive agreement includes selected BAM Radio Network segments on the value of art in education, multiple learning styles and the case for movement in education, all hosted by Rae Pica. The content licensing agreement has a term of five years.
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to offer our programming to one of the nation’s leading publishers of educational text books. The digital content aligns well with the textbook and clearly adds value,” said Rae Pica, co-founder of BAM Radio Network.
About Cengage Learning, Inc.
Cengage Learning is a leading educational content, software and services company for the academic, professional and library markets worldwide. The company’s products and services are designed to foster academic excellence and professional development, increase student engagement, improve learning outcomes and deliver authoritative information to people whenever and wherever they need it. Through the company’s unique position within both the library and academic markets, Cengage Learning is providing integrated learning solutions that bridge from the library to the classroom. Cengage Learning’s brands include Brooks/Cole, Course Technology, Delmar, Gale, Heinle, National Geographic Learning, South-Western and Wadsworth, among others. Cengage Learning is headquartered in Stamford, CT. For more information on Cengage Learning please visit http://www.cengage.com.
About BAM Radio Network
BAM Radio Network is the largest online, education radio network for parents, teachers, administrators, advocates, journalists, legislators and all people interested in education-related topics. The network offers 21 channels of education programming available on demand and hosted by the nation's leading educators and advocates. The network is a joint venture between privately held Washington D.C.-based Moving & Learning and Los Angeles-based Jackstreet Media Ventures LLC. The programming is produced by social media strategist and Emmy-winning broadcaster Errol St. Clair Smith and distributed through the Affiliate Nanocasting Network.
Exceptional Program Hosts
BAM Radio Network has assembled the heads of the education community's leading associations to bring you the most insightful, accurate, relevant and up-to-date information on the education issues people really care about. The on-air hosts include:
- Gail Connelly, executive director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals
- Dan Domenech, executive director of the American Association of School Administrators
- Yasmina Vinci, executive director of the National Head Start Association
- John Musso, executive director of the Association of School Business Officials
- Betsy Landers, president of the National Parent Teachers Association
- Donna Mazyck, executive director of the National Association of School Nurses
- Jodi Grant, executive director of the Afterschool Alliance
- Linda Geigle, executive director of the National Association for Family Child Care
- Diane Whitehead, executive director of the Association for Childhood Education International
- Glenda Bean, executive director of the Southern Early Childhood Association
These education advocates are at the center of their respective communities and have their fingers on the pulse of what is going on moment by moment. Their programs are an invaluable resource for reporters, advocates, activists, legislators, analysts, parents, educators, administrators and anyone interested in transforming education.
To bring a wider, richer perspective to listeners, BAM Radio augments its team of expert hosts with a cadre of accomplished journalists who provide insightful commentary. BAM’s core of on-air commentators includes Jay Mathews, education columnist with the Washington Post; Debra Viadero, associate editor at Education Week; Lisa Guernsey, director of New America's Early Education Initiative, former staff writer at the New York Times and contributor to Early Ed Watch; Valerie Strauss, education columnist with the Washington Post; Ugo Uche of Psychology Today; and Stephanie Banchero of the Wall Street Journal.
Combined, this team of hosts and commentators provides a panoramic perspective and exceptional insight on the education issues of the day.
Jackstreet Media Ventures LLC