Southington, CT (PRWEB) September 01, 2012
Mazzarella Media, award-winning educational media producer, has signed a new agreement with Discovery Education renewing their existing licensing agreement and expands it to include hundreds of titles from Mazzarella Media’s new series “Science Video-Vocab”. The new agreement also extends the licensing period of all titles through October 31, 2020. Tony Mazzarella Jr, Mazzarella Media's Integrated Technology Director said of the contract extension "Discovery is one of our most valued distribution partners, it is with great confidence that we've extended our terms with them throughout the rest of the decade."
Discovery Education is one of the main providers of Mazzarella Media’s educational video content via digital streaming directly to millions of students across North America. In the area of digital content streaming, Discovery Education is an industry leader in delivering high quality, dynamic, and on-demand video to schools.
Mazzarella Media’s new Video-Vocab Series will be featured on Discovery Education starting this school year (2012 - 2013). According to Anthony Mazzarella, President of Mazzarella Media, the live action Video-Vocab programs incorporate many research-based learning strategies that have been proven to help students learn and retain vocabulary. Each video features a wide variety of video footage, photographs, diagrams and colorful, animated graphics and labels. Each program complies with national and state curriculums and emerging standards-based learning initiatives.
With the beginning of the school year nation-wide, Discovery and Mazzarella Media will release eighty-four K-12 Science programs first series of Video-Vocab collection. The content offerings will be expanded exponentially heading into Q1 of next year and beyond. Each topic is presented in both English and Spanish language versions.
This new agreement reaffirms a decade long relationship between two leaders in the education market, ensuring the continued expansion of content offerings to K - 12 students across the US and Canada.