A critical element of this endeavor is the delivery of training and information to AAAE members. This is carried out in a number of traditional ways—through the use of newsletters, a magazine, special reports and by conducting over 65 meetings and seminars per year, to name a few. Recognizing that video can be a powerful and cost-effective tool to provide training, AAAE developed and implemented a satellite-based business television network—the Airport News and Training Network—that began broadcasting in January of 1993.
In January of 1998, AAAE took ANTN one step further introducing ANTN Digicast, a satellite-based computer network with the ability to send aviation information and training straight to an airport employee's desktop PC twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. A growing list of subscribing airports, now numbering around 100, use ANTN programming which is designed to provide subscribers with coverage of virtually every facet of the airport and aviation industry.
In short, ANTN is the information and training network for airports—providing information and training to aviation professionals every business day.
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Jim Martin - Staff VP, ANTN/Special Projects
Pat Raker - Staff VP, ANTN
Wayne Miyata - Production Manager, IET
Mike Bachman - Manager, Television Production
Travis Barton - Senior Video Editor, IET
Amy Rolling - Editor
Bill Krumpelman - Senior Cameraman, IET
Celeste Ward - Video Editor
Jason Hilton - Customer Support Technician
Jim Saiya - IET System Developer
Hesse Mhango - IET System Developer