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Media service acquires digital content rights

Learn360, an interactive media-on-demand service for the K-12 education market, announces it now has exclusive rights to Sunburst Visual Media digital videos and content, effective immediately. Sunburst’s content was previously available through several educational video streaming platforms but is now only distributed on Learn360. Both Sunburst and Learn360 are divisions of AIM Education, Inc.

Since 1972, Sunburst has published guidance and health educational media for the K-12 market, presenting tough-to-teach topics in a realistic and engaging manner. The content focuses on critical topics including bullying, conflict resolution, character education, life skills and drug and alcohol abuse.

“Sunburst is a high-profile producer that is effective in subjects across the board,” said Mike Kroening, executive vice president of sales at Learn360. “Educating students on bullying, obesity, internet safety and other issues is critical in schools today and are just a few of the many areas in which this content is highly effective.”

Additionally, Sunburst content covers core curriculum subjects such as science, social studies and art, as well as professional development. Its more than 3,400 titles are available only as digital classroom videos to Learn360 subscribers. These videos can be streamed, edited and downloaded to provide educators with a variety of options to meet their needs.

In addition to Sunburst Visual Media, Learn360 provides customers with thousands of digital video titles, images, articles, audio files and podcasts. These resources are provided by noted educational publishers such as Encyclopaedia Britannica, AETV (which include A&E, History and Bio), PBS and National Geographic, among others. A free 30-day trial is available at www.Learn360.com.

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