OSHKOSH, WI (July 10, 2015) – WarbirdsNews is bringing aviation history to more audiences by joining up with Flying on Demand to broadcast – live – the popular Warbirds In Review sessions at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) AirVenture Oshkosh 2015, between July 20th-26th.
Warbirds in Review brings history to life through legendary wartime aircraft and the heroic veterans who flew them. Hosted by EAA Warbirds of America, these informal sessions delve into an aircraft’s restoration, operation and other aspects of owning a valued piece of history. They also spotlight veterans sharing stories about what it was like to fly the aircraft in combat or support its operation as a ground crew member. This is the first year for the agreement with Warbirds News and Flying on Demand to broadcast the events which occur daily, Monday through Saturday, at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on EAA’s Warbird Alley.
“Warbird enthusiasts should be very happy with this partnership,” said Moreno Aguiari, founder of Warbirds News. “Both websites have worked hard to provide quality content. Between the massive audience of Warbirds News and the quality of filming provided by the Flying on Demand crew, we will be able to further promote the warbird movement worldwide.”e.”
“Warbirds in Review has become the feature that Oshkosh attendees don’t want to miss. Now in our 14th year, it is pretty exciting that EAA Warbirds of America has partnered with Sleeping Dog Productions to film all of the presentations in High Definition. ” Said Connie Bowlin Founder & Chairman of Warbirds In Review and EAA Warbirds of America Vice President. “Through their “FlyingonDemand.com” live streaming we will reach a worldwide audience.” We are expanding even further by adding morning photo missions with mass formations of Warbird aircraft, filmed by Sleeping Dog to be included in a post-convention show that will include Warbirds in Review as well as historical footage.”
To watch Warbirds in Review presentations live, please click HERE.
About Flying on Demand:
Arguably, the airplane and the World Wide Web were the two most significant inventions of the 20th Century. No two creations have done more to put time, distance and information under humankind’s control than flight and digital technology. Now, Flying on Demand marries these two cultural forces to make the best – and the most – aviation Video/TV/Film content available from one source, to anyone interested in aviation, anywhere in world.
Initially, Flying on Demand will consist of seven channels of varied aviation interest. Content will continually be added and refreshed. Subscribe to ALL genres on FLYING OnDemand.com. Now, the best in aviation documentaries, information and entertainment will be available to anyone with an internet connection to watch where, when and how they want it. The Creators of FOD have announced Monthly live streaming events with aviation icons such as Col. C.E. ‘Bud’ Anderson, Lt. Col. Richard E. Cole, Brig. Gen. Dan Cherry and Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady. Icons of aviation’s past will include Brig. Gen. David Lee “Tex” Hill, Gen. Robin Olds, Lt.-Gen. Gunther Rall and 1st Lt. Robert J. ‘Shorty’ Rankin. Rounding out the viewers’ experiences, FOD will stream Warbird and general aviation events, airshows, ceremonies and dedications directly to the viewers, anytime, anywhere, with any device.
About Warbirds News:
WarbirdNews.com is an online news resource dedicated to Warbirds, aviation museums and the many enthusiasts who want to know more about them. The goal of the site is to provide fresh daily news content for a large community of aviation fans who visit Warbirds News pages regularly. WarbirdNews.com is composed of a group of passionate Warbird enthusiasts who love the history and technology that Aviation Museums preserve for the public. Warbirds News intends to play a role in safeguarding the heritage of these beautiful machines by providing increased awareness and education through the use of internet-based, digital media.