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Florida Aviation Network

The FAN Productions is an effort of the National Aviation Safety Foundation and a coalition of local, regional, and national aviation organizations and agencies.  We broadcast via satellite over the Florida Aviaton Network "In the Clear", internet, and radio. Past programs may be viewed on studio  site.

 

Website: http://www.floridaaviationnetwork.com/
Location: USA & throughtout the world.
Members: 59
Latest Activity: Jul 4

 

 The Day in the Life of A Volunteer    (Video)

http://youtu.be/AqMXbW6jr6s

What's it like to be a volunteer.  This videio shows what it was like  at the FAA Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida.  It is a great video for volunteers throughout the world.
 

Discussion Forum

CAP New Headquarters

Started by Obie S. Young. Last reply by Obie S. Young Aug 7, 2013. 1 Reply

Florida Wing Holds Ribbon Cutting for New Headquarters at Lakeland-Linder Regional Airport Lakeland, Florida – ** After a year of planning, Civil Air Patrol’s Florida Wing will open its new…Continue

Tags: Young, Obie, FAN, CAP

Aviation Orientation BSA - Jan 2013

Started by Obie S. Young Jan 2, 2013. 0 Replies

Session 1 Monday Jan 7th is Rock Rockcastle presents at 6:00 Troop 6 Mtg St. Lukes UMCLocation:…Continue

Tags: IAC, EAA, SNF, ORL, Simcom

Lopresti - 1st Sat

Started by Obie S. Young Jan 2, 2013. 0 Replies

I am trying to finally go to the LoPresti 1st Sat on Jan 5th.  Anyone else going? Continue

Tags: LoPresti, EAA, IAC, SNF, FAN

FAN APP

Started by Obie S. Young Dec 19, 2012. 0 Replies

On you iPhone go to your internet web access and type in  http://www.floridaaviationnetwork.com/an “install web app on your iPhone : tap and add…Continue

Tags: Orlando, Florida, Aviation, Young, Obie

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Comment by Obie S. Young on November 15, 2011 at 4:58am

The latest is show is 11/14/2011 Managing Safety number 11111401.

Managing Safety Host, Obie Young,  interviews Jim Alsip, Master Aerobatic Flight Instructor, about training for aerobatics,tail wheel aircraft, and upset training.  Jim has a weekly TV show and is about to release a book and training video titled "Rudder Fundamentals - the Key to Becoming a Great Stick."

Comment by Obie S. Young on November 11, 2011 at 3:11am

It looks like we are now producing 1 radio show each week with several in the cue.  We are now looking at 1 short video each month.  We hope to return to 30 min or 1 hour programs soon.

Comment by Obie S. Young on November 9, 2011 at 6:45am

We need crew for SUN 'n FUN Town Hall Meeting broadcast Friday Nov 18th. ***OBIE ***

Comment by Obie S. Young on November 3, 2011 at 12:37pm
CRA this weekend.. - Equipment Displays Fri 1-6, Sat 10-3.  ***OBIE ***
Comment by Obie S. Young on October 22, 2011 at 7:45am

http://youtu.be/rD6lcOBalzg

How do you attend The 22nd Annual Crystal Reel Awards & Exhibition tickets are now online at www.fmpta.org. On the main menu under the graphic in gold - CLICK HERE to purchase tickets for the 2011 Crystal Reel Award Gala -Remember the Exhibition is FREE!

 

Comment by Obie S. Young on October 17, 2011 at 8:41am
Most of the Major Aviaton Events are listed on the FAA Production Studios Schedule at: http://faaproductionstudios.com/Seminar%20Registration/Studio%20Cal...FAA Studio Schedule
Comment by Obie S. Young on October 13, 2011 at 4:03pm

This from AIN:

NBAA 2011 Deemed ‘Highly Successful’
As the 64th NBAA Convention closed yesterday, association president and CEO Ed Bolen deemed it a “highly successful” show. “What we are seeing is that the show is providing real value to the business aviation community, even in these challenging economic times,” he said. “The convention continues to be a must-attend event for anyone whose passion or profession involves business aviation.” According to NBAA, the three-day show in Las Vegas drew 26,077 attendees, 7 percent more than last year’s convention; 1,106 exhibitors, a 2-percent increase from a year ago; and 101 aircraft on display, including 85 at the sold-out static display at Henderson Executive Airport, five inside the Las Vegas Convention Center and 11 at the first-ever outdoor static display adjacent to the convention center. Notably, international registration was up more than 23 percent from last year, with nearly 4,000 representatives from 88 different countries present at NBAA 2011. “By every key measure, this year’s convention met or exceeded NBAA’s expectations,” Bolen concluded. “Equally important, the level of enthusiasm we’ve seen from show participants tells us that their expectations were met or exceeded as well.”

Comment by Obie S. Young on October 5, 2011 at 10:32am
You have to watch this all the way to the end.. Make sure you read the text around it also.
You have to watch to the end to discover which performers are the Holograms.
 
http://www.musion.co.uk/       What do this think?
Comment by Obie S. Young on October 5, 2011 at 9:00am
How to Volunteer -PC
 
 
All Production Crew Volunteers make application, are trained, and then approved in specific areas. 
We have information and photos of everyone on the crew.
 
In order to volunteer to participate on the FAA Production Crew you need to:
(Some you have alreday accomplished)

1.    Review the Studio web site and get familiar with the information on that site. http://faaproductionstudios.com/
2.    Be sure and watch the video on the main menu in the TV top right - "A Day in the Life of a Volunteer"
3.    Fill out an application on the Studio web site at: http://faaproductionstudios.com/application/faa_production_applicat...
4.    Order a crew shirt from the web site at: CTRL + Click to follow link"">http://faaproductionstudios.com/Sh...
5.    Advise us of your interest.  Do you want to work as a talent, tech, or a support crew member.
       There is no pressure.  We want to assist people to learn and improve their skills while producing safety presentation.
6.    Each area can become very involved.. This is up to you. We need help: daily, weekly, and monthly.
       (A great deal can be done at home!)
7.    Have your photo made and Studio ID issued.  (This is only needed and valid at the Lakeland or Orlando facilities and during
       the SUN 'n FUN  or other events that you are assigned to).
8.    You are in a continual training process as much and often as you have time.
      (You should be issued  part 1 of the crew book .) Many of the terms are from ITVA.
       A lot of our training is accomplished at trade shows at various time and locations and through FMPTA.
       (Florida Motion Picture and Television Association)
9.    If you work at the Lakeland or Orlando Studio   -You need to go through  the basic OSHA  / Safety walk through.
       It takes about 30-45 min for each facility.
 
I hope this answers some of your basic questions.
Comment by Obie S. Young on October 3, 2011 at 9:47am
Training Video on mics and mic techniques from Sennheiser:
 

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