Future Media Concepts Achieves Apple Gold-Level

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<strong>New York</strong><br />Future Media Concepts (FMC), a digital media training center, has been awarded Gold-level status as an Apple Authorized Training Center (AATC). This prestigious distinction is awarded only to the best performing AATCs.<br /><br />According to Apple, the new AATC Recognition Program &ldquo;rewards the highest performing AATCs and encourages all centers to strive for excellence in training and certification.&rdquo; Gold-level status allows IT and Pro Apps AATCs such as FMC to differentiate themselves in a competitive market.<br /><br />&ldquo;We are pleased to be recognized by Apple, and we are especially proud of our instructors who are instrumental in helping us receive this status,&rdquo; said Jeff Rothberg, president and co-founder of Future Media Concepts. <br /><br />FMC classes are taught using Apple&#39;s authorized curriculum and instructors to ensure the highest level of expertise and professionalism in digital video technology. Courses cover all of Final Cut Studio 2, including Final Cut Pro 6, Motion 3, Soundtrack Pro 2, Color and DVD Studio Pro 4, as well as Logic Pro 8, Shake 4, Final Cut Server, Aperture 2, iWork &lsquo;08 and iLife &lsquo;08. In addition, FMC now offers the complete range of Mac OS X Leopard training. Small class size is just one reason FMC is considered a leader in the digital media space with class size rarely exceeding eight students.<br /><br />Since certification can be a key differentiator in the fields of digital media and IT, FMC offers certification exams for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard, as well as all Apple Pro Applications. <br />

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