BOSTON, MA – August 21, 2006 – Internationally-acclaimed educational media producer and publisher FableVision is moving its headquarters to the Boston Children’s Museum building. FableVision is joining several other child-focused educational organizations that have also moved into the celebrated 117-year old building situated along Fort Point Channel, including Citizen Schools, Jumpstart, and the Museum Institute for Teaching Science.

Just in time to celebrate its tenth anniversary, FableVision will move its publishing operations and newly designed media production studios to the Boston Children’s Museum building in early September. “This is a dream come true,” shares FableVision’s CEO Peter H. Reynolds, adding, “Over thirty years ago, my twin brother and I fell in love with the Children’s Museum when it was located in Jamaica Plain  and that sense of playful learning we experienced there is at the heart of our mission at FableVision.”

FableVision President Paul Reynolds said, “All of us lucky enough to drop anchor at the Children’s Museum are committed to making this a destination point and national stage for the best alternative and innovative forms to reach all learners  young and old alike.” FableVision creates educational broadcast programs, museum kiosks, educational websites and K12 software with an emphasis on creative ways to reach even the most reluctant or challenged learners.

FableVision (www.fablevision.c om) is a turn-key media developer and publisher committed to creating positive programming/products that help all learners navigate their full potential. With offices in Boston, Portland, Oregon and London, the FableVision team enjoys an international reputation for its unique brand of innovative, technology-delivered storytelling and learning, which include K12 software product offerings (Stationery Studio, BrainCogs, Essay Express, Get A Clue) distributed around the globe.

FableVision’s CEO Peter H. Reynolds’ success as a children’s book author/illustrator (NY Times Best- Selling Judy Moody, Judy Blume’s Fudge series, The North Star, The Dot, Ish, and So Few of Me) has also helped position FableVision as an award-winning content provider to global consumer and classroom markets. With over twenty years of work in the education, Peter has received many honors including the recent life-time Computer Using Educator (CUE) Award for Technology & Leadership and the Christopher Award for “advancing the ideals of the human spirit.”

For additional information about FableVision’s mission to use media, storytelling and technology to reach all learners, explore www.fablevision.com or call 1-888- 240-3734.

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