SOURCE: AudioEye , Inc.

September 03, 2013 08:28 ET

Innovative Vail School District Contracts With AudioEye to Adopt and Distribute AudioEye Technologies

Developer of "Beyond Textbooks" and Home of Empire High School, the First Laptop-Only Public High School in America, to Implement Interactive Talking Campus Websites With Audio Internet™ Platform

TUCSON, AZ--(Marketwired - Sep 3, 2013) - AudioEye®, Inc. (OTCQB: AEYE), creator of the Audio Internet™ patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform, today announced that the Company has contracted to activate AudioEye's Audio Internet™ technology within the websites and campuses of the Vail School District. A total of twelve campus websites and one district-wide website will adopt the Audio Internet feature, which will soon be available to the almost 12,000 students enrolled in grades K-12, their families, faculties and the Vail community located in Southern Arizona.

In 2011, AudioEye implemented its technology, in collaboration with master's degree students and faculty, at the University of Arizona's Eller Management Information Systems ("MIS") College. The AudioEye solution is fully compliant with the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act and unlocks interactive, mobile and voice features throughout the University campus. Through the partnership with Vail School District, these features will now be made available to K-12 campuses and their websites.

Vail School District is recognized for its pioneering work in leading education solution technologies. Its "Beyond Textbooks" initiative has been so successful that 81 other school districts and charter schools in the State of Arizona have licensed content through that process. In addition to adopting and perfecting the Audio Internet technology, Vail will also have the ability to distribute it to other school districts and educational institutions in Arizona under this agreement. AudioEye will retain the ability to market the technology within the other 49 states and Puerto Rico through the joint venture partnership arrangement. 

Audio Internet represents a low-cost solution for compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act and enables a variety of mobile and interactive user experiences.

"We are proud to partner with a local business that is a nationally recognized leader and has helped open the web to all users across the visual spectrum," commented Calvin Baker, Superintendent of the Vail School District.

"Our focus on educational solutions is steadfast," observed Nathaniel T. Bradley, Chief Executive Officer of AudioEye, Inc. "The positive impact that our audio-based platform has on the mobility of the learning process, combined with its convenience and security, have resulted in a solution that is ideal for multi-campus deployment. Implementation of the Audio Internet platform will represent another 'industry first' for Vail School District. Our technology adds significant value to the educational process, allows K-12 campuses throughout the nation to comply with federal mandates, and provides an equally accessible experience to all users."

About Vail School District

Founded in 1903, the Vail School District was once a ranching community with a one-room schoolhouse. Today, the Vail School District continues to serve the community with the old-fashioned values of hard work and high standards, while utilizing modern mediums and state-of-the-art methodologies.

Because the Vail/SE Tucson region of Southern Arizona has experienced immense residential and commercial growth over the past decade, the Vail School District is now one of the fastest-growing districts in Arizona. At present, the Vail School District is comprised of seven elementary schools, four middle schools, three comprehensive high schools, a nontraditional high school, and four charter schools. Almost 12,000 students are currently enrolled in grades K-12.

The Vail School District is careful to continuously scrutinize what is best for students and families in light of ever-changing cultural and generational paradigms. For example, because technology has infiltrated the lives of families across the country, the Vail School District strives to ensure that teachers, parents, and students have the tools they need to succeed in the classroom, the workplace, and the larger global community. For additional information please visit or

About AudioEye, Inc.

AudioEye, Inc. (OTCQB: AEYE) has developed patented Internet content publication and distribution software that enables the conversion of any media into an audio-accessible format and allows for real-time distribution to end-users on any Internet-connected device. The focus of the Company is to provide solutions that allow more comprehensive access to the Internet, print, broadcast and other media, irrespective of an individual's network connection, device, location, or impairment. AudioEye solutions also provide comprehensive E-Learning and E-Commerce systems, as well as a variety of Internet publishing products and services.

The Company is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, and its common stock trades on the OTCQB under the symbol "AEYE".

Audio Internet and AudioEye are Registered Trademarks of AudioEye, Inc., All Rights Reserved. The systems and technologies described herein are protected all or in part by US7966184, US7653544, US8046229, US8296150, US8260616 and patents pending in the U.S. and Internationally. These products enable all customers to create and deliver highly scalable accessible voice browsing applications. For more information, please visit or call 866.331.5324.

Forward-Looking Statements

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Contact Information

  • For additional information, please contact:

    Nathaniel Bradley
    AudioEye, Inc.
    (866) 331-5324


    RJ Falkner & Company, Inc.
    Investor Relations Counsel
    (830) 693-4400
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