Daily television newscast that is shown to 12,000 middle, junior and senior high school students. Offers content for students and supplements to broadcasts. [Description from dmoz]
This company hopes when students need news, they'll tune in to its TV channel first. Channel One operates the Channel One Network, a satellite TV network that reaches about 6 million students in more than 8,000 junior and senior high schools with daily newscasts and educational videos. Launched in 1990, Channel One provides schools with the necessary broadcast equipment (TVs, monitors, satellite dishes) to view its programs free of charge. It also offers news and programming on its Web site. Most of the company's revenues come from advertising. Marketing and media company Alloy acquired Channel One from magazine publisher PRIMEDIA in 2007. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches approximately 9,340 U.S. monthly people.
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