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- Free programs attract 60,000 schools. // NEA Today;May93, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the uses of the Cable in the Classroom commercial-free programming in America's schools. Programs offered; Waning interest in Whittle Communications Channel One; Statistics on schools with Cable in the Classroom in American states.
- Free cable in the classroom. // Instructor-Primary;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 108 Issue 4, p5
Reports on the Cable in the Classroom public service of the cable industry in the United States. Access to nearly 500 hours of commercial-free, educational programming per month; Contributions of the volunteers from the National Retired Teachers Association.
- CABLE LISTINGS. // T H E Journal;Apr2000, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p52
Reports on cable television news and developments related to education as of April 2000. Turner Learning's offering of an in-depth look at the effects of fantasy versus reality in media through the TNT original film Don Quixote and accompanying curriculum guide; Cable News Network's...
- Slj/VIDEO WATCH. Emmens, Carol A. // School Library Journal;Mar81, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p117
Emphasizes the need for a school representative in a municipality's cable television franchise committee. School representative's responsibility for requesting equipment needed by schools to utilize access to channels; Gloucester County Cable Co.'s revamping of the closed circuit system of...
- Educational fare is cable channel staple. // Remedial & Special Education;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p35
Introduces the Learning Channel's cable television programs committed to home learning, classroom learning and teaching professions. `Ready, Set Learn!' for preschoolers; `TLC Elementary School,' series for elementary school educators; `Teacher TV,' a series for, by and about teachers; Contact...
- Discovery Channel School. // Science Scope;Oct96, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p4
Announces the availability of Discovery Channel School, an educational service, on Discovery Channel Online. World Wide Web site address; Provision of resources for incorporating television programming and technologies into classroom plans.
- Programming options with cable television. Ross, Barbara M. // Media & Methods;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p18
Reports on the availability of educational programs on cable television. Program developers; Topics; Offerings from CNN Newsroom, C-SPAN, Arts & Entertainment, Bravo, CNBC and MTV.
- Cable in the Classroom. Glantz, Shelley // Technology Connection;Apr98, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p14
Provides information on Cable in the Classroom, an educational nonprofit service of the cable television industry and national cable television networks in the United States. Commercial-free programming; Number of members; Availability of rebroadcast prime-time programs; Airing of programs...
- HBO joins Cable in the Classroom. // Book Report;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 13 Issue 2, Technology Connection p9
Reports on Home Box Office's participation in the Cable in the Classroom project. Offer of two original programs annually that may be taped off the cable network's affiliate promotional feed for distribution to schools in the franchise area; First program offered through the partnership;...