Study: In-classroom newscasts provide students with valuable source of news

April 1999
Electronic Education Report;04/28/99, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Primedia's Channel One has released a study claiming that its 12-minute daily newscast is beneficial to students. Trend towards in-classroom newscasts; Deal between Channel One and America Online.


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