Schools to get satellite TVs

August 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;8/02/96, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p28
Reports that three more New Hampshire schools have joined the Continental Satellite Co. of New England's `Prime Locations' program, a community affairs initiative now focused on providing the Primestar satellite television service for free to certain New Hampshire schools. Satellite TV's delivery of The Learning Channel, The Discovery Channel and other services that can be used to enrich learning experience for students.


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