With the introduction of newer streaming services such as Disney+, HBO Max, and Peacock in an already widespread field of ubiquitous offerings, are consumers bound to shift from cord-cutting to subscription-cutting?
Channel One (New York), producer of a daily educational news show, is offering curriculum targeting nonfiction literacy and critical thinking skills.
The curriculum is a subscription offering for grades 3-5 and 6-8. It uses nonfiction video and text that integrates English language arts with areas that include science, geography and college and career readiness. Students complete activities, do writing exercises and take short formative assessments to demonstrate understanding.
In the fall, ...
From Electronic Education Report, November 25, 2013
Discovery Communications (Silver Spring, MD) in November acquired Espresso Group Ltd, (London and Deerfield, IL), a provider of digital education content, primarily in the U.K.
The acquisition is part of Discovery’s overall expansion strategy for Discovery Education and is in line with Discovery Education’s plan to support educators globally as they transition from textbooks to digital learning environments.
Discovery will maintain Espres...