When Houghton Mifflin’s Channel One News plays videos from students, there is a tremendous savings for the in-classroom TV show. Every minute of student-produced content is one minute less Channel One has to create.
Do other schools want to see student-made videos about their upcoming prom? Absolutely not, but Channel One and Houghton Mifflin don’t care. They have time that needs to be filled with content whether it is good content or bad. See why Channel One News is going dark in classrooms across the country?