Programming for the young generation requires a special skill set. Teens have notoriously short attention spans. Younger kids can’t be expected to grasp concepts if the explanations aren’t age-appropriate.
“In my 21 years as a Program Director in educational television, I have rarely seen a series as educational, entertaining and accessible as Teen/Kids News.”
Lucy Griggs, Program Director, The Education Channel
Emmy Award Winning TV Show
Now in our 18th season, this groundbreaking program airs weekly on more than 150 TV stations nationwide; carried by education channels reaching 10,000 schools; and available to all US Military families around the world via the American Forces Network.
National Governor’s Association & the Council of Chief State Officers
Dave Ornauer, Stars & Stripes
Driving Skills Videos
• Stay in the Picture
• Road Buzz News: Impaired Driving
• Road Buzz News: The Right Way to Turn Left
Public Service Announcements
|Arguing Can Wait||Best Friends Don’t Let Friends Text|
|Distractions Can Be Deadly||Don’t Be Just Another Number|
|Drowsy Driving||Go Your Own Pace|
|How Would You Feel?||Not My Fault|
|It’s Not Just Teens||Just Because You Can|
|Just Look Up||Letter From Heaven|
|One in Four Crashes||Only Bullies Tailgate|
|Don’t Order Death||Safety Signs|
|Share the Road||Shut It Down|
|Texting Can Wait||Weather the Weather|
|Would You Ever?||Too Tired To Drive|
Greg Simms, History Teacher, Washington Township High School
Texting Is Great But It Can Wait
Distracted driving PSA produced for the National Road Safety Foundation.
Interactive Streaming Newsfeed
Cutting edge daily news internet program specifically tailored to college students.
Casio Baby-G: With Ke$ha and Julie Weiss
Celebrity stylist has a tip on how to make the most out of your style.
U by Kotex featuring Khloe Kardashian
With sledge hammer in hand, Khloé helped unveil the Declaration of Real Talk.
“Unprecedented live TV!”
“Please pass on to your entire team our compliments for an excellent Siemens Science Day video. We’ve received nothing but positive feedback from those who have watched it.”
Michael McCauley, Siemens