08.11.2009 11:02 AM
Keystone Enterprise Services to deliver Channel One News

Channel One, the news and content provider for teenagers, has contracted with Keystone Enterprise Services to supply turnkey satellite network and support services for its school news broadcast Channel One News, which reaches more than 6 million middle and high school students daily.

Keystone Enterprise Services will beam Channel One signals via nationwide satellite to deliver Channel One News’ daily broadcast to schools and will provide network monitoring, help desk and on-site field support services for Channel One’s network equipment within the schools.



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