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Stream and record unlimited educational TV

 The SnapStream Server streams live or recorded television directly to classrooms over the existing local-area network and allows teachers to record an unlimited amount of educational content
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The SnapStream Server streams live or recorded television directly to classrooms over the existing local-area network and allows teachers to record an unlimited amount of educational content (from PBS, History Channel, A&E, CNN, Discovery, etc.) for free; there are no subscription fees.

One SnapStream Server can record up to 10 TV shows simultaneously and store up to 17,000 hours of TV. Teachers may then locate footage in the archives by identifying keyword(s) in the closed-captioning.

Other benefits include building a unified electronic library, search thousands of hours of television recordings within seconds, and control of user access. for more information, visit www.snapstream.com

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