Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 24, 2008
Today the BAM Radio Network (BRN), a joint project of Moving & Learning and Jackstreet Media, announced that it has reached a deal with Educational Activities, Inc. to sponsor a new channel exclusively for early childhood professionals. The new BAM! Educators Channel features programming specifically aimed at teachers, school administrators, professional care givers and homeschool parents. The channel is available on demand at the BAM Radio site, http://www.bodymindandchild.com, and will be syndicated across the BAM Network. The program engages leading experts in the fields of education and child development and offers the most up-to-date insights and practices available to educators. Additionally, each segment offers quick, useful tips and tools for professional educators.
"We are delighted with the early interest we are seeing from suppliers and vendors. The program has emerged as an extremely effective way to reach educators who are engaged and proactively seeking better ways to improve their effectiveness," said Rae Pica, director of Moving & Learning and co-founder of the BAM Radio Network.
About Educational Activities
Educational Activities, Inc. distributes educational products throughout the United States and Canada as well as internationally. Educational Activities was founded in 1948 and is owned and managed by the Harris family.
Over the years, the company has offered a variety of products, including early childhood CDs, preschool videos and DVDs, read-along children's books, and middle-school videos and workbooks, as well as job skills materials for older students and adults. Recently, Educational Activities developed a line of early childhood professional development videos and DVDs.
Educational Activities maintains its international headquarters in Baldwin, New York. The company employs over 15 people and has an international network of dealers and distributors.
About BAM Radio Network
The BAM Radio Network was launched to address the severe imbalance in parenting practices caused by the "commercialization of parenting" and the emphasis on intellectual development that excludes the critical role of the mind/body connection in early childhood. Created by leading early childhood experts, the programming challenges the popular genre of parenting notions that has given rise to commercial products like Baby Einstein, Brainy Baby and lapware, all of which claim to accelerate a child's mental development in the face of science that suggests otherwise. The network is a joint venture between New Hampshire-based Moving & Learning and Los Angeles-based Jackstreet Media Ventures LLC. The program is produced by Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Errol Smith and distributed through the Affiliate Nanocasting Network.