As the homeschooling industry continues to grow in the United States, Cinedigm Corp.'s (NASDAQ: CIDM) Dove Channel today announced a strategic partnership with SchoolhouseTeachers.com, a division of The Old Schoolhouse®. The partnership will kick off with a bundled holiday sale on Wednesday, November 23, that features a discounted rate for SchoolhouseTeachers.com ($99 vs. $139 for annual subscription), which includes access to more than 300 classes for all ages, and a free one-year add-on to Dove Channel. The bundle promotion will end December 2. Dove Channel serves the faith and family audience, offering a wide variety of content from meaningful mainstream movies, independent films, and documentaries, to heartwarming TV series and children's programs. The specialized streaming service offers the homeschooling community video content geared specifically to homeschooling families that meet The Dove Foundation™ rating system that ranks programs in six key areas: sexuality, language, violence, drug and alcohol use, nudity, and other, to ensure appropriate programming for families. The partnership with The Old Schoolhouse® and SchoolhouseTeachers.com is the latest in a long line of homeschooling initiatives from Dove Channel. In the last six months, Dove Channel homeschooling partnerships have included six state organizations, including Arizona Families for Home Education, Indiana Association of Home Educators, Home School Building of Michigan, Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania, Christian Homeschoolers Association of South Carolina, and Homeschool Educators Association of Virginia. Five more state homeschooling organizations have expressed interest in participating. The service also teamed up with national homeschool conferences and events such as Homeschool Teacher Appreciation Day and companies like Apologia and Hip Homeschool Moms. Additional parenting organization support includes partners such as Hearts at Home, KidsFirst!, Well Planned Gal, Busy Mom, and Cross & Quill Media. In these partnerships, homeschooling parents generally receive access to the curated content at a discounted rate, as well as access to an ongoing collection of crucial curriculum from partners.