Schools have been closed for the previous month in France. That’s why French startup Molotov is leveraging its excessive TV service to provide material for children of all ages. In specific, the business has actually partnered with SchoolMouv, a company that offers videos, workouts and more.

Dubbed “ Molotov for School”, the brand-new section lets you find videos that are appropriate for your kid. It aggregates all TV content related to education from France 4, Arte, TF1, M6, etc.

. Curation effort, users can search SchoolMouv videos from the app. There are around 1,000 lessons that cover all grounds in middle school and high school. SchoolMouv generally charges EUR30 per month for its service (currently on sale at EUR15).

Molotov is offering SchoolMouv videos totally free up until May 15. You can’t access interactive exercises but you can still see all of the company’s videos for the next month. You do not have to enter your charge card details.

Molotov likewise offers a choice of documentaries about historical occasions and science subjects. While numerous parents invest a great deal of time interacting with teachers to make certain that their kids stay on track, Molotov might be beneficial when moms and dads are simply too busy.

Molotov is utilizing this chance to report that it now has actually 10 million registered users. In 2015, when Altice announced that it would obtain a bulk stake in Molotov, the start-up had actually 7 million registered users. The deal with Altice failed and Molotov remains an independent company.

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.