Student contractors will create subcomponents, etc., that they might then license (see "Licensing by student creators") for incorporation by fellow students who have product in the Prime-Time queue awaiting national debut. From the moment product enters the Prime-Time queue or perhaps the queue for a national contest being held at a 10-group (see "The 10-group advantage," exhibit "N"), contractor-licensors will begin submitting offers to enhance it.
Student contractors will thus "work the queue," fine-tuning product for a higher impact presentation, perhaps for the next day's Prime-Time edition.
● For example, student creator-licensors might submit contextually relevant simulations, customized games, puzzles, graphics, video clips or state-of-the-art special effects.Still other student-licensors might build sound "modules" such as thematic music fragments and sound bites in the voice of a cartoon character such as Homer Simpson.
● And the reward for providing a masterful student-built soundtrack with pumping bass, shrieking violins, ambient techno and ooh-ah state-of-the-art graphics and video? A good time creating it, soaring levels of experience and insight . . . and national (byline) recognition.
Contractors will be recognized via a byline whenever their subcomponent or other contribution is part of a published product. Further recognition will be via the Contractors' Index, serving not just as a national scorecard but as a directory for use by potential licensees.