Houghton Mifflin/Channel One News
From the archives: Channel One’s bad message about drugs
March 12, 2016
Houghton Mifflin/Channel One Archives
Houghton Mifflin/Channel One News Archives
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Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood
Honk if you have owned Channel One News.
Age-inappropriate content on Channel One News (Video)
Shame on Channel One News: Insidious 2 movie promoted to children (2013)
Channel One News Hall of Shame: This is one of the milder movies promoted on classroom TVs.
Channel One News Hall of Shame: Classroom video clip of terrorist about to behead American (2014)
Houghton Mifflin shows no love to Channel One News
“It’s like Spicer sat down for an interview with a student reporter from Channel One news.”
“Channel One should be worth $1 billion in two years” William Reilly 1997
Channel One News focuses on protests instead of Trump inauguration/ Why show Madonna?
Channel One News Hall of Shame: The New Republic article (1999)
The genius behind Skoollive
An absurd waste of taxpayer money. What Channel One News did on January 5, 2017.
Channel One News rubs pot in faces of preteens
Doritos ultrasound commercial
Channel One News say “Bah Humbug” to Christmas, again.
Channel One News Hall of Shame: First Day Is All Horror Day
Channel One News Hall of Shame: Explain this, Channel One. (2012)
Channel One News teaching schoolchildren America is safer with sanctuary cities.
Rhode Island taxpayers help out Channel One
Sharleen Smith VP Product Management out the door at Channel One News
Channel One News to kids: How will history treat a brutal human rights violator?
Castro, a monster? Not according to Channel One News.
A plea to the Elida (OH) Board of Education
Houghton Mifflin stock sinks. Termination of Channel One News next?
Channel One News audience? Under 2 million?
Another reboot for SkoolLive
Houghton Mifflin cans Linda Zecher, Channel One’s CJ Kettler next?
Channel One asks middle schoolers: Do you think it’s disrespectful not to stand during the national anthem?
“Free”? Channel One should pay schools to air its TV show.
Socially speaking, Skoollive is Skooldead.
Channel One is back. Few young people care.
Moving van at the dock: Channel One has to move again.
Sick Houghton Mifflin may consider pulling plug on Channel One News.
Skoollive attempts comeback with new website.
Skoollive: Back from the dead?
Channel One News not hiring, as if you were interested.
Maggie Rulli leaves Channel One News
Schools continue to disrespect Channel One News
From the archives: Channel One Promotes Another Drug Movie
From the archives: Channel One’s bad message about drugs
From the archives: Channel One News tells kids, Half of your parents tried pot. (1997)
From the archives: Drugs, Sex, and Channel One News
“Thanks for watching!” and we REALLY mean it!
Houghton Mifflin’s Channel One asks third graders about “dirty dancing”
“I don’t think we would be gaining very much from this at all.”
The National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy is not happy with Skoollive.
Skoollive readies advertising assault on skoolkids.
Major Jason C. Hall reporting for Skoollive duty.
Too cool for Skool.
How Skoollive plans to get your child’s phone number
Rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic: Skoollive updates website
Evaluating Skoollive’s Twitter account.
Schools continue to say “No!” to Skoollive.
Uh oh. Do other schools considering a contract with Skoollive know about this?
Looking back: Skoollive comes to Marysville Joint Unified School District (CA)
California school district rejects Skoollive kiosks
Gulfport High still shows Channel One News. Sorta.
Oak Ridge thinks twice about Skoollive, parents not in favor
Got something to sell students? During their school time? Skoollive wants to talk to you.
Skoollive is advertising food to students.
Skoollive to advertisers: “Average annual income of a 12-14 year old: $2,167” Don’t you want a piece of that?
More and more “reporters” for less and less audience.
What Skoollive told the Tanque Verde USD.
The letter that ended Chris Whittle’s Channel One News
Thinking about Skoollive? Read their contract with Murrieta Valley USD
Skoollive contract: Revenue from Display of Kiosk System Content
If Skoollive’s electronic billboards can sell students products, then maybe…
No one cares to watch Channel One News at the Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart
Let’s hope this person isn’t too busy.
Channel One News quietly begins season. Student audience kaput.
Deconstructing Skoollive’s sales video
A company that doesn’t know how to spell its own name.
Fauquier Co. Public Schools become a leader in… hallway advertising.
From the archives: 07/5/2003 Keynote Speech To Council Of Urban Boards Of Education
Hold the phone!! Is SkoolLive interested in obtaining student educational records?
What Skoollive doesn’t show school boards: Commercials, “Call to Action” ad campaigns, and “Your brand here”
Cody (Wy) trustees open door to potentially disruptive video commercials playing in school hallways.
From the archives: 01/12/2001 Drinking And Drug Advice Is Outrageous
From the archives: 2/6/01 Channel One News advertises Twinkies in classrooms
Do you have what it takes? Do you have a valid driver’s license?
The embarrassing reality of “Ask An Anchor”
Call to Action: Skoollive starts playing advertising hardball.
From the archives: 11/28/99 Ask Dr. Folkemer
From the archives: 12/5/99 New York Times explores Channel One News controversy
Mustang Express: Kiosks rivet students’ attention — for a day
Skoollive billboard/kiosks “will be outdoors for the most part”
Scott Evans leaves Channel One News.
From the archives: 8/15/1997 Def Jam’s How to be a Player
From the archives: 11/26/98 Channel One’s dangerous “Fresh Faces”
“11 people like this”
From the archives: 2/13/98 Channel One’s Infamous How To Cheat On A Book Report
From the archives: 5/1/97 “How To Be Stupid – The Lessons of Channel One” Mark Crispin Miller
From the archives: 3/20/97 Channel One promotes most violent network show to students
From the archives: 2/7/1997 Our first web article about Channel One.
Maricopa Unified School District considers Skoollive
“Revenue sharing”? or “Profit sharing”? SkoolLive misleads school boards.
Coachella Valley’s school board will sell their students to just about anybody.
Schools that want digital billboards in hallways: Coachella Valley Unified (CA)
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