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Great resource for schools considering removing Channel One

November 1, 2017
Great resource for schools considering removing Channel One

From Jim Metrock:  Our good friend at the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC) have been a great ally in the very successful battle to end Channel One’s commercial exploitation of public school children. Although this CCFC letter was directed to a school district in Ohio, it can be of help to any school...
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Fox News: States urged to review use of Channel One

August 12, 2012

Nonprofit urges schools to ban Channel One newscast over onslaught of commercials Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/08/11/nonprofit-group-calls-for-schools-across-country-to-ban-channel-one-newscast/?test=latestnews#ixzz23J2huMLC
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Birmingham News: Alabama schools chief Tommy Bice urged to pull plug on Channel One

August 6, 2012
Birmingham News: Alabama schools chief Tommy Bice urged to pull plug on Channel One

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — A Boston-based nonprofit group is asking Alabama school Superintendent Tommy Bice to suspend the use of Channel One programming in Alabama schools, reopening a debate over whether the 12-minute broadcast aimed at teens is appropriate. The group, Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, asserts that the Channel One television news program —...
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Parents have a big and important friend in the CCFC.

November 18, 2011
Parents have a big and important friend in the CCFC.

Click to visit the CCFC   There’s no better advocate for children than the CCFC, the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood.           They really detest Channel One’s presence in schools. Here are a few of their articles about these commercial exploiters. The CCFC does so much more to benefit the lives...
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CCFC: School’s out for Channel One

August 30, 2011
CCFC: School’s out for Channel One

  Tell Kmart: Stop stealing taxpayer-funded class time.           The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood
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