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Channel One News Hall of Shame: Ten Reasons (2008 PDF)

May 28, 2011
Channel One News Hall of Shame: Ten Reasons (2008 PDF)

http://www.obligation.org/pdf/c1brochurefinal032808.pdf
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From the archives: We bought their undivided attention (1999)

May 18, 2011
From the archives: We bought their undivided attention (1999)

This ad appeared several times in Advertising Age. This is how Channel One News thinks about students. They are just a set of eyeballs that are to be sold to the highest bidders. Click on picture for full ad.   http://www.obligation.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/c1undividedattention.pdf
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Disney keeps talking in class.

April 22, 2011
Disney keeps talking in class.

    April 22, 2011 – Ms. Teegarden is wrong. Channel One News doesn’t start after her movie plug, it started when the students saw the number TEN appear on screen. That’s when Channel One automatically appeared on classroom TV screens. You see, Channel One News never trusted classroom teachers to actually turn on their...
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Tee shirt time!

March 31, 2011

From the Feb. 28, 2011 program – This has now become a routine way that Channel One News fills time between commercials.    
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Whatever.

March 30, 2011


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Buying Channel One Comes Back To Haunt Alloy

October 31, 2008
Buying Channel One Comes Back To Haunt Alloy

  From Jim Metrock: I am pretty awful at picking stocks. If you think you are in bad shape with your investments, you should see my brokerage statements. Actually, even I am not looking at my own brokerage (now I know why “broke” is in the word) statements because I don’t have the nerve....
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“Casino Jack” Abramoff

January 3, 2006
“Casino Jack” Abramoff

Channel One’s disgraced lobbyist pleads guilty in D. C. today.  Does Channel One have anything to worry about? Or will Channel One claim Casino Jack overcharged them like the Indian tribes? We will wait and see. One thing for sure – Channel One and Primedia wish they had never heard of Mr. Abramoff.  
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