Posts Tagged ‘ gurl.com ’

Channel One sets new course.

July 2, 2013
Channel One sets new course.

  From Jim Metrock: This is one of my favorite articles. I clipped it out of Advertising Age magazine way back in 1996. Heidi Diamond was just hired by Channel One News to help take the kiddie marketing company to new heights. In 1996, Channel One was making so much money it was obscene....
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gURL.com STILL being heavily promoted by Channel One News

August 4, 2012
gURL.com STILL being heavily promoted by Channel One News

The official Channel One News website greets elementary school and high school students with a big homepage banner ad for the sexually-charged gURL.com site. Screen shot from July 27, 2012.   Children clicking on “Need advice” go to gURL.com where every page has a link to their “Love & Sex” page for girls. Here...
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Jessica Kumari, of all people, reports on why American education faces problems.

April 24, 2012
Jessica Kumari, of all people, reports on why American education faces problems.

For the past five years Jessica Kumari has made her living usurping precious school time from middle school and high school students. She is an employee at the youth marketing firm called Channel One, LLC. She is an on-air personality for a TV show that brings commercials into American classrooms. Ms. Kumari makes money...
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Explicit “teen” website still being promoted on Channel One News

April 23, 2012
Explicit “teen” website still being promoted on Channel One News

  January 31, 2012 - Channel One News wants your daughter to visit gURL.com March 6, 2012 - Channel One News continues to send kids to highly charged sexual website. March 9, 2012 - Warning: Explicit content Channel One’s idea of good advice for girls. March 20, 2012 - Dr. Paul Folkemer and Kent Haehl of Channel One...
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Warning: More filthy content from Channel One News-advertised gURL.com

March 29, 2012
Warning: More filthy content from Channel One News-advertised gURL.com

  From Jim Metrock: Want to see what children will see on Channel One’s sister company’s site?  No, you don’t, but we’ll show you anyhow. This type of content is found all over gURL.com. Obligation has pleaded with Dr. Paul Folkemer (Channel One’s “child advocate” and SVP) and Kent Haehl (Channel One’s CEO) to...
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Dr. Paul Folkemer and Kent Haehl of Channel One continue to ignore our pleas to stop advertising gURL.com to kids.

March 20, 2012
Dr. Paul Folkemer and Kent Haehl of Channel One continue to ignore our pleas to stop advertising gURL.com to kids.

What advice does gURL.com give to children? Click here but be warned. This is explicit material created by Alloy Media and Marketing. Alloy owns gURL.com and Channel One News. Both controversial companies cross promote each other. Parents and teachers should be outraged. Another reason why schools continue dropping Channel One from their school day....
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Our email to CEO Kent Haehl and Channel One’s “child advocate” Dr. Paul Folkemer

March 12, 2012
Our email to CEO Kent Haehl and Channel One’s “child advocate” Dr. Paul Folkemer

                                        Jim Metrock jimmetrock@obligation.org via gmail.com  Mar 9 to pfolkemer, khaehl   Both of you well know the content of gurl.com. It makes no sense for two men who have children and grandchildren to be exposing...
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Warning: Explicit content Channel One’s idea of good advice for girls.

March 9, 2012
Warning: Explicit content  Channel One’s idea of good advice for girls.

From Jim Metrock: gURL.com is an extremely controversial website that contains explicit sexual content aimed at girls. This site’s target audience is not young women, but, as it’s name implies, girls – teen girls, tween girls, and preteen girls. gURL is owned by Alloy Media and Marketing as is Channel One News. Channel One...
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Channel One News continues to send kids to highly charged sexual website.

March 6, 2012
Channel One News continues to send kids to highly charged sexual website.

     
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The Teen.com/Channel One News Connection

January 19, 2010
The Teen.com/Channel One News Connection

Teen.com is a rough place for teens and preteens.  The often age-inappropriate content on the site and its related sites, like Gurl.com, and the promotion of shows and books like Gossip Girl should be disturbing to most parents.  The plain truth is if your child is being forced to watch Channel One News (their...
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