Posts Tagged ‘ Shelby Holliday ’

Kocinski, Hanson, Evans, and Rulli

August 17, 2014
Kocinski, Hanson, Evans, and Rulli

From Jim Metrock: Kocinski, Hanson, Evans, and Rulli Sounds like a law firm.  Unfortunately, these young people didn’t choose the law for a career.  They chose instead to earn a paycheck by commercially exploiting schoolchildren. These are the remaining reporters for Houghton Mifflin’s  Channel One News.  Shelby Holliday as I reported before left Channel...
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Shelby Holliday leaves Channel One News.

August 5, 2014
Shelby Holliday leaves Channel One News.

  From Jim Metrock: Shelby Holliday wised up and left Channel One News for a job at Bloomberg TV.  Former Channel One executive producer Jim Morris works at Bloomberg and probably had a hand in connecting with Ms. Holliday. Although Ms. Holliday helped commercially exploit millions of schoolchildren since 2010, and she should rightfully feel...
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What’s missing in this “Ads in Schools” story by Channel One News.

May 25, 2014
What’s missing in this “Ads in Schools” story by Channel One News.

Sloppy, unprofessional storytelling is now part of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.   Share this video: http://youtu.be/G-ptO6vFAaY 
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Channel One News now exploits elementary school students in Kansas.

May 2, 2014
Channel One News now exploits elementary school students in Kansas.

    From Jim Metrock:  This is an email I wrote to Ms. Sadie Camac, a fifth grade teacher at Lincoln Elementary School in August, KS. Ms. Camac, As an elementary school teacher you probably are not too familiar with the controversial nature of Channel One News.  Historically the firm has aimed their program...
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Turning ads into news: US Army pays Channel One News for positive story

April 24, 2014
Turning ads into news: US Army pays Channel One News for positive story

Reporter Shelby Holliday shills for military.   From Jim Metrock: On April 17, Channel One News devoted nearly one third of its program (30%) to a “news story” about the U.S. Army.   Students may have watched this news story or they may have ignored it.  One thing I am fairly certain of is that few...
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Channel One News makes correction.

March 31, 2014
Channel One News makes correction.

    From Jim Metrock: 1.  On March 18, Channel One News told schoolchildren: Next up, a new study by NASA finds that civilization could be headed for a collapse in our lifetime. The study by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center looked at other empires and civilizations in history and found a pattern to...
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Bless their hearts.

February 17, 2014
Bless their hearts.

    From Jim Metrock: I have written before about the laziness of Channel One reporters:  Dec. 18, 2003 – The Lazy News Network,  Apr. 8, 2007 – Laziest Journalist in America?,  May 5, 2008 – The Lazy News Channel . How lazy are the reporters at Channel One News? This company brags about being young...
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What Franklin, Ohio thinks about Channel One News.

January 26, 2014
What Franklin, Ohio thinks about Channel One News.

  From Jim Metrock: Bishop Fenwick High School in Franklin, Ohio shows Channel One News on its classroom TV sets. (I can hear Channel One’s advertisers and CEO C.J. Kettler shouting with joy, “There IS a school that actually watches Channel One News!”)  Every day right before school ends, students are read announcements, bow their...
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C. J. Kettler’s bold new idea in advertising to kids. Starring Jessica Kumari

September 24, 2013
C. J. Kettler’s bold new idea in advertising to kids. Starring Jessica Kumari

From Jim Metrock:  Well she showed up. I was wondering what happened to Jessica Kumari after she left Channel One News this past May, After working at Channel One for an unbelievable stretch of six years! I was interested to see at what her next job would be. On September 18 I found out...
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Down to three “reporters”

August 11, 2013
Down to three “reporters”

  From Jim Metrock: In the late 90’s, Channel One News had eight reporters on their staff. This school year the controversial youth marketing company has only three reporters.  As American schools continue to remove Channel One News from their daily schedules, and their student audience continues to shrink, there simply isn’t enough money...
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