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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Critics Slam Channel One’s Commercials

January 23, 2012
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Critics Slam Channel One’s Commercials

By Abby Graham-Pardus TRIBUNE-REVIEW Sunday, August 10, 2003 Susan Linn knows children’s television. She began her career in children’s entertainment, where her work included several appearances with her puppets working on “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” with the late Fred Rogers. ” I’ve always had a really strong interest to use media to promote the health and well-being of children,”...
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Channel One News Hall of Shame: Stealth TV (2001)

January 14, 2012

“Channel One’s then-president bragged to a youth marketing conference in 1994, ‘The biggest selling point to advertisers … we are forcing kids to watch two minutes of commercials… . The advertiser gets a group of kids who cannot go to the bathroom, who cannot change the station, who cannot listen to their mother yell in the background,...
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Channel One Rains Down More Violent Entertainment On Children

February 10, 2002

This is from an article Obligation wrote for a Midwest newspaper. “A movie of such rank stupidity and appalling taste that it would seem impermeable to analysis, much less critique.” OREGONIAN “Loud, violent, mindless” DALLAS MORNING NEWS These are a few of the more charitable reviews for “Rollerball” an ultra-violent and profanity-filled movie that premiered on...
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