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From the archives: Drugs, Sex, and Channel One News

March 10, 2016
From the archives: Drugs, Sex, and Channel One News

March 10, 2016 Note:  Channel One News has a long history of advertising movies and TV shows that normalize and even glamorize teen drinking and teen drug use.  Search for  “drugs” and “teen drinking” on this site and you will be nauseated by what Channel One and its advertisers put in front of American teens...
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As advertised on Channel One News: Stoner movie Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000)

June 28, 2012
As advertised on Channel One News: Stoner movie Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000)

Channel One News has advertised numerous movies that were age-inappropriate due to drug and alcohol content and sexual content. One of the worst was the “stoner comedy” Dude, Where’s My Car? in December, 2000 and January 2001. The entire movie was one big drug joke which normalized the use of marijuana among young people....
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Complete, unedited Channel One News for December 15, 2000

June 27, 2012
Complete, unedited Channel One News for December 15, 2000

Channel One News has advertised numerous movies that were age-inappropriate due to drug and alcohol content and sexual content. One of the worst was the “stoner comedy” Dude, Where’s My Car? in December, 2000 and January 2001. The entire movie was one big drug joke which normalized the use of marijuana among young people....
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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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Why Are These Men Smiling?

May 2, 2002
Why Are These Men Smiling?

You would too if you received the money they do from Channel One. There is an obesity crisis among our children yet these three are happy to do whatever they can to keep Pepsi and Twinkie commercials in classrooms. “Deal with it, kid,” they might tell an unfortunate student in a school with Channel One. Violence a...
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Drugs, Sex, and Channel One News

January 14, 2001
Drugs, Sex, and Channel One News

January 14, 2001 – Drugs, Sex, and Channel One News   Drugs, Sex and Channel One News Check out the latest outrage from Channel One. A “funny” movie about two “pot-heads” who get so “stoned” that they don’t know what girl they had sex with, what strip bar they went to, what they did with a transvestite the...
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Channel One Pushes Drug Movie On Children

December 23, 2000
Channel One Pushes Drug Movie On Children

                Dude, Where’s My Car? (PG13 Drug content, profanity, sexual content)   20th Century Fox recently made the decision to move up their distribution of their “pothead” movie “Dude, Where’s My Car?” from spring 2001 to December 15. They had to act quickly to market this drug movie to teens and...
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