Channel One

Friday, December 20, 2002

On a given morning, 40 percent of secondary schools in the U.S. are watching Channel One, a daily TV news program targeted at a student audience. In return for piping Channel One into their classrooms, schools receive free video equipment. But opponents say that the schools are not appropriate venues for the network's commercials, which account for two out of twelve minutes on Channel One's broadcast. OTM's Paul Ingles reports.

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