January 07, 2007

The Disney Boycott Continues

Back on September 10th, I posted that I was boycotting all Disney products, including television, radio, online, and print outlets, due to their airing the deliberately misleading "Path to 9/11" propoganda film.

Mainly, the target was Disney television. All I did was program my set-top box to remove ABC (including the local ABC affiliate, KGTV Channel 10), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Classic, ESPNEWS, ESPN PPV, ESPN Deportes, ESPN International, ESPN Classic Sport Europe, ESPN Latin America, ESPN Asia, ESPNU, ESPN2 HD, Disney Channel, International Disney Channels, Toon Disney, SOAPnet, ABC Family Channel, JETIX Europe, JETIX Latin America, A&E Television Networks (The History Channel, The Biography Channel, History International, A&E International), Lifetime Entertainment Services (Lifetime Television, Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime Real Women, Lifetime Radio for Women, Lifetime Home Entertainment), E! Networks (E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network). And finally, the Ebert & Ropert show (yes, it's owned by Buena Vista Television, part of the Disney empire).

And then the strangest thing happened, almost immediately.

I completely forgot.

Days, weeks, months have now gone by.

I've not missed any of these channels whatsoever.

No plans to bring 'em back.

Posted by brian at January 7, 2007 08:42 AM


Isn't E! owned by Comcast?

Posted by: Pete at January 8, 2007 10:59 AM

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