Thursday, September 29, 2011

NBC's Playboy "Bunnies" Stumble Toward Extinction

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NBC's Playboy Club is all but extinct. While some in the industry are trying to resuscitate it with their published words, America has said "No".

I think it will be gone in a couple of weeks.

The ratings are continuing to fall and now 7 advertisers have pulled out.

You should know which advertisers have pulled out and who has committed to stay the course, and why.

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Faith and Freedom has commissioned a statewide survey asking if Washingtonians support legalizing homosexual "marriage". We will be releasing the results next week. Watch for them.

Many of our readers signed our petition, joining millions of others across the country, asking NBC to pull its program, "The Playboy Club." NBC refused to listen to the people. Now they are paying the price.

Ratings dropped another 19% this week and now advertisers are pulling out.

These companies have pulled out: Kraft, Sprint, Lenovo, UPS Store, Subway, P.F. Chang and Campbell's Soup.

Chrysler is staying in, explaining they want to share their product with the most diverse audience possible.

Memo to Chrysler: There is no audience.

ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" had 16 million viewers with a 3.3 ranking which is its lowest rated performance show to date.

The entertainment industry continues to prop them up reporting they beat other network shows, but most often have failed to mention that many of the other shows they beat were re-runs. Their ratings are considerably below previous years.

The media's commitment to the homosexual agenda runs deep, but it seems sad to me that the media seeks only to exploit Chaz Bono and his gender confusion, when perhaps they could be of some help.

Attempting to normalize gender confusion is costing the network both viewers and money.

Gender dysphoria is a serious issue for individuals. Rather than trying to cram a message down the throats of Americans and lose millions of advertising dollars in the process, perhaps ABC and Chaz would be better served if the network reached out to help Chaz and others who suffer from gender confusion.

Just a thought.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Informed. Be Blessed.

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