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Click here to get our favorite TV programs back in Alaska!

Great Links!

Buffy Page

Official Buffy Website

WarnerBros.com

GCI Website

A trivia note:

"Bosco" was Warner Bros.' first "toon" star. Produced from 1930-1934 the stories are full of laughs, songs and fun!
Oh yeah! Sounds like BOSCO'S!

Saturday, June 24th, 2000

BOSCO'S "Million Fan" March!
Marching for sensible entertainment choices!

We had a great crowd of marchers and supporters helping push the cause! We did not draw quite a million marchers but there was far more than none and the noise was audible! We made our point as only peaceful protest can!

Here are some pictures from our march through Spenard on June 24, 2000.


 

The excitement was high at the reviewing stand as John Bosco greeted the marchers. After a rousing speech (some say they were reminded of the passion of Che Guevara), names were drawn for the winners of the Rogers Cable promotion!

The moment was a triumph for all!

 


Big Winners in the Valley!

Rogers Cable in the Mat-Su Valley picked up the Warner Brothers Network in June! In suppport, BOSCO'S organized a "Welcome WB" promotion for all subscribers. Prizes of Pokemon cards, Buffy cards, Superman cards and comics were given away.

If Rogers Cable with only 7,000 subscribers can find the room for WB, we are sure GCI can do it, too!


Monday, June 5th, 2000

Buffy / Pokemon on the agenda?
GCI will be having its annual shareholders meeting on June 8 at 5pm at Josephines at the Anchorage Sheraton Hotel.



Tuesday, April 11th, 2000

Progress!
We're wearing them down we just have to keep at it.



Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Fans Cry Censorship!
What do you think? Let GCI know (click here to email them).




Sunday, December 12, 1999

The press steps in to help the cause!
Click the article for a text link.

 

 

 

 


 

 




















 



Friday, December 10, 1999

Great Reaction!

Ron Duncan responds to our campaign. "Since the issue is likely to generate a conversation or two while you're at holiday parties, below is an overview of the subject provided by Holly Henningsen in CATV marketing.
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Click here for a complete copy of an email sent to GCI Cable company staff regarding the Campaign for Buffy and Pokemon!

We've got their attention! Now let's keep up the push! Send your emails to Ron Duncan today!


Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Our Campaign Begins!
Join us in our quest to get two of the hottest television programs back on the air! We are asking everyone to help us in our letter writing campaign to get Pokemon and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer back on the air in Alaska.

Take a minute or two to send a message to Mr. Ron Duncan of GCI.


In days of yore, TV Stations could pick and choose programs produced by the Warner Brothers Network. Anchorage's Channel 5 chose some of the top programs in the country including Pokemon and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer . Life was good!

In August, Warner Brothers decided that they had enough good programs to fill an entire channel. So the WB Network put the squeeze on local stations and told them it was all or nothing! Anchorage's Channel 5 was unable to dump all of their other programs (i.e. Star Trek Voyager). That left Alaska without any of the WB Network shows!!

It is possible for Alaska's GCI Cable to carry the WB Network if they bump another channel. They carry lots of lame channels that no one watches. (i.e. coverage of state and national government. Yech!) So far, they have refused to make room for shows people like!

You can see that Big Corporate Shenanigans have left Anchorage without these important shows!

BOSCO'S wants to right that wrong! In December we are conducting a write in campaign to Ron Duncan, President and founder of GCI. We'll use our website, calendar of events, ads in the paper and postcards we'll hand out at the stores and lots of other locations around town.

Send to Ron Duncan and GCI the message loud and clear: "We want Buffy! We want Pokemon!"

For more info, go to our campaign headquarters or contact BOSCO'S Committee for Popular Culture, Bret Clark chairman, at 907-274-4112 or via info@boscos.com.


 
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