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Disney Channel Scheduling

For years, KP has suffered at the hands of DC's programing department.

Durring the '07 summer's hour long blocks, KP only got one out of the nearly 20 blocks, where as other shows got as many as four!

Early season four episodes first aired late on Sunday evenings.

Not to mention the fact that KP has been yet again pulled from the ABC Kids morning lineup.

As long as they aren't giving us KP Boxsets, they should show the episodes on Disney Channel in a consistant way so most fans can enjoy the show.

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Recommended Contacts Include:

Disney Channel, Attn: Viewer Requests/Programming
3800 W. Alameda Ave 21st Floor
Burbank, CA 91505
Phone: (818) 569-7711

Sean Cocchia
Vice President of the Disney Channel
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521

Scott Garner
VP of Programming, Disney Channel
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521

(The assistant to Scott Garner)
Gail Ryan
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
Phone: (818) 569-7562

ABC Cable Networks Group
3800 W. Alameda Ave, Ste B
Burbank, CA 91505-4398
(818) 569-7500

(ABC Audience Relations)
Vonda Binko
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521

David Levine, DC Programming - (818) 569-5958

Robin Agranoff, DC Programming - (818) 569-4811

Tracia Ord, DC Programming - (818) 955-6795

A Sample Letter

Dear Mr. Staggs:

It has recently come to my attention, as a member of an organization trying to return Disney to the original "magic" of the days of the great Roy Disney, that in the most recent Q1 report that you stated: "With hits like National Treasure and The Incredibles leading the way at the box office, and Kim Possible, Power Rangers, Raven, and W.i.t.c.h. exciting young TV viewers everywhere, we have great new franchise opporitunities that can be leveraged across our programming , parks and Consumer products businesses."

I applaud your statement, especially counting Kim Possible amongst those you consider to be a success for Disney. But I must ask you this. If you as Senior VP and CFO make such a grand statement about the success of Kim Possible ... then WHY has it been cancelled on ABC Kids and why are you still allowing the 65-episode rule to be in effect where this obviously money-making show is concerned?

The logic behind this just totally escapes me! How can you not put up an arguement to this when you obviously consider it to be a huge success, both in mercahndise as well as on the air? Time and again it's shown that Kim Possible has very wonderful ratings when shown at times that are easily accessible by her younger fans as well as those, like me, who are not in the "tween" or "teen" years. Yes, I am an adult of 39 years old and LOVE Kim Possible and think it is a GREAT influence on children of all ages as well as adults!

So why? Why remove such a great show? Why make such a statement only to, by the actions of Michael Eisner and other top executives at Disney as well as ABC, cancel and remove this show?

I invite you to check out our group ... ... as well as our group that is trying to return tha "magic" back to Disney as a whole ... ... and read what we are all about and what we are trying to accomplish. We are a small but determined group that wants to see Disney grow, thrive and prosper ... but not the way it is doing now under the Eisner regime.

Quality needs to be restored and Kim Possible is just one example of this quality that is lacking. Instead we are bombarded with lame shows such as Jake Long: American Dragon which plays on every pop culture nightmare out there in the world currently in a feeble attempt to win viewers while spewing forth "toilet humour" at every turn.

Or we are literally gagged with shows such as That's So Raven in an even more feeble attempt to turn a young actress into a commercial success along the lines of Lindsay Lohan or Hilary Duff. Talent is not created by constant exposure ... talent is a gift from God and Ms. Symone is just not in the same class as a Ms. Lohan or Ms. Duff, who are true success stories on their own talent with a gentle "nudge" from their corporate sponsor(s).

So please ... now that you have said Kim Possible is a success ... show it by fighting along side us to bring her show back from the dismal 65-episode rule cancellation and give new life to Kim, Ron, Rufus and the entire KP gang.

And just remember ... we may be small ... but our voices are united and we ahve one other thing behind us besides determination. We care! We are out here ... and we are watching! Stand behind your words and make a statement Mr. Staggs. If Kim Possible is so successful ... then bring her back!

Thank you for your time and I hope you will take this letter to heart.



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