Family First Channel

Background: Family First Channel was a television network dedicated to religious and family-oriented programing. They began airing on December 29th of 2004 after Range TV folded that year and became infamous for a number of reasons. The entirety of the network's line-up consisted of low-budget shows, plus the hosts were accused of sexual misconduct and had faced further friction after it came to light that a quarter of their funding came from ********** advocacy group ******. During the advent of YouTube, the network would often flag videos mocking their channel while leaving up content with more positive opinions. Due to financial issues, the network shut down by New Years Eve of 2008, with their spot getting acquired by FamilyNet when they launched the next year.
1st Logo
(2004)

Logo: On a white background, we see a picture of a family sitting on a couch, with "FAMILY FIRST CHANNEL" above them. Copyright information is below.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the program.

Availability: Extinct. It was only seen on the very first episode of In God's Hands, which was the first show to air on the network.
2nd Logo
(2005-2008)

Logo: On a white background, we see various square outlines zoom back as the picture from the previous logo forms. The entire logo is set at a 45 degree angle. "A FAMILY FIRST CHANNEL ORIGINAL" appears below in various colors. Copyright information then appears below.

FX/SFX: The outlines.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the program.

Availability: Extinct. Appeared at the end of every show aired on the network. The more notable ones beingSchool Days, Mitzi and Me, Healing Hand, In God's Hands and Friends For All. It also appeared on reruns of The Halloween Gang, which were edited to include more non-secular messages at the end of every episode.

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