Saturday, August 25, 2007

TLC - The Learning Channel - Appreciates, Ignores Helpful Viewer Suggestions About Their Glaring Typos


Struck by the apparent irony of a network that calls itself The Learning Channel deploying grammatically incorrect pop-up graphics (above) during new series LA Ink, the proprietor of social networking site last week e-mailed TLC to make them aware of their egregious your/you're error, receiving this response:

"Thank you for contacting TLC. We value your comments about our network and your desire to assist us in providing quality programming.

We received your comments about the LA Ink popup and have forwarded them to our programming department for their review. We always appreciate when viewers like you, take time to share information with us, and your suggestions will be given full consideration."