Friday, September 05, 2003

Hey Rocky! Watch Me Pull a Cucumber From a Hat!-Not again! Not another Christian company selling out to a secular media outfit. The VeggieTales people, Big Idea, wrote a new chapter in the company history, Chapter 11; self-financing the Jonah movie and a big lawsuit over changing video marketers forced the issue
Big Idea has agreed to sell its assets—including copyrights to Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber and other VeggieTales characters—to Classic Media LLC, which owns or manages media properties such as "Rocky and Bullwinkle," "Lassie," "The Lone Ranger" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."
Classic Media might treat Bob and Larry with respect, but after what I've seen with other secular media sorts taking over Christian organizations, I'm a bit skeptical. While reading that CT article, I saw a reader poll on the Family Christian Sunday thing. 65% said that "No. Christian businesses should be different." One thing that I was thinking about this afternoon was that the five proposed hours on Sunday might only increase sales by 7-10%. If they lose 15% of their business from folks like me who want them to be different, they've just lost money in the process. Thanks to Amy Welborn for the link.

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