Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence in Radio and Television was an anti-Communist document published in the United States at the start of the 1950s. Issued by the right-wing journal Counterattack on June 22, 1950, the pamphlet-style book names 151 actors, writers, musicians, broadcast journalists, and others in the context of purported Communist manipulation of the entertainment industry. Some of the 151 were already being denied employment because of their political beliefs, history, or association with suspected subversives. Red Channels effectively placed the rest on a blacklist.
Jean Muir was the first performer to lose employment because of a listing in Red Channels. In 1950 Muir was named as a Communist sympathizer in the pamphlet, and was immediately removed from the cast of the television sitcom The Aldrich Family, in which she had been cast as Mrs. Aldrich. NBC had received between 20 and 30 phone calls protesting her being in the show. General Foods, the sponsor, said that it would not sponsor programs in which \"controversial persons\" were featured. Though the company later received thousands of calls protesting the decision, it was not reversed.
Every set of color controls has a disclosure triangle, which, when clicked, reveals sliders for the Red, Green, and Blue color channels. You can choose or fine-tune a color by adjusting these sliders. Among other uses, these controls are handy when you need to keyframe each color channel differently.
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Youcan use the Channels panel to view any combination of channels inthe document window. For example, you can view an alpha channeland the composite channel together to see how changes made in thealpha channel relate to the entire image.
Individualchannels are displayed in grayscale. In RGB, CMYK, or Lab images,you can view the individual channels in color. (In Lab images, onlythe a and b channels appear in color.)If more than one channel is active, the channels always appear incolor.
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