TV channel blocker

October 2004
CED;Oct2004, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p62
Trade Publication
The article says that New Jersey-based Blonder Tongue Laboratories Inc. has added the new option "Parental Controlled TV Channel Blocker." This enables parents to control what channels are being viewed in their household, even when there is not a set-top or there is older TV that do nor have V-chips.


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