State of Decency in DC

Stevens, Ted
April 2006
CableFAX Daily;4/10/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 69, p9
Market Research Report
Focuses on the decency rules of the U.S. government for media contents. Hearings conducted by the Senate Commerce Committee to discuss concerns and insights on decency; Actions taken by cable television networks and broadcasters to address decency; Coalition formed by media companies to assist parents on monitoring the television programs being watched by their children.


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