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- `V-chip' impact on industry weighed. Cohen, Sarah // Electronic News;3/25/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2109, p1
Reports on the debate in the electronics industry over the mandated `V-chip' technology which aim to censor too much sex and violence on American television. Component suppliers' assessment of the V-chip; Efforts of the makers of circuitry to meet the V-chip challenge; Various ways tried out by...
- Mother knows best. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;10/23/95, Vol. 22 Issue 45, p36
Comments on the V-chip, an electronic device that allows parents to screen out television programs unsuitable for children, and offers a recollection by Suzanne Fields in the October 9-15, 1995 `Washington Times Weekly Edition.' How Fields' mother censored a scene in the movie `Snow White'; The...
- New Watchdog Group for Child-Friendly TV. Kerschbaumer, Ken // Broadcasting & Cable;5/26/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 21, p6
Common Sense Media, a non-partisan media-watchdog group designed to keep parents informed about appropriateness of media of all types took to the Web on second week of May 2003 with the launch of its Web site www.commonsensemedia.org. Its board of directors reads like a â€œwho's whoâ€...
- tube talk. Skripitsky, Lara // Kids Tribute;Spring2003, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p22
Features several television programs for children.
- Lesson Plan 4. // Chez Nous;mai/jui2014, Vol. 57, Special section p4
The article describes an activity program which asks students to write or express their opinions the dangers of television.
- Kids Remain Glued to Tube. Vanderkam, Laura R. // Insight on the News;08/02/99, Vol. 15 Issue 28, p41
Reports on the number of children in the United States who have television sets in their bedrooms and the amount of time they spend watching each day. Results of the study done by the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania; Amount of violence in children's shows;...
- FCC says nets do OK job of kids TV. McConnell, Bill // Broadcasting & Cable;11/30/98, Vol. 128 Issue 49, p18
Reports on how television networks in the United States stuck to their children's programming schedules. Details on children's show; Concern raised by the Center for Media Education (CME) regarding the United States Federal Communication Commission's enforcement of the 1996 rule requiring...
- STICKY SITUATION. // Scholastic News -- Edition 4;4/16/2012, Vol. 74 Issue 21, p7
This article presents a question about dealing with a brother who disobeys their parents regarding certain television programs that are not recommended for children.
- Children watched less TV. Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia;Summer1993, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p12
Reports on the decrease in television viewing of Australian children. Largest drop in children's average viewing time in Adelaide, South Australia; Preferences of programs watched by children aged 5-12; Adult viewing preferences.