Still Putting Kids First

Schoenbaum, Meryl
August 2005
Home Media Retailing;8/21/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 34, p20
Trade Publication
Interviews Ranny Levy, president and founder of the Coalition for Quality Children's Media, regarding the state of children's video programming and the goals of the coalition. Trends on the video genre for children as of August 21, 2005; Aim of the coalition to expand their partners for their Kids First! Film and Video Festival; Plan of the coalition to launch DVD of the Month Club.


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