The Annenberg Public Policy Center’s evaluation of the past three years’ implementation of the FCC processing guideline known as the Three-Hour Rule indicates that broadcasters have been fairly consistent in their response to the regulations.
Despite Significant Changes to Media Home Environment, Parents Still Most Concerned about Kids’ TV Watching, V-Chip Ratings and Three-Hour Rule Not Doing Job In Helping Parents Guide Children’s Viewing Habits Study examines how families use media and explore the implications of two major public policy initiatives established to help parents better supervise their children’s television
The fifth annual conference on children and the media was held on June 26, 2000. Conference participants included members of the television industry, advertisers, producers of children’s programming, advocates, researchers, and policy makers of children’s media.
Media in the Home 2000 provides a profile of media ownership, use, and attitudes for parents and children in America. In addition, it tracks parental awareness, knowledge, and use of various public policies designed to regulate those media.