Study of Children’s Educational TV

In Culture, Family, Science on November 14, 2008 at 10:33 pm

photo courtesy of the Library of Congress

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Since the 1930’s, government regulations require that broadcasters offer certain types of programming that meets the public’s interest or need (aka PICON).  A recent study has looked at the educational offerings of broadcast television for children.  This feature reports on what they found.  Christy Glabke is todays guest and also the Director of Children and Media for Children Now, the organization that conducted the research.


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