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The TV Content Ratings System is failing America’s children. The TV ratings were designed to help parents decide what is appropriate for their children. But this system clearly does not work, and the PTC is leading the way to fix it!
Written by Melissa Henson | Published May 13, 2020
At the end of March, only two weeks into the Coronavirus Shutdown, the New York Times declared, “Coronavirus Ended the Screen-Time Debate. Screens Won.” But even if screens did win the screen-time debate, that doesn’t mean that parents have to compromise on keeping their children safe while they are using them.
Written by PTC | Published May 8, 2020
I had the pleasure recently to speak via phone with Michael Dunn, the Managing Director of BYUtv. When it comes to producing and distributing family-friendly content, BYUtv has become a gold standard for delivering on its promise. This is especially true for families with children in the age-range of 8-15 years old – what Michael described to me as an “abandoned hilltop” of entertainment. I hope you enjoy our conversation.
This is the major finding in the Parents Television Council’s third analysis of emerging technologies, and the PTC’s first examination of the top streaming video platforms and content providers.Download Guide